Can't live without
Between drinking and puking, Bukowski
found time for fucking.
Supertankers carry dinosaurs in their bellies and threaten to swallow us
A handful of my favorite books of the year, some old, some new.
Divided and conquered.
Howard Zinn uncovers the ugly truth about how the U.S. Government has kept
the people it is sworn to protect under the heel of capitalist oppression.
If you think America is or ever was a democracy, this
book will set you straight.
Time trips, stumbles, moves
Passing the time with three summertime
favorites by Ray Bradbury, Martin Amis, and Alan Lightman.
You know, when you grope for
Norman Mailer's classic account of Apollo 11 plus passing references to other
sources of lunacy.
Drunks Like Us
A classic poem of Prohibition-era debauchery is given new life by Art
Spiegelman's jazzy illustrations.
Of Mice and Germans
Borowski and Spiegelman bring the Holocaust home.
A Prague Trilogy
Three novels examine the eternal Soviet-era question: to flee or not
Life After Irony
Scab-pickin' Kicks with
All the News that Doesn't
Forget Stephen King, here's a book
that's really scary.