Let’s Get Graphic: Creating Comics in Novel Ways | The Reader’s Shelf


LJ contributor Tom Batten on innovative storytelling combining pictures and words

Literally Reading About Literature | Wyatt’s World


Indulge in the delight of literary undertakings

Slanted Disclosure: The Politics of Political Books | Wyatt’s World


Dishy, pointed, and studied takes on all aspects of the U.S. political fray.

A Peek into Another’s Life | Wyatt’s World


Intimate access to lives both deeply familiar and utterly unknown

Starting 2014 with Poetry | Wyatt’s World


Poetry on popular and unexplained experiences, from poets at the top and rising

New Books for the New Year | Wyatt’s World


In 2014 anticipate more “Ex” action from Clines, hope and magic from Allen, Secretary Gates’s memoir, Monk Kidd’s new splash, Orfeo‘s life on the run

The Lost Sisterhood | RA Crossroads


Mythic tales of the Amazons begin with Fortier

Adventures in Editorial Scholarship: An Interview with Sandra Spanier


While letter collections are not new, it may take a writer like Hemingway, with a larger-than-life reputation, to bring attention to their value as literary companions.

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, December 6, 2013


Fielding reads a brilliant and inventive Baker, Bramhall is flawless with Belfoure’s first novel, Keteyian & Benedict peel back the shiny veneer of major college football, wrenching ethical dilemmas from Fink, Van Gieson’s series starter

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, December 6, 2013


Dillies’s first published graphic novel, Petersen’s mice both doughty and wise, a conceptually unique Rookie Yearbook Two