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May 2008

Punk songs all sounding alike: Palahniuk’s Snuff

I used to agree with the San Francisco Examiner that Chuck Palahniuk was the New Millennium’s answer to Kurt Vonnegut. Ten years ago, I


By These Ten Bones

This weekend I finished Clare B. Dunkle’s By These Ten Bones (2005), which was nominated for the Dorothy Canfield Fisher award in 2007. I usually leave


Meeting your idols: Dianna Heitz on John Elder Robison

Look Me in the Eyeby John Elder RobisonCrown, 2007 I enjoyed this article today from Northwestern University’s Medill Reports about the joyful moments of a


Not Without Honour

The most notable thing about the Australian book industry is just how small and isolated it is.  There are only a handful of major


In Search of a Complete Proust

Do you own more than one copy of a certain title? Was it an accidental purchase - you didn’t realize you already had it


Nuala O’Faolain: The Lucky One in the Family

The National Post links an interview with the late Nuala O’Faolain in which she wrenchingly discusses cancer and death: In my time, which has


News round-up: Interview edition

I’m gearing up for some author interviews this week, so I thought I’d scout about for some fun ones to share this morning…


Kids hate reading: The Plight of the Accidental Tourist

At least once a week in the video store, a high school kid will ask me this question: “Have you got The Accidental Tourist?” It’


Blubberland by Elizabeth M. Farrelly

Blubberlandby Elizabeth M. FarrellyMIT PressMarch 2008, 219 pages, $19.95 Author Elizabeth Farrelly kicks off Blubberland with something of an extended mea culpa: I, like you, drive too much.


The End of Gemma Doyle

Only I stand apart. And secretly, I fear it shall always be this way, me alone, belonging to no one, no tribe, always standing just


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The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.

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