Tim Gebhart lives in Sioux Falls, SD, where he practices law in order to provide shelter for his family, his dogs, and his books. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle and his blog de guerre is A Progressive on the Prairie.
Novel examines journey of young man whose experiences raise questions about his religious beliefs.
New sci-fi release creates "lab-opera" out of intelligent design prevailing over evolution.
Springsteen biography looks to The Boss' past to present a multifaceted view.
Albanian author Ismail Kadare's latest novel translated into English adds to a body of work that may earn him a Nobel Prize.
A teenage girl faces personal and societal disarray in a struggle to find hope in a dystopian England.
Essays examine how comic books helped shape American youth during the Cold War.
But for overindulgent ending, Phillipe Claudel's latest novel epitomizes the term 'Kafkaesque.'
Author argues that equality under the law has become little more than a platitude in America.
Can society avoid the collapse of crucial complex systems necessary for its continued existene?
Eight short stories reveal historic and contemporary Bulgaria.