Joni: The Anthology: Ed. Barney Hoskyns
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Joni: The Anthology: Ed. Barney Hoskyns

Mitchell is a true iconoclast and worthy of the respect and adoration afforded her by…

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The Noise of Time: by Julian Barnes
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The Noise of Time: by Julian Barnes

The Noise of Time is a disquisition on the role of art in society examined…

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Herzog by Ebert: by Roger Ebert
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Herzog by Ebert: by Roger Ebert

Two of the most admired and beloved figures in cinema are celebrated in this slim…

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Imaginary Cities: by Darran Anderson
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Imaginary Cities: by Darran Anderson

Imaginary Cities is a roaming exploration of the way Western civilization has grappled with humanity’s…

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Smoke: by Dan Vyleta
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Smoke: by Dan Vyleta

René Magritte: by Xavier Cannone
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René Magritte: by Xavier Cannone

Makes for a surprisingly stark and linear collection of pictures purporting to offer a rare,…

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Wild Things: by Bruce Handy
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Wild Things: by Bruce Handy

Wild Things is a must-read for any new or expectant (literary-minded) parent.

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Verax: by Pratap Chatterjee and Khalil
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Verax: by Pratap Chatterjee and Khalil

An uneven chronicle of what our nation has lost—in personal rights and moral standing—since the…

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Sacred Hunger: by Barry Unsworth
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Sacred Hunger: by Barry Unsworth

Sacred Hunger is an exceptional work of historical fiction that manages to humanize an often…

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Reckless Daughter: by David Yaffe
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Reckless Daughter: by David Yaffe

In bashing the reader over the head with the repeated assertion of Mitchell’s unqualified genius,…

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