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Total Immersion

First-time novelist Marjorie Celona delves deeply into her characters

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Published to wide acclaim in early January, the affecting Y is a novel of myriad pleasures, the most obvious being Celona’s sensitive, psychologically complex conception of Shannon, a character who refuses to leave one’s consciousness.   

Wired for Words

Leah Stewart’s love of the written word goes way back

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 13, 2013
 It’s a frigid weekday afternoon in early February, less than three weeks after the publication of Leah Stewart’s fourth novel, The History of Us, a Cincinnati-set coming-of-age tale marked by psychological insight, a sneakily addictive narrative thrust and a deft use of dialogue.   

About a Boy

Cincinnati native Rakesh Satyal discusses his debut novel, 'Blue Boy'

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Rakesh Satyal's 'Blue Boy' tells the story of Kiran, a Indian-American boy who lives in a quaint Cincinnati suburb. The 12-year-old does everything he can to meet his parents' expectations. Yet Kiran isn't like other boys: He prefers ballet and his mother's Estée Lauder make-up, proclivities that alienate him from not only the other kids but also his fellow Indians at temple.   

A Brief History of the Future (Review)

Jacques Attali - Arcade Publishing

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 22, 2009
The good news about Jacques Attali’s latest literary work is that in painting a startling and timely picture of humanity’s downward spiral, the author does not mince words or cop to his own smarts — that’s no small feat for a world-renowned economist, one that is especially impressive considering his counterparts’ failure to deliver even the broadest short-term fiscal projections without confounding CNN viewers on a nightly basis.   

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