Archive for April, 2006

Susan McKeown at Glucksman Ireland House (NYC)

by Michael on Sunday, April 9th, 2006

On Friday night Jenn and I joined our friend woj for a trip down to NYC to see Susan McKeown perform at Glucksman Ireland House. Woj already wrote a fine review of the show, so I’ll just add a link to a few photos I took during the performance. I thought Susan and the gang […]


by Michael on Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Four and Twenty Blackbirds by Cherie Priest [4.5/5] Eden Moore sees ghosts, and not just any ghosts either. She sees the spirits of three sisters who were killed long ago by her great-grandfather, a sorko (African sorcerer) who now has designs on her. This wonderful piece of Southern gothic horror is Cherie Priest‘s debut novel, […]

Four and Twenty Blackbirds

by Jennifer on Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Usually I stress over these book reviews and try so hard to get them just right. Those who have known me for a while may recall a convention (it might have been spread over several) where I was conflicted over what I perceived as a separation between being a literary agent by profession and being […]