Aug/Sep 1998

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Reviews & Interviews

Chris Lott reviews...

That Which is Owed to Death
by Don Mager

Caffeine and Other Stories
by Bob Wake

Eric Longley reviews...

Closed Chambers
by Edward Lazarus

Ann Skea reviews...

The Life of Thomas More
by Peter Ackroyd

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
by Jean-Dominique Bauby

The Deep Green Sea
by Robert Olen Butler

Strange Words
by Patrick Chamoiseau

A Long Season in Hell
by Gail Graham

Stillest Day
by Josephine Hart

Mr. Rinyo-Clacton's Offer
by Russell Hoban

by Ethnee Holmes a Court

The Last Resort
by Alison Lurie

Mr. Darwin's Shooter
by Roger McDonald

Somebody Else: Arthur Rimbaud in Africa
by Charles Nicholl

Mason & Dixon
by Thomas Pynchon

by Rupert Thomson

Losing Alexandria
by Victoria Thompson