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By the by, did we ever share the amazing art that accompanied the NYTBR front cover review of Kevin Barry's CITY OF BOHANE? Here it is! (The artist is R. Kikuo Johnson)

By the by, did we ever share the amazing art that accompanied the NYTBR front cover review of Kevin Barry's CITY OF BOHANE? Here it is! (The artist is R. Kikuo Johnson)

Herman Koch Summer House with Swimming Pool/Weird and disturbing on many levels....BUT I could not put it down. Glad to be out of this "general practioner's" head. 4*

30 New Books You NEED To Read In 2014

Herman Koch Summer House with Swimming Pool/Weird and disturbing on many levels....BUT I could not put it down. Glad to be out of this "general practioner's" head. 4*

nspired by one of the world’s greatest novels, Ohio artist Matt Kish set out on an epic voyage of his own one day in August 2009. More than one hundred and fifty years following the original publication of Moby-Dick, Kish began illustrating Herman Melville’s classic, creating images based on text selected from every page of the 552-page Signet Classics paperback edition.

nspired by one of the world’s greatest novels, Ohio artist Matt Kish set out on an epic voyage of his own one day in August 2009. More than one hundred and fifty years following the original publication of Moby-Dick, Kish began illustrating Herman Melville’s classic, creating images based on text selected from every page of the 552-page Signet Classics paperback edition.

Jane Green's next book, available March 13. I don't love all her books, but she dives into emotions pretty well

Jane Green's next book, available March 13. I don't love all her books, but she dives into emotions pretty well

9 Questions about the 1%, the Unemployed and why the one produces the Other | Informed Comment

9 Questions about the 1%, the Unemployed and why the one produces the Other | Informed Comment

This contemporary coming-of-age story centers upon Maya Vidal, a remarkable teenager abandoned by her parents. Maya grew up in a rambling old house in Berkeley with her grandmother Nini, whose formidable strength helped her build a new life after emigrating from Chile in 1973 with a young son, and her grandfather Popo, a gentle African-American astronomer.

This contemporary coming-of-age story centers upon Maya Vidal, a remarkable teenager abandoned by her parents. Maya grew up in a rambling old house in Berkeley with her grandmother Nini, whose formidable strength helped her build a new life after emigrating from Chile in 1973 with a young son, and her grandfather Popo, a gentle African-American astronomer.

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