“Gravity Is Stronger Here by Phyllis B. Dooney and Jardine Libaire acts both as a time capsule and a group portrait. Capturing images from an eccentric rural south, the book gives voice to the paranoia, rage, and love in its people.” Continue reading Pride Plus: Gravity Is Stronger Here by Phyllis B. Dooney and Jardine Libaire @ nyjb
An update about CCLaP reviews, political neutrality, and idiots not wearing masks. Continue reading Shelter in Place Update: Part Infinity
“Arlene Gottfried’s photographs chronicle the excitement and everyday strangeness of a New York City long since forgotten.” Continue reading Sometimes Overwhelming, by Arlene Gottfried @ nyjb
It’s not about me. It’s about us. Continue reading Critic’s Notebook: Gay Pride Month, Juneteenth, and July 4th
A few random updates. Happy Pride Month! Continue reading Shelter in Place IV: Pride Mid-Month Update
“Art After Stonewall is an engaging and illuminating chronicle of gay liberation. Art, photography, essays, and interviews reveal a movement in all its triumph and shortcomings.” Continue reading Art After Stonewall, 1969 – 1989, by Jonathan Weinberg @ NYJB
The Driftless Area Review celebrate Gay Pride! Continue reading Celebrating Pride Month!
Have you been washing your hands? Obeying social distancing guidelines? If not, please do so. Let’s combat this pandemic and then we can get on with the rest of our lives. Anyone else really want to go to a bookstore or a mall or a restaurant? The lockdown has given me time to update the blog. I have begun the CCLaP review updates, updating nearly a dozen blog entries, including book reviews and essays. I have also updated all my Joe Bob Briggs website book reviews. These include two “lost” book reviews. I categorize them as “lost” because Joe Bob … Continue reading Blog Update: Shelter in Place II plus 2 “lost” reviews!
My article on The Dune Encyclopedia is in the latest issue of Litteraria Pragensia. Continue reading Avant-Futures from Litteraria Pragensia
“The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Masterpiece Paintings is a book ready for heirloom status. From prehistory to contemporary art, the book provides an encyclopedic array of art, from the famous to the anonymous. The wealth contained therein—visual and textual—is priceless.” Continue reading The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Masterpiece Paintings by Kathryn Calley Galitz @ nyjb