Sunday, May 27, 2007

Today's Inquirer reviews ...

... John Freeman looks at Natasha Tretheway's Pulitzer-winning Native Guard: Poems give voice to the forgotten.

... and Michael Peich chats with Tretheway: Erecting monuments: To troops, her mother.

... Maxine Clarke has a theory about James Grippando's latest: Soap opera shocks plus thriller chills.

... Katherine Bailley encounters Margaret Drabble's The Sea Lady: Drabble, with Orator: Second childhood of distinguished lives.

... Rathe Miller checks out Anthony Holden's latest poker adventures: The sequel to hitting the poker-book jackpot.

... Katie Haegele is impressed with some short fiction for young adults: Young Adult Reader | Genre's best writers pen a fine collection of young adult tales.

... there's also a bit of Harry Potter news: For 'Potter' finale, midnight hoopla.

During the past week, Ed Pettit had high praise for a new Tolkien: More about Middle-Earth before Frodo.

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