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.
Memoir of Polish deportation to Soviet labor camps during World War II recalls often overlooked history.
Linked collection of short stories examines the complexity of contemporary life from the inside out.
Identity, home, family, and existential issues confront four twenty somethings squatting in an abandoned home in a Brooklyn neighborhood.
Short stories, essays and journalism of Vasily Grossman take readers inside the Soviet Union before, during and after World War II.
America is ready to collapse so author, columnist and editorial cartoonist Ted Rall says it's time for a revolution.
Mark Vonnegut's second memoir on living with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia worthy addition to anyone's bookshelf.
Lack of fire, not talent, is main problem as Santana and a new set of guest vocalists take on rock guitar classics.
Fifth installment of Best American Comics demonstrates the scope and relevancy of modern comics and graphic novels.
Historian examines treason prosecutions of Australian, American, and British citizens who broadcast for the Axis during World War II.
Peruvian author uses crime genre to explore the effects of the struggle between the country's government and the Shining Path revolutionaries.