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Goat Stories Etcetera
Simon J. Ortiz's "Men on the Moon: Collected Short Stories." [10-04-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Painless Poppy
Barbara Hodgson's "Opium: A Portrait of the Heavenly Demon." [09-27-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

El Inframundo
John Phillip Santos' "Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation." [09-20-99]
— Dorothy Cole, WEEKLY ALIBI

Would You Like Some More Bob?
A history of cannibalism... and recipes, too! [09-13-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

They Thought, Therefore They Were
"The Philosophers" covers the lives and ideas of 28 greats from Socrates to Sartre, so there isn't a lot of time or space for depth. [09-13-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

The Rhythm of the Waves
Alesandro Baricco's "Ocean Sea." [09-07-99]
— Valerie Yarberry, WEEKLY ALIBI

Sex Kick
John Gilmore's "Fetish Blonde" asks readers to question how far they themselves are willing to go. [08-30-99]
— Devin D. O'Leary, WEEKLY ALIBI

Da Wuhndahs of da Invisible Woyld
David Gates' "The Wonders of the Invisible World." [08-30-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Mysterious New Mexico
Michael McGarrity's Hermit's Peak. [08-23-99]
— Dorothy Cole, WEEKLY ALIBI

No Book
Gary Gach's "What Book!? Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop." [08-16-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Vain and Uninteresting New Yorkers
Tama Janowitz's sixth try at book-length fiction is a story suffused with unbelievable, dry diction, underdeveloped characters and metaphors that are all too often weak and convoluted. [08-02-99]
— Valerie Yarberry, WEEKLY ALIBI

Reacquainting Yourself with the "Classics"
So you want to reacquaint yourself with classic literature. Feeling a little rusty? Haven't picked up a book in a while? [08-02-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

The Truth About Papa
A spate of books marks the 100th anniversary of Ernest Hemingway's birth. [07-26-99]
— J.M. De Biasi, WEEKLY ALIBI

Serious Games
David Parlett's "The Oxford History of Board Games." [07-19-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Read It, Kids! Your Parents Don't Have to Know!
An acknowledged classic of Chicano literature and a celebrated piece of New Mexico's literary heritage runs afoul of some parents. [07-05-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Advanced Uncivilization
Mark Mazower's Dark Continent: Europe's Twentieth Century. [06-28-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Diverse Nations
Donald L. Fixico is rethinking American Indian history. [06-21-99]
— Dorothy Cole, WEEKLY ALIBI

Ignorance Is Not Bliss
J.R. Porter's "Jesus Christ: The Jesus of History, The Christ of Faith." [06-14-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

The Russian Remembers
Vladimir Nabokov's "Speak, Memory." [06-07-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

Mayan Folktales
Salted Sausage and Monkey Tales: James D. Sexton's "Mayan Folktales: Folklore from Lake Atitlan, Guatemala." [06-01-99]
— Steven Robert Allen, WEEKLY ALIBI

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