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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Betty Blues’ by Renaud Dillies

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A European animal comic looks at lost love, regrets and jazz. Read More »

Book Review – ‘The Betrayed Confidence Revisited’ by Edward Gorey

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A wealth of work from this irregular and irreplaceable genius. Read More »

Interview: F.W. Abel, author of ‘Deeds of a Colored Soldier during the Rebellion, Volume 1: From the Beginning to Chickamagua’

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"I hope this will appeal to young adult readers, as it is about a teenager functioning not only in the adult world, but one engaged in a bitter war." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Badge’ by Art Edwards

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Third entry in a proposed 10 book series of rock ‘n’ roll novels looks at sex and drugs and you know what else. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Trapped Under the Sea’ by Neil Swidey

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How did five men come to be trapped 420 feet under Boston Harbor at the end of a 9.5 mile long tunnel with failing breathing equipment? Read More »

Book Review: ‘First Legends of Disco’ by James Arena

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"First Legends of Disco" holds appeal for both casual fans of disco who are curious about the origins of 1970s and '80s dance floor smashes and more ardent listeners. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Are There Zombies in Heaven?’ by Eric “The Moebius Kid” Morlin

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This is poetry from a complex and gifted mind and also from the streets. It is not pretty but it is impressive and worthwhile for the reader. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Misbehaving’ by Tiffany Reisz

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A Cosmo red-hot read from Tiffany Reisz Read More »

Book Review: ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ by Tsugito Kubo

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This is a delightful adaptation from the beloved animated film for its 25th anniversary, illustrated by the filmmaker Miyazaki himself. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Survive! Inside the Human Body,’ Volume One by Seok-young Song and Hyun-Don Han

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A Korean comic takes us on a Fantastic Voyage inside the human body. Read More »