Posts Tagged: identity

American Son: Attack Dogs, Runaways, and Tire Irons

Let’s talk about Brian Ascalon Roley’s American Son. I picked it up at the last Hattiesburg Book Exchange, which was organized by a friend, and I can honestly say, it’s good! It’s an engrossing read; it drew me in and had me interested

American Son: Attack Dogs, Runaways, and Tire Irons

Let’s talk about Brian Ascalon Roley’s American Son. I picked it up at the last Hattiesburg Book Exchange, which was organized by a friend, and I can honestly say, it’s good! It’s an engrossing read; it drew me in and had me interested

“Problems with People” (David Guterson)

Alfred A. Knopf was kind enough to send me a review copy of David Guterson’s Problems with People and I think it’s a collection well worth talking about. First off, I really enjoyed reading it. The stories, while there are recurring

“Problems with People” (David Guterson)

Alfred A. Knopf was kind enough to send me a review copy of David Guterson’s Problems with People and I think it’s a collection well worth talking about. First off, I really enjoyed reading it. The stories, while there are recurring

Make me Born: We The Animals, by Justin Torres

Justin Torres’s We The Animals is a slender volume and a perfect example of quality being unrelated to quantity. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this (his first) novel, and a reviewer’s comment that the book feels like a sets of old school

Make me Born: We The Animals, by Justin Torres

Justin Torres’s We The Animals is a slender volume and a perfect example of quality being unrelated to quantity. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this (his first) novel, and a reviewer’s comment that the book feels like a sets of old school