At the Washington Post, Bethanne Patrick is chilled by John Grisham’s THE APPEAL and Patrick Anderson finds Douglas Preston’s new thriller BLASPHEMY to be “entirely readable.”
Thank goodness Joan Brady refutes the nonsense perpetuated last week about her being “reduced” to writing thrillers in this interview with the Guardian’s Stuart Jeffries.
Yes, it is the end of Brian K. Vaughan’s comic Y: THE LAST MAN. USA Today tracks the 60-volume series and why fans are weeping it is coming to a close. NY Magazine’s Vulture blog also talked with Vaughan.
Robert Weaver is remembered for his legendary editing skills by Robert Fulford. (via)
Ed goes hunting at the U.S. Copyright Office and reports back some fascinating results.
Winnipeg resident Andrew Davidson tells his local paper, the Free Press, what it was like to win the literary lottery.
And finally, these are certainly musical pasts to forget. Oh yes.