Episode 83. It feels like yesterday we were recording Episode 82. How the weeks go by.
This week, we talk about a bunch of stuff but the main topic is our favorite female authors. 138 more words
The Glass Ark is a bibliography of works by and about Joyce Carol Oates covering her entire career, from the 1950s to the present.
Documenting the work of JCO is a task that would daunt even the diligent cartographer Emmanuel Bellefleur, and I make no claims to his thoroughness; consequently, you will find portions of this bibliography to be variously incomplete, inconsistent, and messy. 408 more words
William Cook is a painter of impressions and moods, artfully rendering complex, authentic characters and weaving a twisted, darkly psychological narrative.
In his exploration of the minds of a pair of prolific serial killers (those peculiar creatures of popular morbid interest), Cook introduces us to the Cunningham brothers – products of a long hereditary line of aberrant, pathological behaviors. 196 more words
I discovered Mark Athitakis and his new book, The New Midwest: A Guide to Contemporary Fiction of the Great Lakes, Great Plains, and Rust Belt… 766 more words