My newest review for Library Journal has been published. This starred review looks at Luc Herman’s and Steve Weisenburger’s analysis of Thomas Pynchon‘s Gravity’s Rainbow from the point of view of theorists and ideas prevalent in the Long Sixties. Their book is called, Gravity’s Rainbow, Domination, and Freedom, and is forthcoming from University of Georgia Press.
I am always challenged reading Thomas Pynchon, critical approaches to his work and appreciated the opportunity to review this book. Thank you Library Journal.
My review of Pallas Athene’s 2013 publication of Ford Madox Ford’s impressionistic memoirs, Memories of a Pre-Raphaelite Youth, has been published in the 01 October 2013 issue of Library Journal.
The memoirs in this volume have been selected from an earlier, now out-of-print, edition of Ford’s memoirs, edited by Michael Killigrew in 1971, titled Your mirror to My times: The Selected Autobiographies and Impressions of Ford Madox Ford.
I admit I posted this update to my writing a bit late.
C’est la vie.
LIBRARY JOURNAL has published a starred review written by me of Franco Moretti’s THE BOURGEOIS: BETWEEN HISTORY AND LITERATURE in the 15 June 2013 issue.
Take a look here.
I recommend all readers dash over to Gently Read Literature and subscribe to the 2013 publication cycle so you can read my two review essays on Robert Day’s Where I am Now – Stories and Neil de la Flor’s An Elephant’s Memory of Blizzards.
The contents for the current issue can be found here.
Looking forward to the publication of two new book reviews in a literary magazine. Details will follow as the date of said publication draws nearer.
But for the time being, the two books in-process are:
Neil de La Flor’s An Elephant’s Memory of Blizzards.
Marsh Hawk Press, 2013. ISBN: 978098823560
Robert Day’s Where I am Now – Stories. BkMk Press – University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2012. ISBN: 9781886157828