Book Review: “Praying Drunk,” Kyle Minor
Today at CCLaP, Chris Schahfer reviews Kyle Minor's "Praying Drunk," a story collection with linked characters that makes it grander in scope than the typical book of shorts. Says Chris, "I don't know if this will be the best book I review all year, but Kyle Minor's doing some enviable work right now." Posted on by orianaleckert 
Stalking the Behemoth: “Ulysses,” by James Joyce
Ulysses By James Joyce, 1922 Reviewed by Chris Schahfer A theory for you: there’s not a Joyce fan alive who loves every chapter of Ulysses. You’d have to either be an insane frothing-at-the-mouth James Joyce freak who worships every word the man writes or have the broadest literary tastes ever to do so, since every […] Posted on by orianaleckert 
Book Review: “Rare” by Keith Veronese
Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews Keith Veronese's "Rare," a fascinating nonfiction look at the ultra-rare metals that power all our contemporary electronic devices, and the coming military wars that will undoubtedly be fought in central Asia where most such deposits can be found. Posted on by Jason Pettus 
Book Review: “The Village” by John Strausbaugh
Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews John Strausbaugh's "The Village," an exhaustive and hugely fascinating 600-page history of New York's Greenwich Village, showing how it's actually been a gathering place for bohemians all the way since the early 1800s, not just in its post-World-War-Two heyday of Beat poets and Abstract Expressionists. Posted on by Jason Pettus