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September 2009

The Power of Kindess: “Shop A Little Bit Richer”

If you were lucky enough to wander into McNally Jackson Books in New York City on 30 September, employees from the Tarcher imprint at Penguin handed


Wake in Fright all over again

Grant felt himself exposed in no man’s land. There was no avenue of retreat and the enemy was invisible and unassailable. His supports had


Revisiting Roughneck

At least once a year I re-read Roughneck (Knopf, originally published in 1954), the second volume of noir author Jim Thompson’s autobiography. I first found


Viva Las Vegas

Las Vegas can be a scary place to live, sort of like Bakersfield except with continuous sunshine and slot machines in every corner market. William


Lovesong by Elizabeth Jolley

I was reading a secondhand library-sale copy of Elizabeth Jolley’s 1997 novel Lovesong when it came to me, somewhere around page 90, that this book was


Nine Booze-Soaked Books

Putting aside obvious selections like Charles R. Jackson’s The Lost Weekend, Malcolm Lowry’s harrowing Under the Volcano, or essentially anything written by Charles


James Patterson Learns His Fate: Chained to a Typewriter

All James Patterson wants for Christmas this year is an IBM Selectric, several drums of teletype paper, and maybe an espresso machine. The Hachette Book


Stalked by Zhivago

Ever feel like a certain title is following you? Strategically placing itself on bookstore shelves and friends’ bookcases just to block your path? Last weekend


Baseball and the Zen of Ian McEwan

Ian McEwan came to mind tonight while watching the Dodgers-Padres game on TV. God knows how baseball and a British novelist intersect but such are


Obsession, Hope and Glory: Percy Fawcett’s Excellent Adventure

Fawcett explored so people unlike him didn’t have to; Grann puts all the pieces together so people like us don’t have to.


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Kiasmos: 26 May 2015 - Rough Trade NYC (Photos)

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"Kiasmos is the exciting, dark and trippy electronic project from Ólafur Arnalds and Janus Rasmussen.

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