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SN&R Vol 23 Issue 31
Mixing fiction with memoir isn’t a bad idea, provided you’re clear about it.
By Trina L. Drotar
This article was published on 11.17.11
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 30
Ry Cooder is a guitarist who knows his way around both Los Angeles and crime.
This article was published on 11.10.11
Chuck Palahnuik’s latest novel takes a 13-year-old girl to the underworld.
By Vivienne Finche
Sacramento native Joan Didion remembers her late daughter, and struggles with grief, parenthood and age.
By Kel Munger
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 29
Zoran Drvenkar’s novel asks a lot of questions about ethics and apologies while taking a close-up look at a murder.
This article was published on 11.03.11
Paulo Coehlo’s latest novel is about a middle-aged novelist—named Paulo—finding desire and forgiveness.
By Sandy Thomas
After more than 30 years, it’s still a compelling story, and Julia Scheeres adds both new information and a new perspective.
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 28
If you’ve only got time for one book about organized labor, Philip Dray’s should be the one.
This article was published on 10.27.11
In John Warner’s novel, the funny man goes from boom to bust, all in the media spotlight.
The Best American Comics 2011 includes both high art and profane politics.
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