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A hilariously horrible childhood is celebrated in a new, and different, memoir.
Filmmaker Ethan Coen's new poetry collection combines small-press attitude with big-name marketability.
Art Spiegelman pays tribute to a surreal superhero and his comics-crazed creator.
Cult novelist Jonathan Lethem finds out if good things really do come in small packages.
Celebrating the cinematic surrealism of Luis Buñuel.
Reveling in the flaky splendor of oddball geniuses lost to history.
Normalcy sheds its skin in the ultra freaky "Cobralingus."
Two new books find fascination in the wacky world of ventriloquism.
Eric Bogosian puts a bullet into the brain of Middle America.
Who is George Saunders and why is he unleashing his inner Gappers?
Larry Clark shoots up and heads out to "Tulsa."
Keep On Truckin'
Can a boy named Sarah find happiness as a truck stop hooker?
Angst In My Pants
David Boring proves that comics aren't just for kids.
Famous And Heinous
Cintra Wilson punctures the bloated carcass of celebrity in 'A Massive Swelling'.
Cultural scholars hustle to discover whatever happened to the '70s.
Home Sweet Horror
A postmodern, time-warped, creepy cult classic.
Neil Labute raises the shock-bar with his latest play "Bash."
All you ever wanted to know about "All About Eve."
The Spacewurm catapults voyeurism into the 21st century.
Schaefer's study is as timely as today's headlines, and of course, for Adults Only!
In "Invisible Monsters," Fight Club author Palahniuk proves that the cultural terrorist sensibility which fueled his earlier work is still intact.
Lethem creates a conventionally satisfying thriller while simultaneously transcending the well-worn genre.
His characters may be twisted, but Wallace conveys true joy is in his exhilarating experimental writing style.