Book Review: The Disaster Artist – My Life Inside the Room, the Greatest Bad...

I cannot recommend The Disaster Artist highly enough. It might be one of the best reads I’ve had in a very long time.

Book Review: Baseball as a Road to God

One of the most rewarding aspects of John Sexton’s Baseball as a Road to God is that while it is deeply theological, it fares away from being preachy and overtly evangelical.

On Afghanistan and Indifference: Khaled Hosseini’s ‘And The Mountains Echoed’

And The Mountains Echoed surpasses Hosseini’s other novels, from a literary standpoint and its ability to illuminate and make real Afghanistan’s modern history.

Book Review: The Sisters Brothers

The Sisters Brothers by Patrick De Witt is authentically Western.

Book Review: The Fry Chronicles – An Autobiography

Having now finished the most recent autobiographical offering from Stephen Fry I can say without hesitation that he is an individual brave in his honesty.

Book Review: Manifesto – A Novel

Manifesto would seem like nothing more than a desperate, self-righteous attempt at capturing humanity. But it is real.

Book Review: Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs

The problem with a great writer is that unless they are writing about something interesting and engaging, all their skill is going to waste.

Revolution On Canvas: Worth a Thousand Words

Revolution on Canvas is filled with poetry and prose from several talented musicians from indie bands and other artists. The range of artists participating is an impressive one.

Book Review: Please Kill Me – The Uncensored Oral History of Punk

So you want to know who started it all, huh? Who the fuck started PUNK ROCK? Well, let me tell you something: It doesn’t fucking matter.