Ed O’Loughlin’s Minds of Winter

2017-11-22T12:10:38-05:00

The novel begins with a news article, about a chronograph believed to have been lost with the Franklin expedition but discovered many years later, disguised as a Victorian carriage clock. Minds of Winter offers readers a glimpse into then and now and times in-between. There are no overarching commentaries

Ed O’Loughlin’s Minds of Winter2017-11-22T12:10:38-05:00

Reasons to read Gary Barwin’s Yiddish for Pirates (2016)

2017-07-20T17:43:35-05:00

For a love of birds with wings, especially parrots. "But what did happen to Adam and Eve? Did they hollow out the Tree of Knowledge, make a canoe and then paddle east to Europe? Fnyeh. Not these Heyerdahls. But, if there ever were an Adam and Eve, who knows where they

Reasons to read Gary Barwin’s Yiddish for Pirates (2016)2017-07-20T17:43:35-05:00

On the page, on the screen

2017-07-20T17:55:53-05:00

Back in the days when you taped movies onto video cassettes, I was recording "Anna Karenina" to watch another time, when I turned on the television -- thinking the film was over and the credits would be running past -- and I could not unsee the last few seconds of the story

On the page, on the screen2017-07-20T17:55:53-05:00

Nick Cutter’s The Deep (2015)

2015-01-14T08:16:36-05:00

Nick Cutter’s debut, The Troop, was one of those books about which I was truly ambivalent, literally thunking the book down after a haunting and visceral scene and snatching it up again because I simply had to know what was going to happen next. I recommended it widely to friends

Nick Cutter’s The Deep (2015)2015-01-14T08:16:36-05:00
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