Michael Antman

Michael Antman is a two-time finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Balakian Award for Excellence in Reviewing. He is the author of the novel Cherry Whip (ENC Press, 2004), and recently completed a new novel, Everything Solid Has a Shadow. His website, where most of his writing is collected, is at Michael Antman Author.com.

They Use Their Inside Voices in ‘The Red House’

The Worst Man Who Ever Lived: ‘HHhH’

The Right Side of the Razor: ‘The Last Kind Words’

The World Is Your Oyster: ‘1,000 Places to See Before You Die’

Eurotrash, with a Treasure Inside: ‘Steamy Art House Hits’

‘Pale Flower’: Living for Death

88 Highly Debatable Statements About ‘Reality’ in ‘Reality Hunger’

The Librarians and Barbarians of Laura Bush’s Memoir

The Real McCoy of Rock: ‘Graham Parker & The Figgs Live at the FTC’

None Are So Blind As Those Who Will Not See: ‘The Mind’s Eye’ by Oliver Sacks

‘Party Down: Season Two’ — More Like Party Downbeat, but Funny

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Haing Ngor’s finest performance occurred in Cambodia’s actual killing fields, when he convinced the Khmer Rouge that he was a taxi driver, not a doctor.