Re:Print

April 2008

You Must Read Lois Lowry and Sloane Crosley

“Then, as my mother read those first few pages of The Yearling, I saw blue-gray smoke rising from the chimney of a simple cabin, and


Window into Botswana

As part of my audio book musings I’d like to note that one series which caught my eye at my local library is Alexander


News round-up: Pulitzer Edition

Editor and Publisher reports on the timing of the Washington Post‘s Pulitzer sweep: Is it irony or just today’s newspaper reality that The


Collecting Pulitzers

My obsession with the Pulitzer Prize-winning novels kicked into high-gear in 2004 when considering a topic for my Masters thesis. I’d been wrestling with an


Reading at Random: Funke’s Fiction

Recently I finished Lilli Thal’s Mimus and was reminded throughout the book of Cornelia Funke’s Inkheart series, and not just because both authors


Diaz wins the fiction prize

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Waoby Junot DiazPenguinSeptember 2007, 352 pages, $24.95 The big news this Pulitzer year is Bob Dylan’s Special Citation for “his profound


Predicting the Pulitzers

This week at Re:Print, we’ll be talking all things Pulitzer, paying particular attention to the prize-winning books, fiction and non. The 2008 prize announcement


1001 Books for Every Mood

1001 Books for Every Moodby Hallie EphronAdams MediaMay 2007, 400 pages, $14.95 I love books about books. You know the ones I mean—The Western Canon, Books of the


Friday news round-up: Textbook prices, John Krasinski, TextBuyIt

The mystery of the overpriced textbook solved If you’ve ever questioned just how your college textbook bill tops $500+ each and every semester, check out


Travel + Leisure’s Unexpected Italy

Travel + Leisure’s Unexpected ItalyNancy Novogrod (Introduction)DK PublishingJanuary 2008, 192 pages, $24.95 From the well-traversed urban centers of Venice and Rome to out of the way and


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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

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"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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