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christopher-meeks's picture
Book of the Year Finalist at ForeWord Reviews, Love at Absolute Zero is a comic romance about Gunnar Gunderson, a 32-year-old star physicist at the University of Wisconsin. The moment he's given tenure at the university, he can think of only one thing: finding a wife. His research falters into...
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"'What do you want?' Janet Holmes asks, and then answers: 'Patterns that make you utter/ surprise.' That's a good description of good poems: patterns of words whose utterance is an utter surprise. That's what we want from poems: surprise, discovery, a sense of irreducible verbal rightness. And...
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Two people, an aging son and his mother, roots forever entangled. . . John, a forty-year-old Professor of Theoretical Physics, finds himself alone and stuck. Unwillingly, he faces a turning point where he must confront his past and accept it. Grace, his mother, sits in her living room telling...
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Elizabeth Rosner, a daughter of Holocaust survivors now living in Berkeley, explores the legacy of survivor guilt in her debut novel. Two adult siblings, Julian and Paula Perel, react to the sadness of their childhood home in seemingly different ways. Julian is a recluse who seldom leaves his...