“A Death in Kitchawank” follows the life of a housewife as her family grows up, and she and her husband continue to live in a resort community on a small inland lake. One area that… Read More »A Death in Kitchawank by T. Coraghessan Boyle
I’m not even sure where to begin this book. I thought it was sci-fi when I began, but it rides that line between sci-fi and fantasy. That is to say it doesn’t fit a category… Read More »Review: Perdido Street Station by China Miéville
Dean Young writes with a unique perspective. His poems move with a life of their own and make connections between ideas and images that are vivid and poignant.
I’m giving up. At first, I didn’t care much for the narrator’s voice, but once I hit the sections with Lola and Beli, I really missed it. Those sections just seemed boring and unnecessary though,… Read More »Review: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao