Fiction from Bowen, Cussler & Scott, Douglas, Neugeboren, plus Two Debuts | Xpress Reviews


It’s 1906 in San Francisco and New York, respectively, in works by Bowen and Cussler & Scott; Neugeboren fictionalizes the life of Max Baer; debuter Novey reveals the creative process and Brazil; first-timer Reeves’s historical novel is full of rich details and powerful language

The Art of Reading | Wyatt’s World


Novels centered on the experiences and fortunes of the creative class (as well as the scandalous, notorious, and demanding) make for great reading. Here are five forthcoming titles featuring at their core artists of all kinds

2013 Winners of Poetry Contributor Prizes


Eight prizes awarded to poets, critics, essayists and photographers featured in Poetry over the past year