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Come, Thief
ORION MAGAZINE reviews
Come, Thief Poems by Jane Hirshfield reviewed by Afaa M. Weaver Alfred A. Knopf, 2011. $25, 108 pages. Review published in the November/December 2011 issue...
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Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine reviews
  "...I realized that it wasn’t really a vampire story — or at least not any sort of a traditional one. In fact, it isn’t so much about...
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Anh's Anger
Reach and Teach reviews
Getting angry is normal. The question is how do you deal with your anger. In this incredibly story, Anh gets really angry and gets sent to his room to "sit with"...
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Anh's Anger
Skipping Stones reviews
Winner of Skipping Stones Honor Award - 2010
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Anh's Anger
The New Yorker reviews
"Promotes deep breathing as the ideal way to regain control during a tantrum."
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Silver and Krömer pair their considerable talents to create a successful second title in the Anh's Anger series (Anh's Anger, 2009). This straightforward,...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
This offbeat story makes the potentially cerebral topic of dealing appropriately with anger simple and delightfully visual. Krömer’s predominantly green palette in...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Goodreads reviews
With some books, you can sense in advance that you are in for a reader's treat, that you will be taken outside your normal reading zone and sent on an involving...
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Billings Gazette reviews
What is the West? Where does it begin and end? How does one even get there? According to the “West of 98” editors and contributors, the answer to all three...
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Night Chant by Andrew Demcak
Reviews by Amos Lassen reviews
Demcak, Andrew. “Night Chant”, Lethe Press, 2011. Dark as Night Amos Lassen “Night Chant” is the perfect title for this collection of short dark poems. There is...
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City Press reviews
It is an antidote to the Wilbur Smith way of doing things. Actually, it is to the historical novel what David Lynch was to the TV drama. Yet Whyle never employs...
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Patagonia Chronicle: On Foot in Torres del Paine
Midwest Book Review reviews
Patagonia Chronicle: On Foot in Torres del Paine is an engaging travelogue about the 2009 adventure that author Susan Alcorn and her husband had following the...
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Santa Fe Reporter reviews
On July 2, the Santa Fe Reporter published the following article about me and my novel. The online version is also available -- there's a picture of me!...
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Too Much Coffee Man #22 reviews
"In Egg Story, by J. Marc Schmidt, eggs break out of the fridge and have to figure out what the hell to do with their lives. Love is pursued, video games are...
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THE SEVENTH GATE, by Richard Zimler
Mysterious Bookshop website reviews
Zimler, Richard, The Seventh Gate. Zimler's latest is set in Germany in the 1930s when Hitler is coming to power. Sophie, a teen living in Berlin, is drawn to...
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School Library Journal reviews
★ "King’s thoughtful, sad, funny, and frank book will appeal to ... anyone who wants to define herself on her own terms." --School Library Journal (starred)
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The Drunken Boat reviews
With an emphasis on form (drama, epic, and lyric), Finch is able to cut across time as she addresses the cycle of birth and death, the journey in search of...
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Waiting for Daisy
Washington Post reviews
"She treats her efforts to become a mother with intelligent skepticism and a brazen sense of humor... One of the best things about this book is that when she...
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Broken Colors
Library Journal reviews
This is a beautiful novel, sometimes comic and always wise.  Visual artist Zackheim imbues the novel with her deep knowledge of the art world.
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