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Book Review: Dirty Little Secrets of the Record Business – Why So Much Music You Hear Sucks by Hank Bordowitz

Hank Bordowitz pens a tome that's not as scandalous as its titular - and titillating - promise. Read More »

Interview with Sara Voorhees, Author of The Lumiere Affair: A Novel of Cannes

"I’m a journalist, and I’m part of the publicity machine that Nattie is drawn to and yet confounded by." Read More »

Book Review: Magus Musician Man by George Case

Over the last quarter-century, Zeppelin's founder became rock's wizened elder statesman. A new biography describes his journey. Read More »

Book Review: Lennon And McCartney – Together Alone: A Critical Discography Of Their Solo Work by John Blaney

A remarkable book looks at the parallel solo careers of the two ex-Beatles. Read More »

Comics Review: DC Comics’ 52, Week 34

This week's DC Comics series 52 stars the Black Marvel family, Steel, the Suicide Squad, Renee Montoya, The Question and Lex Luthor. Read More »

Comics Review: DC Comics’ 52, Week 33

This week's 52, a weekly DC Comics series, stars the lost space heroes Nightwing, Batwoman, and the Black Marvel family. Read More »

Book Review: The Wizardology Handbook – A Course for Apprentices by Dugald Steer

The companion to Wizardology, this practical handbook will make a perfect gift for little wizards in training. Read More »

Book Review: El Piñatero/ The Piñata Maker by George Ancona

Writer-photographer Ancona takes children to a Mexican village to meet Tío Rico the pinata maker. Read More »

Book Review: Thirty Years of The Rockford Files – An Inside Look at America’s Greatest Detective Series by Ed Robertson

An exhaustive - and exhausting - look at the landmark series. Read More »

Interview: Mitch Myers, Author of The Boy Who Cried Freebird

"In some ways you might consider The Boy Who Cried Freebird a primer for the uninitiated." Read More »