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Archive for February, 1994

  1. Douglas Cooper’s Amnesia  • 
    This book review was originally published in the Baltimore City Paper on February 23, 1994. Canadian author Douglas Cooper’s debut novel, Amnesia, is a lot like an Escher painting. It twists your mind into strange positions, it dabbles in philosophically challenging angles and perceptions that could never exist in real life, and it ultimately leaves […]
  2. Elizabeth Tallent’s Honey  • 
    This book review was originally published in the Baltimore City Paper on February 9, 1994. “It gets James out of bed in the barely-there light,” Elizabeth Tallent writes at the beginning of the story “James Was Here,” the last (and best) in her new collection, Honey. “He’s going to carry a gun.” Like most of […]