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Augustown by Kei Miller

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Kei Miller’s Augustown is a rhapsodic new force in the canon of Caribbean literature. Synthesizing generations of local lore, Miller tells the spellbinding story of a small Jamaican community’s...

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May 2017: Books to Read and Review

A special “moving day” edition of the monthly blog – by this time next month I *should* be in a new home somewhere across the country. My wife and I have lived in Brooklyn...

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April 2017: Books to Read and Review

A fresh new stack of books to read and review on a record-high Sunday in Brooklyn. Last month I nearly made it through the entire stack (I’m currently reading Mary Gaitskill’s new book of...

March 2017 Books to Read and Review 0

March 2017: Books to Read and Review

My books-to-read stack took a particularly beautiful turn this month, with gorgeously designed novels by Paul La Farge, Ali Smith and Kanishk Tharoor. As an H.P. Lovecraft fan, I’m really looking forward to La...