Kelly Cogswell signs her new book "Eating Fire" Saturday at Carmichael's
“In 1992, when the Lesbian Avengers started, I was living in a loft on Avenue B with my ex-girlfriend Amy, and her roommate, Rennes, who would pick up closeted fags and have noisy, slurpy sex
Poet finds inspiration on Thunder Road
I did not love Bruce Springsteen until
I turned thirty and set my own home on fire,
By Kyle Minor. Sarabande Books; 198 pgs., $15.95.
It’s been four long years since humorist Dave Barry put out a book of essays, which is nearly unforgivable to most of his fans who grew accustomed to reading his thoughts weekly in a now reti
‘The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov’
By Denise Levertov. New Directions; 1063 pgs., $49.95.
‘Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction’
By Jeff Vandermeer. Abrams Image; 332 pgs., $24.95.
The life and lessons of the Rev. Al Sharpton
‘The Rejected Stone: Al Sharpton and the Path to American Leadership’
By Al Sharpton. Cash Money Content; 272 pgs., $22.
‘My Brief History’
By Stephen Hawking. Bantam Dell; 144 pgs., $22.
There are a lot of popular doorstop-length novels now. Subplots can be interrupted by diversions and most readers won’t bat an eye.
‘The Origins of Louisville’s Olmsted Parks & Parkways’
By Samuel W. Thomas. Holland Brown Books; 254 pgs., $50.