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F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘s Fiction and Self-Creation

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Ernest Hemingway referred to Fitzgerald as "the great tragedy of talent in our bloody generation." Read More »

Thematic Tendencies and the New York Motif

Two books share a common view of The Big Apple. New York survives. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Book Of Dan: Road Alligators And Other Incongruous Possibilities by Daniel C. Dulik

A collection of humorous short stories, poems, and essays examining life from Daniel Dulik's unique perspective. Read More »

Book Review: A Short Autobiography by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ed. James L. W. West III

A Short Autobiography, comprised of personal essays from F. Scott Fitzgerald written over the course of his career, is disappointing. Read More »

Book Review: Planet Rock Doc: Nuggets from Explorations of the Natural World by Dr. Elsa Kirsten Peters

Planet Rock Doc compiles favorite features from syndicated newspaper columnist and geologist Elsa Kirsten Peters, covering energy, agriculture, climate, health, biology, physics, chemistry, and science history. Read More »

Book Review: Mountains of Light: Seasons of Reflection in Yosemite by R. Mark Liebenow

A stunning year of reflection in Yosemite. 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 »

On Mothers and Daughters

As I think about my mother on Mother's Day, I can't help but think of my relationships with my own daughters. Read More »

Book Review: Breaking Waves: An Anthology for Gulf Coast Relief, Edited by Phyllis Irene Radford and Tiffany Trent

Breaking Waves: an anthology and esoteric collection of mixed-genre writing, created to benefit The Gulf Oil Spill Relief Fund. Read More »

Book Review: The Athletic Benchley: 105 Exercises from the Detroit Athletic Club News by Robert C. Benchley, Edited by Thomas J. Saunders

The Algonquin Round Table's Master of Nonsense shines in this unique gathering of timeless wit appearing for the first time since its original publication, with original illustrations. Read More »