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Book Review: ‘The Boy Who Drew Monsters’ by Keith Donohue

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Gothic fiction with children at the center, either as victims or perpetrators, invites comparison with that genre’s masterwork, Henry James's 'The Turn of the Screw.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘I Have a Bad Feeling About This’ by Jeff Strand

I Have a Bad Feeling About This

Jeff Strand's 'I Have a Bad Feeling About This' is a hilarious action comedy aimed at teenage boys, but will entertain readers of both sexes and any age. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Heiress at the Pasadena Playhouse

Ruth and Augustus Goetz's play makes a triumphant return to the Pasadena Playhouse in a well-mounted production. Read More »

Music Review: Rob Morsberger – Ghosts Before Breakfast

New album from Rob Morsberger scheduled for digital release next week Read More »

Lying is Alive and Well in American Culture

But who pays the price? Read More »

Book Review: Henry James: Novels, 1903-1911 – The Ambassadors/ The Golden Bowl/ The Outcry, Edited by Ross Posnock

A collection of the final three novels from one of America's greatest writers. Read More »

Book Review: Eline Vere by Louis Couperus

Classic 19th century novel of manners now available in English translation Read More »

TV Review: House, M.D. – “Private Lives”

"Private Lives" explores the duality of our lives and the masks behind which we often dwell. Read More »

Intentions: Good and Otherwise

Reaction to an author's essay leads to some thoughts about intention in writing. Read More »

Book Review: The Master by Colm Toibin

In The Master, Colm Toibin examines the psychological aspects of Henry James's creativity. It is revealed as an exploiter of experience. Read More »