Posts Tagged Book Review

Publishing News for Brad Windhauser

Brad’s latest book review–for Richard Rodriquez’ Darling: A Spiritual Autobiography–was just published by the Philadelphia Review of Books: A Meandering Spiritual Autobiography – Brad Windhauser reviews Richard Rodriguez’s Darling http://wp.me/s2hqmO-2306 Advertisements

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John Taylor’s In the Pleasure Groove (review) – The Benefits of Reading Across Genre

John Taylor’s In the Pleasure Groove (review) – The Benefits of Reading Across Genre by Brad Windhauser Sometimes when you know your strengths lie in writing a particular genre (say fiction or non-fiction), you stick to that genre.  I don’t know that Stephen King is readying a book of lyrical poems any time soon.  David […]

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Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 (Review)

1Q84 Author’s doorstop of a novel, Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 is nothing if not ambitious in its scope and heft. At times thrilling, at times boring, the story follows the separate—albeit connected—storylines of Aomame and Tengo, two 29-year-old residents of Tokyo.  Aomame is an emotionally walled-off woman who works as a personal trainer, specializing in self-defense.  […]

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