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Sunday, January 1 1995

Lowell Limpett and Two Short Stories by Ward Just

According to Ward Just, one day he sat down a novelist and got up a playwright. It wasn't really that simple. With 'Lowell Limpett', Ward Just makes it seem that way.


Looking For Poetry: Poems by Carlos Drummond de Andrade and Rafael Alberti, with Songs from the Quec

We see a pretty fair representation of the urges and circumstances of our planet in April 2002.


Love Her Madly by Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

Has more twists and turns in it than a Texas sidewinder, and just about as much bite and venom, too.


Looking For Andrew McCarthy by Jenny Colgan

Similarities to 'Bridget Jones' are plentiful.


The Late Great Johnny Ace And The Transition From R&B To Rock ‘n’ Roll by James M. Salem

Johnny Ace's influence on the development of American music was, if not quite as seismic as Elvis Presley's, an essential element in the creation of the musical revolution of the mid-Fifties.


Liberty’s Excess by Lidia Yuknavitch

The body is Yuknavitch's medium, and she puts it through its paces here. Her most powerful stories subject their protagonists to extremes of delight and torment -- when these characters feel, they feel in spades.


Kamikaze Lust by Lauren Sanders

Forging identities is seductive, but in the end it's a zero-sum game, unless one is willing to weld the new persona to the old circumstances, a point Lauren Sanders makes eloquently and insightfully in 'Kamikaze Lust'.


Jerusalem Calling: A Homeless Conscience in a Post-Everything World by Mark Desrosiers

The book combines tweedy rant with engaging memoir to reveal a refreshingly cynical, cloyingly elitist, and analytically Marxist point of view.


John Huston: Interviews by Robert Emmet Long

Huston is revealed as a seamless whole, tough guy and gentleman of culture, one of the last of the Renaissance Men.


I Almost Killed George Burns!  And Other Gut-Splitting Tales From the World’s Greatest Comedy Event

Explains how humor is manufactured, packaged, and delivered to the masses.


Hell’s Kitchen by Chris Niles (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Girl Beside Him by Cris Mazza (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
GoTo by Steve Lohr (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fool’s Gold by Jane S. Smith (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fixer Chao by Han Ong (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fearless Jones by Walter Mosley (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Flash Fortune by Todd Hayes (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Empire Falls by Richard Russo (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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