“Buried on Avenue B”
Peter de Jonge
“Masscult and Midcult”
New York Review Books, $16.95
Has a writer ever been more productive in death than Kurt Vonnegut? It’s a mini industry, from posthumous collections of his unpublished short fiction (“Look at the...
“Ponies & Rainbows”
BearManor Media, $32.95
Furst Reads in Sag
Ah, September in Paris — the bridges over the glittering Seine, the cafes, and, in Alan Furst’s latest novel of...
“The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat”
Free Press, $27
So how’s the East End market for literary readings? Strong? Steady? Saturated? Is the top-flight quality outpacing demand, or driven by it, and not just by the bursting supply...
At a recent morning assembly at an elementary school not far west of the Shinnecock Canal, the guest reader, Jay Schneiderman, was introduced as a renaissance man, if not...
Cottages of Gin Lane”
History Press, $21.99
Poetry Pops Up
Poets, prick up your ears: A new venue to air your verse has made itself available, open mike and all. On Tuesday starting at 5:30 p.m...