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Jul/Aug 2006

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Various


Ann Skea reviews

Theft: A Love Story
by Peter Carey

The Big Oyster: History on the Half Shell
by Mark Kurlansky

The Stolen Child
by Keith Donohue

Saint Botolph's Review No.2
edited by David Andrews Ross and Daniel Weissbort

Gilbert Purdy reviews

Wedding Day
by Dana Levin

The Theater of Night
by Alberto Rios

Allen Ginsberg: Live in London
from Dream/Diva Pictures Ltd.

Martha G. Wiseman reviews

Going Sane: Maps of Happiness
by Adam Phillips

Pamela Mackey reviews

The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America
by David Horowitz

Robert Gray reviews

Firmin: Adventures of a Metropolitan Lowlife
by Sam Savage

Niranjana Iyer reviews

Beyond Black
by Hilary Mantel


Colleen Mondor reviews

The Case of the Missing Marquess, Monkey Town: The Summer of the Scopes Trial, and An Order of Amelie, Hold the Fries
by Various Authors

Ivy & Bean, Buttermilk Hill, and Stompin' at the Savoy: The Story of Norma Miller
by Various Authors

That Fernhill Summer, Shooting Stars Everywhere, The Fruit Bowl Project, and The Poet Slave of Cuba: A Biography of Juan Francisco Manzano
by Various Authors

Selected Anthologies and Short Story Collections
by Various Authors/Editors


Elizabeth Glixman interviews

Anosh Irani

Patricia Monaghan

and

Terry Bain


Scott Malby provides

Five Quick and Dirty Lit Site Reviews

and reviews

The Big Oyster: History on a Half Shell
by Mark Kurlansky

 

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