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Unique Logophilos website reviews
This is a story about love in its purest form ...
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Livejournal book reviews reviews
Painting from Life is a story of obsession, like it should be when you are talking of art, since only a work born from an artist who suffered to create it is...
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Recycle Suburbia
Poemeleon reviews
The bar is called Poemeleon. You can be anyone you want here, but management is trying to add some humor to the place’s ambience just now. The first poet to walk...
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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Lisabet's Reviews reviews
Lisabet says "Night's Kiss is a rewarding read on many levels. Thrilling, thought-provoking, arousing and entertaining, Ms. Lundoff's stories exemplify the depth...
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http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6651687.html reviews
Indie culture exists outside of and often rails against mainstream culture—independent record stores in Kaya Oakes Slanted and Enchantedopposition to Best Buy,...
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http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6653755.html reviews
In this lively and highly literate explication of various American indie scenes and art forms, Oakes argues for the value and importance of a lively, community-...
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Deniability
American Book Review reviews
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mySanAntionio.com reviews
As in her previous three novels, Brenda Webster brings to the fore the complicated and compelling entanglements of the study of Freudian psychology in "Vienna...
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The Dallas Morning News reviews
In September 2003, Harper's magazine ran a "Harper's Index" item that read: "Estimated acres of forest Henry David Thoreau burned down in 1844 trying to cook fish...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
An inglorious episode in the life of 19th-century author and environmental saint Henry David Thoreau is the subject of Pipkin’s impressive debut novel. In 1844, a...
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LEMUR by Tom Bradley
The Advocate reviews
Lemur by Tom Bradley Publisher: Raw Dog Screaming Press (April 1, 2008) ISBN-10: 1933293543 ISBN-13: 978-1933293547 Tom Bradley's Lemur and the Maturation of...
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Author of The Year of Fog and No One You Know reviews
“A wise and quietly compelling novel, so completely intimate that it feels more like memoir than fiction. It is the story of one summer in the life of a child...
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Rain Taxi/Powell's Books Review a Day reviews
[An] admirable and enjoyable book [that] offers analysis of both the reality and the mythology of Oatman’s life…”
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http://www.internetreviewofbooks.com/aug09/brief_reviews.html reviews
“Eric Barnes colors his characters with nuance and complexity. … [F]ast-paced and exciting, and above all, thought provoking.”
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Publisher’s Weekly reviews
In this smart, urbane debut, characters strive for understanding within a cacophonous modern landscape….Wyss offers nuanced takes on vastly different corners of...
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Midwest Book Review - Small Press Bookwatch reviews
Thermodynamics are nothing; it's that love thing that is so frustratingly hard to figure out. Love at Absolute Zero is a novel following Gunnar Gunderson, a...
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My Life Map
lil' Burghers reviews
If you asked me what I wanted to be when I was 5, I would have said a veterinarian. When I was 18, that changed to a teacher. Now at 29, I am happy in...
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Waiting for Daisy
Seattle Post-Intelligencer reviews
"Inspiration and solace come in copious quantities in Peggy Orenstein's dazzling new memoir, a heart-rending account of her six-year quest to conceive a child...
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Big City, Bad Blood
Chicago Sun-Times reviews
BIG CITY, BAD BLOOD is Sean Chercover's love letter to Chicago, and it is every bit as complex and conflicted as Ray Dudgeon, the private eye who travels its...
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Big City, Bad Blood
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reviews
Authors such as Laura Lippman, Robert Crais, Steve Hamilton and S.J. Rozan continue to refresh this sub-genre. To that list, add Chicago author Sean Chercover,...
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