April 27, 2010
Read the review of Emily St. John Mandel’s The Singer’s Gun written by Gina Frangello of The Nervous Breakdown.
The writer must write what he has to say, not speak it. - Ernest Hemingway READ MORE
Read an Excerpt of Sometimes We’re Always Real Same Same through an interactive viewer
Read the “Sunday Book Review” written by Joseph Salvatore of the The New York Times Book Review.
When Roesch’s thoughtful first novel opens, Cesar Stone, a 17-year-old Los Angeles gang member whose brother is serving life for murder, is living alone with his financially struggling mother. Determined to make a better life, she moves…
See the entire “nose” comic by Marc Estrin author of The Annotated Nose (from which this comic is derived), Insect Dreams: The Half Life of Gregor Samsa, The Education of Arnold Hitler, Golem Song, The Lamentations of Julius Marantz and most recently The Good Doctor Gullotin
Marc Estrin is a writer, cellist, and activist living in Burlington, Vermont.