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Published Reviews

Genesis Machines
The Guardian reviews
"Fascinating... Amos describes such experiments beautifully, combining laboratory drama with technical explanations. His lucid and punchy prose conveys a...
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Fright.com reviews
Rhoads's contributions are, it turns out, the most subtle of the entire book, which only grows steadily more perverse.
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Gilded Lili
Austin Chronicle reviews
DiNardo successfully reintroduces a largely forgotten star, recounting her unbelievable life. For burlesque fans and aficionados of cultural history, Gilded Lili:...
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Gilded Lili
Booklist reviews
Recent women's-studies interest in striptease has resuscitated the stars of the form during its mid-twentieth-century heyday, from Bettie Page to Gypsy Rose Lee....
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Gilded Lili
Library Journal reviews
Freelance journalist DiNardo provides a fun romp through the dancer’s colorful life—the clubs she played, the men she loved, the court cases she faced—yet also...
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Gilded Lili
Publishers Weekly reviews
Contemporary “stripper chic” and the “neo-burlesque movement” have spurred new interest in Lili St. Cyr, one of America's best-known postwar striptease artists,...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
As light and sweet as cotton candy, this saga of a pig in love will win over kids and grownups alike. Van Lieshout’s loosely drawn pen and ink illustrations,...
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Little Night
Kirkus Reviews reviews
"Strong colors in reds, browns and dark blues with a sprinkling of starlight add to the mystical effect. Lovely"
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Little Night
Booklist reviews
"Pura Belpre Award winner Morales has created a sumptuous feast of metaphors in her text: a bathtub filled with falling stars, a dress crocheted from clouds...
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Across Time
http://www.j-kaye-book-blog.blogspot.com/ reviews
ACROSS TIME by Linda Kay Silva is the second book I’ve run across this week where I felt inadequate as a reviewer. What both books had in common were historical...
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The Flag Keeper
The Midwest Book Review reviews
The Flag Keeper is a flat-spined softcover book designed to teach young children about the American flag. Simple color illustrations follow the bear girl Elizabeth...
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Peter and the Whimper-Whineys
Portland Book Reviews and also American Chronicle reviews
Do you have a whiney child? Then they need to meet Peter the whiney rabbit who lives in the forest and whines from morning till night. Peter and the Whimper-...
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Santa's Birthday Gift
Buzz Words Books - Australia reviews
Santa’s Birthday Gift does something I have never seen before. It combines the traditional story of Christmas with Santa. I am sure I am not the only parent to be...
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Death-Defying Acts
New Southerner reviews
Louisville poet and journalist Erin Keane’s haunting new collection of circus-themed poems comes with a price: reading this book forces us to admit our fascination...
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Amazon reviews
Quense also shows his keen interest in matters anthropological and ethnographic in his revealing of the origins of Gunderland in "a godly sneeze," termed the "Big...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
MostlyFiction.com, Amazon reviews
In this artful, cerebral novel spanning four decades and encompassing the tribal conventions and counterculture movements of the 70's and 80's, the reader is...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
The Daily Beast reviews
‘Lola, California’ By Edie Meidav. 448 pages. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $28. Edie Meidav's Lola, California is titled after the name two girls, Lana and Rose,...
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LOLA,CALIFORNIA, the new novel by Edie Meidav (comes out July 5, 2011)
Barnes and Noble reviews
Edie Meidav's poignant novel is rooted in the story of Lana and Rose, whose sibling-like friendship in 1980s Berkeley is sundered by time -- and by a terrible...
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The Guardian (England) reviews
Set in 1940 amid the cramped squalor of Warsaw's Jewish ghetto, American author Zimler's eighth novel is the story of moral breakdown induced by the desperate...
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The Durango Herald reviews
Vail historian Kelly Enright re-introduces the couple that time forgot in her new book, Osa and Martin: For the Love of Adventure. There must be something about...
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