CCLaP Fridays: Fighting for an American Countryside, by Jennifer Vogel

This week Karl Wolff reviews “Fighting for an American Countryside” by Jennifer Vogel, an in-depth look at the economic, political, and cultural challenges facing rural Minnesota in a world ravaged by the Great Recession. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: Fighting for an American Countryside, by Jennifer Vogel

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The Sticks by Andy Deane @ Joe Bob Briggs

I review books for the Joe Bob Briggs website. For those unfamiliar with Joe Bob Briggs, he did reviews of drive-in fare on Monstervision (a staple of the TNT network in the Nineties).  Briggs is also an author and actor.  He played a small, hilarious, and pivotal role in Martin Scorsese’s Casino: In a literary marketplace still riding the wave of vampire fiction created by the Twilight series, it’s nice to see a book that focuses more on werewolves and is actually scary.  If you’re horror cravings demand adult language, cleavage, firearms, blood, carnage, and ultraviolence, then do yourself a … Continue reading The Sticks by Andy Deane @ Joe Bob Briggs

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