I’m just finishing a review of Jack Dann’s The Man Who Melted, out in a reissue from Pyr. Writing the review has had
Michael Dahl, a children’s book author and editorial director of Stone Arch Books in Mankato, Minn., oft has been heard to say that “the
NPR News this week interviewed Scott Rice from San Jose University about the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest “honoring the very best of the worst in fiction”.
I’d just finished at the Amazon checkout counter when I stopped to marvel at the A9-Clickriver search and sell tools the website employs.
Most of the girls look like rock-solid citizens in this stronghold of Islam, but in the privacy of their homes (often vast sprawling affairs with
Could there be a more brilliant title than The Dangerous Book for Boys? You could take two empty covers, stick a book of matches inside—
Courtesy: The Saturday Age, 30 June 2007, http://www.theage.com.au
Kurt Vonnegut would say in speeches that a plausible mission of artists is to make people appreciate being alive at least a little bit.
the aftermath of murder is what absorbs these writers
A lightning-shaped scar, furrowed brow and piercing green eyes are what will greet you in the doorway of the Secret Garden Bookshop in Ballard, Wash.,