Wise, worldly, and deft at connecting unlikely yet fascinating topics—perhaps as a reminder that poetry has no problem with String Theory—Florence Fogelin is a graduate of Duke, with a master’s from Yale. Her poems have appeared in... Read More
October 5, 2015
Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published October 5, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in October 2015.
A First Time Parent’s Survival Guide deserves a place on new parents’ shelves for its much-needed humor, practical advice, and valued perspective. Any parent can recall that the first days after bringing home a newborn are heady... Read More
A moment of human weakness irrevocably changes one woman’s life during the Depression in this unforgettable work. How can a moment of weakness, the slightest lapse in judgment, forever alter someone’s life? How can any small, trivial... Read More
Both a thrilling romance and tender story of love, this lyrical tour de force is for anyone who’s ever been moved by poetry. An evocative tale of underwater trysts, Aztec treasure hunts, and one woman’s quest to unlock the mystery of... Read More
Journalism and politics in a 1970s Mexico replete with petro dollars, corruption, and murder of the voiceless. "Death in Veracruz" is the first of Mexican journalist Héctor Aguilar Camín’s novels to be translated into English. First... Read More