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Published Reviews

Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Radikal reviews
Ce livre est un must pour tout aficionado desireux de savoir comment le sud a gagne sa place face a New York et Los Angeles.
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
The Wire reviews
The book's crisp black and white photography and appropriate design (its pull-quotes rendered in the Gothic typeface Fraktur) recall two other genre primers of...
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Ciphers Of Uncommon Origin: Poems By Ana Elsner, Volume I
Publisher reviews
: "I had a chance to attend one of Ana Elsner's poetry readings recently and was one of the first to buy a copy of CIPHERS. This poet takes a stand on human...
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FIELD reviews
“These poems take bold risks, but the connections almost never feel forced; the sheer extravagance of the language, and the metamorphosing consciousness that...
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Peace reviews
Drawing on playlists, artist bios, collabo info, and interviews with all the major players for her "sampladelic oral history" of the crunk era, former...
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Sister 2 Sister reviews
Music journalist Tamara Palmer left no stone untuned when writing Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop . . . Teemoney's book is 'bout it, fa' sho!
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
iDJ (International DJ) reviews
An insider's guide to Dirty South hip-hop. It's a game of two halves: the "A-Side" features all the artist profiles and background info you could...
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Black Beat reviews
Country Fried Soul digs deep into the history of hip-hop in the South, chronicling the forefathers and inovators of the genre and what the future has in store....
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Country Fried Soul: Adventures in Dirty South Hip-Hop
Flaunt reviews
Palmer is no slouch when it comes to hip-hop knowledge, but this book isn't geared toward the serious underground head. Poignant, funny, and easily digestible,...
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Dragging the Lake
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
“Dragging the Lake” is Thomas’ second volume of poetry, building on the strengths of the first, “Door to Door.” The latter demonstrated his verbal and...
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The Covert Messiah
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/j-r-lankford/the-covert-messiah/ reviews
"extremely well-orchestrated plot...engaging, tense."
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Mary's Cup of Tea reviews
I loved this book! It is such a work in progress, like most people are. Ian starts out being a guy who scares easily, gets excited easily and really has no sense...
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Amazon.com reviews
You are not going to want to put this one down! As descriptive and rich in details as her other books; this mystery draws you in and keeps you guessing. The...
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Amazon.com reviews
I am not an avid reader, but this book got my attention! I love forensics and mysteries so this book was right up my ally. It is a suspenseful, yet twisted story...
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This is How You Die
Beguiling Books and Art reviews
But one of my favourite stories is Ryan North’s “Cancer”, which imagines a way the machine could help treat cancer. But more importantly, it’s a very affecting,...
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The Sense of Touch by Ron Parsons
SOUTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE reviews
The indispensable SOUTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE generously included a very kind review of "The Sense of Touch" in its newest issue: "Ron Parsons' characters, in his debut...
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Amazon reviews
***** Stands alone as well as in the series, September 7, 2013 By LLona Cunningham (Las Vegas, NV United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Bloody...
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Sign of the Throne
The Parsons' Rant reviews
“Portals, parallel worlds, monsters and kidnapped heirs are all part and parcel of Young Adult fantasy stories. It is not so much that a story contains these...
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Amazon reviews
This is a wonderful and enlightening book. Winning the Money Game certainly separates the myths from the truth. This is a must read for everyone including...
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Amazon reviews
After reading Darlene Quinn's last book, Sizzling Cold Case and enjoying it immensely, I was looking forward to her next book. I didn't have long to wait when Webs...
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