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Siri Hustvedt’s seventh novel, Memories of the Future, contains several references to Baby Face, a 1933 film starring Barbara Stanwyck. Master of hardnosed wise-cracking, Stanwyck plays Lily Powers, a bored young woman working in her father’s bar...

Flatland is a novel by Edwin Abbott Abbott, published in 1884. It's written as a biography by "A. Square," a two-dimensional creature who is literally a living square, thinner than a sheet of paper. He lives with other two-dimensional creatures on a...

The forward to Miriam Toews’s eighth novel, Women Talking, begins with a punch of horrific reality: “Between 2005 and 2009, in a remote Mennonite colony in Bolivia named the Manitoba Colony, after the province in Canada, many girls and women woul...

Here are the books that were most loved by Jezebel staffers this year. This isn’t a list per se—there is no order or hierarchy, and no criteria to choose other than individual preference. Our favorite books of 2018 include both fiction and non-fi...

I wish Drew Magary was more prolific. He's only written two novels and both are wonderful. (See our reviews of The Postmortal and The Hike on Boing Boing). If you haven't read Magary's work, today is a good day to start because The Hike is on Kindle...

The Great Gatsby is overrated. It’s a good book! A great book! It’s just not the very best book ever, especially not the best book to teach teenagers about the power of literature and the essence of America. If it were, then teens wouldn’t cele...

I have just joined Library Thing which is a fascinating website I have discovered. I have created my profile and added a number of my books.It will be a great new site for new readers to discover my works of fiction.You are welcome to join Library Th...