Almost 20 Years On, The Story of Columbine is Haunting and Still Too Relevant

Book review: Columbine, by Dave Cullen (Amazon / Book Depository) Anyone reading here knows I'm a huge fan of narrative (or creative) nonfiction, a genre that can encompass a lot, but the key element is nonfiction that uses narrative literary structures, styles and concepts similar to those used in fiction. Books like Adrian Nicole LeBlanc's... Continue Reading →

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Poetic Explorations of American Culture, History, Race, and the Downsides of NYC

Book review: Notes from No Man's Land, by Eula Biss (Amazon / Book Depository) I discovered Eula Biss's confrontational but melodic, intelligent and analytical writing in the collection Tales of Two Americas. It's a great collection of essays, stories, and poems all dealing somehow with various aspects of American inequality. She contributed a piece about the concept of... Continue Reading →

On Living and Forgiving

Book review: Surviving the Angel of Death, by Eva Mozes Kor (Amazon / Book Depository) If you're familiar with any Holocaust or Auschwitz documentaries, you've probably seen or heard of Eva Mozes Kor. She's the living badass who, as a child along with her twin Miriam, survived the infamous Dr. Mengele's nightmarish experiments on twins... Continue Reading →

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