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Boogie Rites
Cultural scholars hustle to discover whatever happened to the '70s. [08-28-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Home Sweet Horror
A postmodern, time-warped, creepy cult classic. [07-31-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Cruel Intentions
Neil Labute raises the shock-bar with his latest play "Bash." [07-17-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Bitch's Brew
All you ever wanted to know about "All About Eve." [05-15-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Aural Examination
The Spacewurm catapults voyeurism into the 21st century. [03-06-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Sin Cine
Schaefer's study is as timely as today's headlines, and of course, for Adults Only! [01-24-00]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Stealing Beauty
In "Invisible Monsters," Fight Club author Palahniuk proves that the cultural terrorist sensibility which fueled his earlier work is still intact. [12-20-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Madman, P.I.
Lethem creates a conventionally satisfying thriller while simultaneously transcending the well-worn genre. [10-11-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Simply Hideous
His characters may be twisted, but Wallace conveys true joy is in his exhilarating experimental writing style. [08-02-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Archetype Of Madness
Skal traces the literary and cinematic archetype of the mad-scientist character. [06-28-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Guess What Time It Is
"Saturday Morning Fever: Growing Up With Cartoon Culture" is an entertaining history of Saturday morning programming. [04-12-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

A Cunning Linguist
Using the mock-authoritative tone of a science textbook, Marcus fashions a meditative rumination on the physical world. [04-12-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Knock On Wood
The long-lost autobiography of wacked film director Ed Wood Jr. surfaces. [03-01-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Wal-Mart Nation
To the ever-expanding list of vanishing Americana, we must now add the Bookmark, Tucson's last family owned and operated general interest bookstore. [01-19-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

TV Or Not TV?
A new short-story collection reflects the obsessive desires of a pop-culture junkie to create new meaning from a steady diet of TV commercials. [01-11-99]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

Razing Fences
Robert Coover's latest novel, "Ghost Town," is a bizarre, experimental western/horror/postmodern satire. [11-02-98]
— Jeff Yanc, TUCSON WEEKLY

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