Author Anne Carson takes a stab at the classic monster tale, which, in her hands, also becomes a tender love story.
Harmony Korine has churned out A Crackup at the Race Riots, which reads like the unexpurgated private notebook of a smart, nerdy high school boy who envies the bad kids.
One gets a shamefully titillating feeling perusing Bordertown, a collaboration of novelist Barry Gifford and photographer David Perry.
The prose of author Sanjay Nigam weaves an entrancing melody that's part fable, part novel and part magic.
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