'Freedom,' Jonathan Franzen
Everyone’s assuming that Jonathan Franzen’s new novel is great Literature. What if it isn’t?
By Dan Herman
Tags: Arts & Culture, books
'Long for This World,' Jonathan Weiner
Reading Long for This World will make you feel like a lot of time has gone by.
By Michael Bowen
Put down the remote ...
Tags: Books, books
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'Medium Raw,' Anthony Bourdain
The Travel Channel host and former chef spices up food writing with the three Fs.
By Daniel Walters
Local booksellers, like most of us, have a preferred type. Is it you?
'Imperial Bedrooms,' Bret Easton Ellis
Bret Easton Ellis has written a satire. Either that, or he’s just sick.
By Luke Baumgarten
What to read
In a funny satiric novel, capitalism rapes countries even when it doesn’t mean to.
RPS Auntie's location kinda open
Tags: Books, shopping, books
'Voyager,' Stephen J. Pyne
We live in the Third Age of Exploration. Jealous, Magellan?
By Nicholas Deshais
'Super Sad True Love Story,' Gary Shteyngart
A May-December romance is crumbling. So is America.
'Beatrice and Virgil,' Yann Martel
Holocaust humor? It’s doomed to turn dark and depressing.
By Audrey Gore
'The Magicians,' Lev Grossman
A tale of magicians that's no fairy-tale fantasy.
'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest,' Stieg Larsson
After nearly 1,800 pages, the Millennium Trilogy fails to pull off a satisfying conclusion.
By Kevin Taylor
'American Voyeur,' Benoit Denizet-Lewis
Go inside the high school hook-up scene and you’ll uncover lots of self-doubt.
Vietnam novel focus of Get Lit's Big Read next year
Tags: Arts, Get Lit, books, Arts
The Sedaris Vacuum
It’s during the years he doesn’t have a book out that you can tell David Sedaris is a literary rock star.
Tags: Arts & Culture, books, comedy
When a journalist gets laid off, a fable about metaphysics and government control happens.
By Leah Sottile
Final night at Get Lit: Smith slams
Tags: Arts, books, Get Lit, Arts
'Shell Games,' Craig Welch
Puget Sound, 3 am: Law enforcement does surveillance on smugglers. And the contraband? Clams.
Left at the Baghdad Zoo
A Spokane writer has turned a soldier’s rescue efforts into children’s nonfiction.
By Tammy Marshall
Final three nights of Get Lit 2010
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
My opinion is that this is written with text
Posted by: Not Staff Is My Really Long Username That Makes Lines Wrap
on Aug 21, 2019
So much for civility: McMorris Rodgers' attack ad accused of "scare tactics" against Brown
By Mitch Ryals
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