This week Karl Wolff reviews bizarro novella "Elephant Vice," by Chris Meekings, about Vincent van Gogh and Ganesha working together to bust a drug ring.
Posted on by September 23, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "Dangerous Stories for Boys," by Christopher Bernard, a short story collection with a fascinating premise but a bungled execution.
Posted on by September 16, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "Painted Monsters and Other Strange Beasts," a collection of horror short stories by Orrin Grey, who taps into the darkness and finds grisly visions.
Posted on by August 26, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "TRUMPED! Beyond Politically Correct," by Peter Davidson. Says Karl: "I didn't expect to be buried beneath an avalanche of outdated Dad Jokes."
Posted on by August 5, 2016
This week Karl Wolff gives his take on "Kinda Sorta American Dream," by Steve Karas.
Posted on by July 22, 2016
This week Karl Wolff continues his themed essay series, American Odd, by looking at the Chicago-based Urantia Foundation.
Posted on by July 15, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "The Orthodox Dilemma," by George Alexander, a fascinating look at the challenges facing the global Orthodox Christian community.
Posted on by July 8, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews Don Keefe's "Pontiac Concept and Show Cars," a history of the marque's design dreams and an exploration of the Mid-Century Modernist aesthetic.
Posted on by June 10, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "Nuns with Guns," by Seth Kaufman, a darkly comic romp about a reality show producer who wants to do something about gun deaths.
Posted on by May 20, 2016
This week Karl Wolff reviews "Mr. Suicide," by Nicole Cushing, a dark novel of dysfunction, abuse, and violence.
Posted on by May 13, 2016