The singer-songwriter’s latest album builds on the late-80s sound he’s been developing on his last few records, and gives us his strongest collection of songs in a long time.
This dystopian novel from over 30 years ago feels frighteningly relevant to our current political situation.
Ruffle the pages of Raymond Chandler’s Hollywood murder mystery, and you can see Shane Black’s career taking form.
Gene Wolfe’s science-fantasy epic is bizarre, frustrating, and fascinating in equal measure. Not sure I’d recommend it, but I’m definitely going to read it again.
Without a sure-fire prospect available at their draft pick, the Nuggets had to adopt an odds-based approach
Before talking about the Nuggets’ options in this draft, it’s important to talk about the players who are unlikely to become an option.
The new Pirates of the Caribbean film is really, really bad, despite a desperate attempt to copy the pretty good original.
Malcolm Gladwell’s book purports to look at individuals, but eventually ends up making the case for society at large.
Emily St. John Mandel’s novel got me thinking about how different genres approach character-building and world-building differently.
Hey, I read and reviewed a business book! Actually, it’s kind of a self-help book. Maybe it’s both.
Neil Gaiman’s famous fantasy paean to Americana is heavy on ideas, but disappointingly short on story.