Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mass Movement

New Painting and the City review by Amy Dodge at online magazine Mass Movement.

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Babylonian Trilogy

I recently finished reading The Babylonian Trilogy by Sébastien Doubinsky. The author is French, and this is his first book to be published in English. It’s one of those brain-rattling books that come along too rarely. I’m hoping it will … Continue reading

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Bibliophile Stalker Interview

The amazing Charles Tan has posted an interview with me where I babble about various things.

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Some Reviews

Jason Pettus at The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography. And Matt Denault at Strange Horizons.

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Stack of Books

It’s July, and that means The Painting and the City is officially out. From the book jacket: What is the secret contained in Philip Schuyler’s painting? Who was the woman he depicted, the innocent woman and her dark stalker? The Kreunen … Continue reading

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Manahatta Project

Review in the July 2 New York Times of the Manahatta Project exhibit at The Museum of the City of New York. I first posted about it here. From the museum’s site: Mannahatta/Manhattan: A Natural History of New York City … Continue reading

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Locus Review

New review of The Painting and the City by Faren Miller in the July issue of Locus magazine. I’ve linked to an excerpt from it at the PS News Blog: Meanwhile, Locus Magazine reviewer Faren Miller finds much to love … Continue reading

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