Bookshots: 'Novi Sad' by Jeff Jackson

Bookshots: 'Novi Sad' by Jeff Jackson

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Jeff Jackson returns with a "sister book" to the acclaimed punk rock mind bender, 'Mira Corpora'.
Bookshots: 'The Warren' by Brian Evenson

Bookshots: 'The Warren' by Brian Evenson

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Evenson's latest is a sci-fi novella that takes on nothing less than the nature of identity and what it means to be "human."
Bookshots: 'The Wonder' by Emma Donoghue

Bookshots: 'The Wonder' by Emma Donoghue

Review by Bart Bishop
A review of 'The Wonder', the latest from Emma Donoghue, author of 'Room'.
Bookshots: 'After James' By Michael Helm

Bookshots: 'After James' By Michael Helm

Review by Keith Rawson
A brief review of Canadian novelist, Michael Helm's latest, 'After James'.
Bookshots: 'Intimations' By Alexandra Kleeman

Bookshots: 'Intimations' By Alexandra Kleeman

Review by Keith Rawson
A brief review of 'Intimations' By Alexandra Kleeman.
Bookshots: 'Summerlong' by Peter S. Beagle

Bookshots: 'Summerlong' by Peter S. Beagle

Review by Leah Dearborn
A quiet couple in late middle-age stumble upon an enchanting young waitress with some unusual characteristics.
Bookshots: 'Nutshell' By Ian McEwan

Bookshots: 'Nutshell' By Ian McEwan

Review by Keith Rawson
A brief review of Ian McEwan's latest novel, 'Nutshell'.
Bookshots: 'We Eat Our Own' by Kea Wilson

Bookshots: 'We Eat Our Own' by Kea Wilson

Review by Max Booth III
What if Cormac McCarthy had written "Cannibal Holocaust"?
Bookshots: ‘The Boys of Summer: A Novel’ by Richard Cox

Bookshots: ‘The Boys of Summer: A Novel’ by Richard Cox

Review by Dean Fetzer
1979: A massive tornado rips through Wichita Falls, tearing apart the lives of 5 boys and a girl. 2008: Events after that first tornado are occurring again, bringing them all back to Wichita Falls.
Bookshots: 'Dead Dogs & Splintered Hearts' by Tom Ward

Bookshots: 'Dead Dogs & Splintered Hearts' by Tom Ward

Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of "Dead Dogs & Splintered Hearts" by Tom Ward.