"Books" Blogs & Blog Posts

Corinna Carlson aka Gus GreeperCorinna Carlson aka Gus Greeper

blogging from Vancouver since early 2005

 
George Angus, Tumblemoose WriterGeorge Angus, Tumblemoose Writer

Author home site. Helpful articles about writing, reading and publishing

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 
BohemiacademiaBohemiacademia

Day-to-day notes of a Bohemian academia

 
A Good MoroccanA Good Moroccan

An adventure story with pictures set in Morocco and England

 
FiveFeetOfFuryFiveFeetOfFury

Annoying people online since 2000.

 
African MovesAfrican Moves

All things African

 


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Arise!: Global Radicalism "It is not by moral outrage alone that people have lent their lives to the struggle for better worlds. Neither is it by the purity of instruction from theory. There is certainly no royal road, only the one made by walking...

What Can Novels Do?

By Gawker on Oct 6, 2022 in: culture, books

Perhaps it's time to have some unreasonable expectations...

A new book on the consulting behemoth is deeply reported, but scarce on juicy details...

From Goodreads ~ Tis the season in Paterson, New Jersey: Lawyer Andy Carpenter and his golden retriever, Tara, are surrounded by holiday cheer. It’s even spread to the Tara Foundation. The dog rescue organization’s newest litter of puppies has be...

Jeremiah Moss’s ‘Feral City’ revels in the return of grit and graffiti, at the expense of actual living, breathing humans...

Emily by Frances O'Connor is the major winner in the Dinard Festival "Film Britannique";  Jury Prize (Hitchcock d'Or Cine+), Best Performance (Hithcock de la meilleur intérpretation) to Emma Mackey and the Audience Award (Hitthcock du public lo...

The New Statesman has a well-argued and truly perceptive article by Tanya Gold on Marilyn Monroe and Netflix’s new film Blonde based on Joyce Carol Oates’s novel.Now Netflix has released Blonde, a film by Andrew Dominik, adapted from Jo...