APR 2011 | Books
The memoir has become as ubiquitous as the vampire in current publishers lists, with the inevitable result that many of these prose lives lack a full-blooded, broadly human viewpoint to raise them above anemic particularity. Nevertheless, a number of noteworthy contributions to the canon have emerged into the light.
JUL-AUG 2011 | Books
Spanish author Felix J. Palma executes an extraordinary creative fusion with deft artistry in The Map of Time, a U.S. debut novel that reconstructs the ethos of Victorian London.