John Plesant Grey probably never saw the gunplay he describes in his memoir, "When All Roads Led To Tombstone," but he's no worse than others who've written long-after-the-fact Tombstone books.
Philippe Bourgois, an anthropologist, spent five years in a Puerto Rican barrio in East Harlem studying the culture of crack cocaine.
In "The Perfect Vehicle," Melissa Holbrook Pierson sets out to explore the motorcycle mystique.
We hope the emergence of publisher Checker Comics is a promising portent for talented artists and neglected readers alike.
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