Review by Taylor Houston
Eeee!!! A NEW STYLE GUIDE HAS ARRIVED – or has it?
Review by BH Shepherd
Hedonistic indulgence in casual sex and brutal, anime-grade violence abound in this award-winning novel.
Review by Stephanie Bonjack
Essays on youth and ennui are preciously crafted and paired with songs that formed the soundtrack of this record collector's past.
Review by Brian McGackin
There are so many ways a girl can die.
Review by Tiffany Turpin Johnson
More a short story collection than a dictionary, this book is an homage to the many ways writers can fail.
Review by Dean Fetzer
Reporter Ivy Morelli is sent to meet a reclusive group known as “the Settlement”, investigating rumors of child slavery, guns and another Waco-in-the-making. What she finds is not what she expects.
Review by Christopher Shultz
Vision-touched Cee-Cee and the war-protesting nuns of Christ's Most Precious Wounds are out to stop the Romeville Snatcher.
Review by Cath Murphy
Any book which features Andy Warhol jerking off in the shower has a place on my shelf.
Review by Ryan Peverly
Will Self's latest effort will latch on to you and pull you under if you're not careful - and that's a good thing.
Review by Naturi Thomas-Millard
You know that song by The Police, 'Don't Stand So Close to Me'? Someone should have played it for Wendy C. Ortiz' 8th Grade English teacher.