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Into the Abyss

When Jay McInerney’s Bright Lights, Big City was published in 1984, it took the publishing world by storm and earned him permanent membership in the 1980’s club of young edgy writers dubbed “The Brat Pack”.  Bret Easton Ellis (Less Than … Continue reading

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4 Mini Reviews

The Kiss by Kathryn Harrison **** A very disturbing memoir about an incestuous relationship between a father and a daughter. In spite of this disturbing premise, this book is beautiful written an neither sensationalizes nor descends into a superficial rant … Continue reading

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The Rich Will Always Be With You

Newsflash: Bill O’Reilly is a ridiculous man.  In response to President Obama’s jobs bill, which would close tax loopholes and raise tax rates for the richest in our society, O’Reilly threatened to take his ball and go home: My corporations … Continue reading

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