Frank Bill’s Southern Indiana is just 90 minutes down the road from our offices–and a whole ‘nother world away. Two reviews of his acclaimed book by Ken Honeywell and Steven Woods.
What did we learn when we asked writers for fifty words on their favorite book? Writers can’t count.
It’s a baseball book. Or is it? Ken Honeywell and David Anderson weigh in on Chad Harbach’s debut novel.
One reviewer is practically in line for the sequel; the other is peculiar. Find out who’s who.
Is Tina Fey’s memoir a sweet success or a trying transcript from therapy sessions? You decide.
Can Traci Cumbay maintain her unbeaten Punchout streak? Can winless Ken Honeywell pull the upset? Vote for your favorite review of Dana Spiotta’s novel Stone Arabia.
Traci Cumbay is the queen of the Punchouts. Can upstart challenger Carol Divish knock her out? Read what they have to say about The Psychopath Test and decide for yourself.
A dead boy is the life force of this impressive debut novel–and not in a Lovely Bones sorta way. Our reviewers tell all (and you decide which reviewer does so more eloquently).