Monthly Archives: October 2014

What Kirkus Reviews Says About Afterlife in Harlem

Kirkus Reviews Afterlife in Harlem AFTERLIFE IN HARLEM Mulligan, Terry Baker October 1, 2014 The shade of Alexander Hamilton helps Bill Clinton and a homeless Harlem waif bond in this cheerfully haphazard fantasia. With President Hillary Clinton settled in the … Continue reading

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4 **** Book Review: Covering, The Hidden Assault On Our Human Rights

“Covering, The Assault on Our Civil Rights” is a compact and meticulously researched book by Kenji Yoshino, a gay Japanese law professor. It is both a memoir about the demons Yoshino wrestled before coming out and a report, with legal … Continue reading

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“Lit in the Lou,” St Louis Literary Festival, October 10-12, 2014

The fun began on Friday night at a cocktail party; at 1o a.m. on Saturday morning, it was early and still chilly for our outdoor panel discussion on the memoir. Despite the nippy weather, we had a great moderator in … Continue reading

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4**** Review: Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon

Telegraph Avenue Telegraph Avenue focuses on a group of Oakland, California residents who are juggling various crises. The current issue on Telegraph is the pending opening of a mega-sized record store. The store, to be called Dogpile, threatens the existing … Continue reading

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Photos from MO HIstory Museum’s “Our Pens Are Mighty” Event

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