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Sunday, January 1 1995

The Complete Tales of Ketzia Gold by Kate Bernheimer- PopMatters Book Review

Like a near-death experience, her life flashes in front of our eyes, as time blurs and yesterday, today and tomorrow all vie for equal importance.


The Case of California by Aaron Beebe

It's been 10 years since 'The Case of California' was introduced to an eager and hungry PoMo culture. Perhaps I mistreat it by removing it from the context of Cultural Studies in 1991. Although we are participants in a young field, we've come a long way since those heady days.


A Child Called “It” by Dave Pelzer

It is a message that must never be forgotten in our legislatures, our schools, or our hearts.


Cyberselfish: A Critical Romp Through The Terribly Libertarian Culture of High Tech by Paulina Borso

If the thesis that many of the dysfunctional get into tech careers because they couldn't handle human interaction is true, it also explains why so many become bullies when they achieve their goals.


The Cold Six Thousand by James Ellroy

The best approach to Ellroy is always to check your liberal tendencies at the door and trust in the cosmic justice that awaits all in the best tradition of 'noir'.


Circling Dixie: Contemporary Southern Culture Through a Transatlantic Lens by Helen Taylor

If [Helen Taylor] were from around here, we'd say she done her mama proud. We'd tell her this here book is so good it makes you want to slap your grandma.


Comic Book Nation: The Transformation of Youth Culture in America by Bradford W. Wright

[Bradford W.] Wright approaches the whole of comic book history, and while he suffers from a lack of analytical depth, he provides future scholars with an indispensable point of analytical departure.


Colonel Tom Parker: The Curious Life of Elvis Presley’s Eccentric Manager by James L. Dickerson

Whatever Elvis's other problems may have been, his biggest failing was his utter dependence upon his manager, Colonel Tom Parker.


Comics & Ideology by McAllister, Matthew, Edward Sewell, and Ian Gordon, ed

The basic argument is that Superman must constantly be reinvented in order to appeal to new readers.


Chienne de Guerre: A Woman Behind the Lines of the War in Chechnya by Anne Nivat

Physical distance from Chechnya, from Palestine/Israel, from Rowanda, Albania, Guatemala, Kurdistan, Macedonia, and so on, for those of us who feel we have such distance, provides psychological comfort only. It provides no protection from the fallout from these wars.


Chum by Mark Spitzer (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Choke by Chuck Palahniuk (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
cool for you by Eileen Myles (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Borrowed Dress by Cathy Colman (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
BoyGenius by Yongsoo Park (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
The Body Artist by Don DeLillo (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Behind the Muse by Bill DeMain (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Beat Punks by Victor Bockris (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
The Beforelife by Franz Wright (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
PopMatters - Books - Reviews (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
After Dachau by Daniel Quinn (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Atom by Steve Aylett (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
All Tomorrow’s Parties (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
American Gods by Neil Gaiman (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Zoolander (2001) (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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