Me: by Elton John
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Me: by Elton John

Me is a fitting written companion to Elton John's seemingly never-ending series of shows celebrating…

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Six Concepts for the End of the World: by Steve Beard
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Six Concepts for the End of the World: by Steve Beard

Beard attempts to keep his fiction unidentified, but the object in your hands wants to…

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High School: by Sara Quin and Tegan Quin
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High School: by Sara Quin and Tegan Quin

A memoir of how two sisters survived and thrived, overcoming the typical difficulties of being…

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Unsheltered: by Barbara Kingsolver
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Unsheltered: by Barbara Kingsolver

Baron Wenckheim’s Homecoming: by László Krasznahorkai
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Baron Wenckheim’s Homecoming: by László Krasznahorkai

The surreal world that Krasznahorkai’s writing generates might serve as the best place from which…

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Chaos: by Tom O’Neill with Dan Piepenbring
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Chaos: by Tom O’Neill with Dan Piepenbring

Come for the Helter Skelter rebuttal, stay for the broader commentary on access to what…

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Face It: by Debbie Harry
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Face It: by Debbie Harry

Longtime fans of Harry and Blondie will find much to enjoy in her more often…

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No Visible Bruises: by Rachel Louise Snyder
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No Visible Bruises: by Rachel Louise Snyder

With its harrowing stories and lack of easy answers, No Visible Bruises is a demanding…

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Cimabue and the Franciscans: by Holly Flora
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Cimabue and the Franciscans: by Holly Flora

Reminds current audiences of the fascination generated by such careful design and such a command…

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The Big Book of Reel Murders: Edited by Otto Penzler
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The Big Book of Reel Murders: Edited by Otto Penzler

Its title is no joke: at almost 1200 double-columned pages in length, this collection of…

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