Thursday, March 20, 2008

Fresh Batch of Literary Magazine Reviews at NewPages

Yes, it's that time once again. More lit mag reviews at NewPages, including my reviews of Conjunctions, Phoebe, and Redivider.

Looksee, looksee.

Also, my review of William Walsh's debut novel Without Wax will be in the next group of book reviews. Matt Bell has already posted his review and Blake Butler's review of WW is in the latest print issue of Rain Taxi. I'm pretty sure the general consensus is that Without Wax is excellent. It's due out March 24, officially, but it's available to order on Amazon now.

UPDATE: The latest batch of book reviews has been posted at NewPages, including my review of William Walsh's Without Wax, which is now available. An interview with Walsh is available on the Keyhole blog, along with Michael Kimball reading an excerpt from his new novel Dear Everybody. Well worth a look and a listen.

2 comments:

BLAKE BUTLER said...

nice reviews. and thank you. you should one day write a book of theory/criticism. you are good at it.

Josh Maday said...

thanks, blake. a book of theory/criticism sounds fun. i know some folks think theory is stupid-dumb-useless-yucky, but i don't really care. i like it. a lot.