Bookshots: 'Why We Write About Ourselves' edited by Meredith Maran

Bookshots: 'Why We Write About Ourselves' edited by Meredith Maran

Review by Freddie Moore
20 writers get personal about why they expose themselves and others for a good story.
Bookshots: 'The Cowboy Bible' by Carlos Velázquez

Bookshots: 'The Cowboy Bible' by Carlos Velázquez

Velázquez's Mexico is portrayed as both terrifying and hilarious in this translation of his collection of short stories.
Bookshots: 'The Unfinished World' by Amber Sparks

Bookshots: 'The Unfinished World' by Amber Sparks

Review by Freddie Moore
Time machines, orphan taxidermists, this story collection has it all.
"Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze

Bookshots: "Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze

Review by BH Shepherd
January 19, 2016 (2) comments
A brief review of "Black Wings Has My Angel" by Elliot Chaze
Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Review by Cath Murphy
I was wrong. America can do satire.
 Bookshots: 'White City' by Seb Doubinsky

Bookshots: 'White City' by Seb Doubinsky

Review by JS Breukelaar
Seb Doubinsky’s 'White City', the latest in his Babylon series, is a book you’re going to love the third time you read it as much as you did the first. Maybe even more.
Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Review by Ed Sikov
An eight-year-old boy adores his older brother, but when the brother leaves the kid stranded in the middle of the woods, he begins to question the relationship.
Bookshots: 'Travelers Rest' by Keith Lee Morris

Bookshots: 'Travelers Rest' by Keith Lee Morris

Review by Leah Dearborn
There's a town east of the Cascade Mountains where wayward souls are drawn. Their cars break down, blizzards lure them off the highway for the night. Most of them never leave again.
Bookshots: 'The Children's Home' by Charles Lambert

Bookshots: 'The Children's Home' by Charles Lambert

Review by Christopher Shultz
This novel reads like a dream -- a Gothic horror, weird fiction dream.