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Author Archives: Lisa Solod

Music Review: MGMT – Congratulations

MGMT tries something new and something old with their second album. Read More »

Music Review: Citizen Cope – The Rainwater LP

Citizen Cope returns in full form for fans. Read More »

Book Review: The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson

Rich in history, fantasy and sensuality, The Gargoyle delivers a powerful reading experience. Read More »

Book Review: The Thing About Life Is One Day You’ll Be Dead by David Shields

An autobiography of the body Read More »

Music Review: Cassandra Wilson – Closer to You: The Pop Side

Wilson's amazing voice is lost on some of these pop classics. Read More »

Book Review: Bad Mother by Ayelet Waldman

Maybe being a not bad mother is good enough. Read More »

Book Review: Brothers: 26 Stories of Love and Rivalry, edited by Andrew Blauner

Some literary lions tell their tales about their brothers and the result is breathtaking, more than a little heartbreaking, hysterical in places, and often overwhelming. Read More »

Book Review: Elvis is Titanic: Classroom Tales from Iraqi Kurdistan by Ian Klaus

"There is a particular conundrum about teaching one's national history abroad." Read More »

Book Review: The Senator’s Wife by Sue Miller

Miller is a novelist to be read and treasured. Anyone who has not yet discovered her novels is in for a treat. Read More »

Book Review: The Silent Man by Alex Berenson

Hero John Wells is a literary Jack Bauer. Read More »