Tuesday, September 2, 2008

New Book Reviews at NewPages

September book reviews are posted at NewPages. This month I reviewed Dear Everybody by Michael Kimball, which I have been shouting about for months. I also reviewed Lands of Memory by Felisberto Hernandez, published by the excellent and important New Directions.

Here's the full lineup:

Dear Everybody by Michael Kimball, reviewed by Josh Maday

Vacation by Deb Olin Unferth, reviewed by Matt Bell

Liam's Going by Michael Joyce, reviewed by Rav Grewal-Kök

In the Land of the Free by Geoffrey Forsyth, reviewed by Sean Lovelace

New World Order by Derek Green, reviewed by Dan Wickett

Sound + Noise by Curtis Smith, reviwed by Matt Bell

Bill's Formal Complaint by Dan Kaplan, reviewed by Micah Zevin

Lands of Memory by by Felisberto Hernández, Translated from the Spanish by Esther Allen, reviewed by Josh Maday

Who Can Save Us Now?, Brand-New Superheroes and their Amazing (Short) Stories Ed. by Owen King and John McNally, reviewed by Matt Bell

In Hovering Flight by Joyce Hinnefeld, reviewed by Christina Hall


*** UPDATE ***


New literary magazine reviews posted today, too. These:

Brick :: Feile-Festa :: Jubilat :: Marginalia :: Mississippi Review:: Open Face Sandwich :: Pleiades :: Prick of the Spindle :: Raving Dove :: River Styx :: Seneca Review :: Skidrow Penthouse :: West Branch

5 comments:

Ortho said...

Wow, your review of Dear Everybody was spectacular. Maybe I will add the text to my book "Wish List."

Josh Maday said...

Thanks, Ortho. Yeah, I probably don't even have to say that I highly recommend Dear Everybody. It really is an amazing book. And I can say that neither the review nor any raving I've done about the novel are hyperbole. I'd love to hear/read your thoughts if you decide to read it.

BlogSloth said...

2 a month? Dude.

Josh Maday said...

I took last month off, so . . .

Nice review of In the Land of the Free. Just for that, I'm going to send you a DVD copy of Bait Shop.

Ortho said...

Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.