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Spyware

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Spyware" is a timely satire that is entertaining and thought-provoking in equal measure. In Colin Robertson’s satirical science fiction novel "Spyware", a computer virus spreads across the globe like a disease, infecting the most... Read More

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The Winter Riddle

by Claire Foster

Deck the halls and grab your Christmas garters! Sam Hooker’s smart, snarky new novel, "The Winter Riddle", is the best farce of the season. The Winter Witch is sick and tired of Vikings, jolly old elves, and frost giants. Her arctic... Read More

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Explosions

by Daniel Schindel

An unusual mixture of biography, comedy, action, and analysis, "Explosions" takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to one of the most popular but artistically dismissed film directors working today. Mathieu Poulin positions Michael Bay as a... Read More

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The Mouse That Snored

by Nancy Powell

"The Mouse That Snored" is whimsical and original, with often excellent comedic timing. Mel Horowitz’s "The Mouse That Snored" is an amusing farcical reinterpretation of American revolutionary heroes and myths. Humboldt “Humby”... Read More

Book Review

Rhyme Rhythm Reason

by Joseph S. Pete

"Rhyme Rhythm Reason" is a playful poetry collection—amusing and sometimes inspiring. Paul Drakeford’s Rhyme Rhythm Reason: More than Some of the Sum of My Poems puts a clever, witty, and poetic spin on the three Rs. This brief... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Dog

by Nancy Powell

Lark Benobi unabashedly takes on modern politics in all its bestial madness in "The Book of Dog", celebrating the joys of womanhood, diversity, and the wonders of nature. The apocalypse arrives in California via a yellow puffball... Read More

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