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Book Review :: Black Deutschland

By Kay Bourne | Feb 4
"Black Deutsland" is a misstep, moving restlessly and junkie-like between Berlin and Chicago, but never finding a destination.

Book Review :: What Belongs To You

By Chris Kelly | Jan 28
The novel begins when its unnamed protagonist, an American teacher living in Sofia, Bulgaria, visits a favorite haunt -- an underground public bathroom where men gather for anonymous encounters. Here, he meets Mitko.

Book Review :: Ashley Bell

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 28
"Ashley Bell" is an escapist thriller that plays with the logic of memory and dreams.

Book Review :: Confucius Jane

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 19
What is great about the romance "Confucius Jane" is the sense that both lovers could exist without each other.

Book Review :: Maggie Smith: A Biography

By Brian Bromberger | Jan 17
This biography is primarily a chronological study of Smith's performances during her 60-year career and critical analysis of her acting style, along with an account of her professional successes and (few) failures.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: On Sondheim: An Opinionated Guide

By Kitty Drexel | Jan 15
Love it or hate it, Mordden puts his own panache on the Sondheim chronology from "Saturday Night" (1954) to "Road Show" (2003 - 2008).

Book Review :: The Art Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

By Kevin Taft | Jan 15
You almost can't imagine the plethora of insider information you will get from this gorgeous book detailing the very early concept ideas for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" all the way to the epic final film.

Book Review :: The Gilded Razor

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 13
Lacking perspective is a symptom of addiction and not a terrible quality to have in an otherwise fascinating first person narrative.

Book Review :: The Space Between Us

By JC Alvarez | Jan 12
"The Space Between Us' by Ohm Phanphiroj promises to inspire those fantasies of lost love and longing, but mostly comes off as the best picks in a series of selfies that are often used to allure a trick into an adventure.

Book Review :: The Wedding Heard Round The World: America's First Gay Marriage

By Noe Kamelamela | Jan 5
Without the publicity surrounding Michael and Jack's marriage license denial in 1970, it's possible the landmark antidiscrimination rulings of our time would be happening ten to twenty years from now instead of in the recent past.

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