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Sunday, April 4 2010

Known to Evil by Walter Mosley

Leonid McGill is a fantastic representation of a flawed and struggling American man at a time of historical flux.


Thursday, May 3 2007

Full Frame 2: People Look Better in Pictures

Ross McElwee and Walter Mosley, among other swoon-inducing talents, hang with our trio (or rather, the trio hangs with them) for a while. You just never know who you'll meet at Full Frame...


Tuesday, May 18 2004

A Red Death by Walter Mosley

Part Chester Himes' flawed hero, part Raymond Chandler's maverick private eye, Easy Rawlins is a complex, engaging and lean creation.


Tuesday, February 3 2004

The Man in My Basement by Walter Mosley

Mosley has created an unlikely and awkward pair, clumsily dancing around each other with the steps of a fool drunk on fleeting knowledge and even more fleeting power.


Sunday, January 1 1995

Fearless Jones by Walter Mosley

Punctuated by illicit sexual forays, bursts of rage, terse interpretations of 1950s middle-class Caucasian Judeo-Christian priorities, and a few songs of the Old South, 'Fearless Jones' leaves very few stones unturned.


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