Essays One: by Lydia Davis
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Essays One: by Lydia Davis

Essays One is a vivid demonstration of the voracity and playful rigor of Davis’ writing…

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Gaeilge: by Caoimhín de Barra
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Gaeilge: by Caoimhín de Barra

Caoimhín de Barra has a seemingly straightforward goal for the language: “having it more widely…

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Little Weirds: by Jenny Slate
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Little Weirds: by Jenny Slate

Little Weirds is an almost uncomfortably intimate, albeit abstract, look into Jenny Slate's mind.

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Bright: by Duanwad Pimwana
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Bright: by Duanwad Pimwana

Dialectic of Pop: by Agnès Gayraud
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Dialectic of Pop: by Agnès Gayraud

If we started with something like blues or folk or spirituals and ended up at…

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Rusty Brown: by Chris Ware
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Rusty Brown: by Chris Ware

Discovering a Chris Ware book is akin to stumbling into the coolest gallery in town.

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Solid State: by Kenneth Womack
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Solid State: by Kenneth Womack

Womack humanizes and demystifies the mythic status of the album and of the four Beatles,…

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Hippie: by Paulo Coelho
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Hippie: by Paulo Coelho

Worthwhile for its insights into the post-‘60s hippie movement where spiritual concerns had successfully muscled…

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Disgraceland: by Jake Brennan
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Disgraceland: by Jake Brennan

Even if you’re already familiar with each and every story contained herein or well-versed in…

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Hate Inc.: by Matt Taibbi
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Hate Inc.: by Matt Taibbi