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Classical Literature

Don't Knock Thrillers

Mark Rubinstein | Posted 12.28.2014 | Books
Mark Rubinstein

A thriller is not a cozy mystery or a whodunit. It's a novel or play in which a threat to the life or well-being of the protagonist and/or other significant characters is paramount. Catastrophe will occur if the hero doesn't act decisively, and if necessary, with violence.

Camping It Up in Ancient Rome: A Queer Take on Catullus 16

Michael Broder | Posted 05.11.2013 | Gay Voices
Michael Broder

Gay readers have been told that we should despise this kind of poetry because it devalues us and has historically contributed to our stigmatization. And yet, much of this poetry can be great fun if we approach it as camp frivolity rather than earnest homophobic ridicule.

The Future of the Novel

Warren Adler | Posted 12.02.2012 | Books
Warren Adler

The book business has become a competing stew of infinite taste sensations that are offered up increasingly sliced and diced, and composed for an increasing segmented reading public.