Jim Marrs takes us on a wild ride into secret societies, Nazi wonder weapons, and why the Council of Foreign Relations is responsible for every bad thing ever.
In “Tiny: Streetwise Revisited,” the photographer Mary Ellen Mark chronicles the life of “Tiny” (Erin Charles), a street kid from Seattle.
After ten years of war, soldiers have grown weary. The leadership now endures uncouth criticism of its policy, accusations of self-interest and self-aggrandizement become commonplace. The gods remain fickle, taking sides and influencing the ground game. Some things never change.
This week I review Mike Resnick’s fast-paced military sci fi novel, The Prison in Antares, at CCLaP.
The small town of Arvida, Quebec, becomes the focal point for Samuel Archibald’s haunting short story collection.
In “Wilberforce” HS Cross crafts passages of agonizing psychological self-torment with a master’s ear for the perfect phrase.
This week I review Norman Mailer’s selected letters, giving a new perspective on an iconic and controversial author.
Ready for some guilty pleasures? I know I am.
Eerie Archives Volume 20 is “a delightful sampler of the grotesque and absurd.”