Joseph Edwin Haeger interviews Gabino Iglesias about his novel Coyote Songs, gaining insights into this brilliant book, his approach, and establishing a genre all his own.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Lonesome Bodybuilder by Yukiko Motoya; translated by Asa Yoneda. (Soft Skull Press)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews If Any Gods Lived by Michael J. Wilson. (Stalking Horse Press)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Song My Enemies Sing by James Reich. (Anti-Oedipus Press)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Jimbo Yojimbo by David W. Barbee. (Eraserhead Press)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Way We Came In by Kelby Losack. (Broken River Books)
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Sad Laughter: A Totally Unessential and Demotivational Guide to Reading, Writing, and Publishing by Brian Alan Ellis. (Civil Coping Mechanisms)
In her latest book, Clementine Ford envisions a future away from toxic masculinity, where a greater education will see the boys of tomorrow reverse the culture of today.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Destroy All Monsters by Jeff Jackson. (FSG Originals)
George Christie’s version of his life as charter president of the Hells Angels is as verbally grandiose as it is proudly grim. Consider it a literary chain across one’s face.