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Book Review: With Robert Lowell and His Circle by Kathleen Spivack

The best introduction to the world of American poetry in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s you're liable to read. Read More »

Book Review: The Journals of Spalding Gray, Edited by Nell Casey

A penetrating look inside the mind of the famous monologist. Read More »

An Interview with Trish Thorpe On Her Life And Her Just Released Memoir Fisheye

"I hope to spend the rest of my life writing about all the source material that I've been gathering." Read More »

Book Review: Randy Bachman’s Vinyl Tap Stories by Randy Bachman

A short book of personal stories from the great rocker. Read More »

Book Review: In the Pleasure Groove by John Taylor

A card-carrying Duranie reviews an eighties icon's memoir. Read More »

Book Review: The John Lennon Letters, Edited by Hunter Davies

The John Lennon Letters works to confirm the image we've always had of John Lennon as the complicated Beatle. Read More »

Book Review: My Escape: An Autobiography by Benoite Groult

A fascinating autobiography by one of the founders of modern feminism, Benoite Groult. Read More »

Book Review: Total Recall by Arnold Schwarzenegger

An autobiography of the famous actor, politician and champion body builder Read More »

Book Review: Luck or Something Like It by Kenny Rogers

At seventy-three years old, Kenny Rogers provides a thoughtful account of his career, family, friends, interests, and memories. Read More »

Book Review: The Truth is Bad Enough: What Became of the Happy Hustler? by Michael Kearns

The Truth is Bad Enough is an illuminating story that holds up a mirror, not only to a generation lost but to a generation very much alive. Show Less Read More »