On the Horizon

January 6, 2007 admin 0

Following an unexpected holiday-time hiatus, Dave Robeson’s Bloodstained Bookshelf is back with an updated list of crime and mystery novels set for publication in the […]

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Resolve This

January 6, 2007 admin 0

Book lovers who have resolved to shed a few pounds in the new year aren’t alone … nor will they find themselves without books to […]

Hergé at 100

January 3, 2007 admin 0

When it comes to the arts, I often think that people divide into two cultural camps. For instance, in the late 1960s, you either liked […]

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So Long, Hemingway

January 3, 2007 admin 1

In a piece that will send cultural alarm bells ringing through library systems everywhere, The Washington Post’s Lisa Rein writes that “in the effort to […]

Literal Wife Swapping

January 3, 2007 admin 0

Today in January Magazine, contributing editor Cherie Thiessen looks at Small Acts of Sex and Electricity by Lisa Haines. According to Thiessen, the author of […]

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Commemorating Oblivion

January 3, 2007 admin 0

“How will we remember 2006? As the year Kiran Desai won the Booker, or the year that David Mitchell didn’t?” Stuart Kelly asked in The […]

Best Books of 2006

December 31, 2006 admin 0

Of the thousands of books January Magazine’s writers and editors reviewed throughout 2006, here are the ones that really stood out in our minds. To […]

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No. 1 Again

December 31, 2006 admin 0

What do novelists Ian Rankin and Alexander McCall Smith have in common? Other than that they were both reared in Scotland (though Smith was actually […]