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Rock & Roll &

Paisley's Progress

A country star finds his voice. Read more...

The Criminalist

Tokyo Vice

An American-born reporter working the police beat in Japan renders a riveting picture of violence beneath a society's orderly surface. Read more...

Reading Romance

In Praise of Decent Men

Forget about that smoldering demon lover for a minute -- take another look at the boy next door.

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Library Without Walls

Ecstasies

The fascinating folklore of the witches' sabbath in medieval Europe. Read more...

The Speculator

The Year of the Flood

In Margaret Atwood's new novel, the nearest of futures continues to breed wild dreams and compelling nightmares. Read more...

Reader's Diary

Ascents, Flights, and Fogs

A new memoir from a daughter of a tragically brilliant union; an elegant critic; and the joys of crime by gaslight. Read more...

The Thinking Read

Ayn Rand and the World She Made

A visionary of human liberty or a self-serving cult mistress? The enigma of the author of The Fountainhead. Read more...

Rock & Roll &

A Classic Illustrated

The creator of Mr. Natural and Fritz the Cat takes on...the Creation.

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Drawn to Read

The Wild Things

Dave Eggers makes a novel out of Maurice Sendak's classic picture story. An illustrated review by Ward Sutton.

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The Criminalist

Falling Angel

William Hjortsberg’s Masterpiece of New York Noir Read more...

Reading Romance

Help, Help, Save Me!

Rescue Me!

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Reader's Diary

Introspections

New maps of the inner landscape from Carol Windley, and classic explorations of the ego revisted. Read more...

The Thinking Read

A Fiery Peace in a Cold War

The counterintuitive history of the arms race, and the men who ran it -- largely in the dark. Read more...

Library Without Walls

Hindoo Holiday

The idiosyncratic memoir of a visit to India, by the celebrated author of My Dog Tulip. Read more...

The Speculator

Fantastical Conceits and Turbulent Souls

Paul Di Filippo on ambitious new project attempts to compile the short pieces that emerged from Roger Zelazny's prolific imagination. Read more...

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