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Book Review: The 50 Funniest American Writers: An Anthology of Humor from Mark Twain to The Onion, Edited by Andy Borowitz

A superlative anthology of humor, wit, satire, and parody in essays, short fiction, and excerpts from memoirs and novels. Read More »

Book Review: Future Science: Essays from the Cutting Edge, Edited by Max Brockman

The best and brightest of science's newest generation take us on a tour of the cutting edge. Read More »

Book Review: Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!: The Most Complete Collection of Zombie Stories Ever Published, Edited by Otto Penzler

Great reading for Halloween and every other day of the year. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Book of Adventure Stories, Edited by Otto Penzler

A genre-crossing collection that takes readers around the world and through time. Read More »

Book Review: Future Media, Edited by Dr. Rick Wilber

Read this book to update your mental drivers and software. Read More »

What’s the Secret to Writing Good Sex?

How do writers avoid cliche when writing about sex? Short story collection My Mistress's Sparrow is Dead might provide answers Read More »

eBook Review: Threefold Anthology by Desiree Holt, Kim Dare, Brynn Paulin, et al

A multi-author anthology from Total-E-Bound with smoking hot threesomes galore. Read More »

Book Review: The Vintage Book of American Women Writers, Edited by Elaine Showalter

It can be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates good writing regardless of its source. Read More »

Book Review: From the Library of A. W. Tozer: Selections From Writers Who Influenced His Spiritual Journey, Compiled by James Stuart Bell

Christians across the generations will find much of worth in this rich collection inspired by A. W. Tozer. Read More »

Book Review: The Best American Short Plays, 2008-2009, Edited by Barbara Parisi

Sixteen of the years best one-act plays here include tour de force monologues and more fully-realized traditional scenes. Read More »