Books

Faces in the Flames
August 21, 2015 No Commentby

Faces in the Flames

The discernible omission of publication pertaining to WaterFire circulated infamously throughout northeast editorial circles. It became frequent water cooler chinwag ...

40 Years Later: Necronomicon Press Still Haunts RI
August 19, 2015 No Commentby

40 Years Later: Necronomicon Press Still Haunts RI

For four days this year, H.P. Lovecraft’s life, literature and 125th birthday will be celebrated at NecronomiCon; however, Lovecraftian groups ...

Alan Moore's Providence Explores the Horror of Reality
August 19, 2015 No Commentby

Alan Moore’s Providence Explores the Horror of Reality

As Providence gears up for NecronomiCon, a semi-annual gathering to celebrate the life and work of one of Rhode Island’s ...

Book Review: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Sanity
July 29, 2015 1 commentby

Book Review: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Sanity

Dick Martin was born and raised in Gloucester, RI, and made his living as a teacher at Burriville High School ...

2015 Summer Reading Guide: Classics and Local Soon-to-be Classics
June 3, 2015 No Commentby

2015 Summer Reading Guide: Classics and Local Soon-to-be Classics

I wanted to do things a little differently for this year’s summer reading guide. There are so many fantastic classics ...

Book Review: Jeff Danielian's Seasonal Ramblings
April 29, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Jeff Danielian’s Seasonal Ramblings

It took me a bit of time to find a connection with Jeff Danielian’s first book of poetry, Seasonal Ramblings. ...

Book Review: Conscious Unparenting
February 18, 2015 3 commentsby

Book Review: Conscious Unparenting

Conscious Unparenting, by Kim Kinzie and Dawn Michael, is to our contemporary culture of modern American Parenting what the only ...

Book Review: Raymond A. Wolf's Gramma Larson Remembers Elvis Presley
January 21, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Raymond A. Wolf’s Gramma Larson Remembers Elvis Presley

Elvis is arguably one of the most influential artists of all time. He bridged the gap between the white-dominated country ...

Book Review: Jessica Lee Metcalf's The Last Daughter of Lilith
December 23, 2014 1 commentby

Book Review: Jessica Lee Metcalf’s The Last Daughter of Lilith

The Last Daughter of Lilith is a true coming-of-age story. Katrina seems to be a normal kid living a normal ...

Book Review: Lt. Michael Morse's Rescuing Providence
November 18, 2014 No Commentby

Book Review: Lt. Michael Morse’s Rescuing Providence

Emergency services used to get a bad rap before September 11, 2001. After that day, there wasn’t a firefighter or ...