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In This Issue:

Our Relationship To Whom We Review

November Spotlight: More Blood, More Tracks Revisits Love & Loss In Bob Dylan’s Most Private Story

Poetry: A Meditation On Blood On The Tracks: “Hymns To the Repetition Wheel”

Artist Profile: “Some of the Many Faces of Bob Dylan,” Featuring Original Drawings By Eric Ward

Music Spotlight: Steven Graves’ How Long

November Audio Spotlight: Featuring New Selections On Trump & Russia and American Prisons

November Nonfiction Spotlight: How To Survive In An Age of Bullshit

Guest Review: Orson Welles’ Touch of Evil

Guest Review: Godless Recreates the Western In Stunning Fashion

Audio Spotlight: Ann Coulter Challenges the Liberal Contingent, David Lynch In His Own Words

Artist Profile: New Art From Eric Ward Mourns the Numbing of A Culture

September Spotlight: Joe Hagan’s Sticky Fingers Tells the Story of Rolling Stone Magazine

August Spotlight: The Good Mothers Take On Calabria’s Criminal Empire

July Spotlight: New Bukowski, Keith Gessen’s Terrible Country, Gregory Crouch’s Bonanza King

The Summer Cengage Reference Shelf: New In Medicine, Law & Legal Studies and Tech & Trade

Guest Review: Michael Moreci’s The Throw Away

Film Sequels Worth A Second Look: Incredibles 2 and Kobra Kai

July Spotlight On Audio: Lifestyle Changes To Fight Cancer & Real Answers On How Trump Won

In the Spotlight: Snapshots On the Penguin Classics

July Spotlight: New From Macmillan Audio

In the Spotlight: Laura Smith’s The Art of Vanishing Forces You To Question Your Core

June Spotlight: Gear’s This Scorched Earth Destined To Become A Classic

From Rat’s Notebook: The San Francisco Giants & Until There’s A Cure, 25 Years Later

Spotlight On Audio: Hot Summer Fiction From Penguin-Random House Audio

May Spotlight: Vegan Recipes For Every Occasion

Spotlight On Fiction: The Night Dahlia Features R.S. Belcher At His Best

Celebrating National Poetry Month: Bob Dylan’s The Nobel Lecture Released In Hardcover

John Aiello Writes In Celebration of National Poetry Month: “Poem Flowers”

April Fiction: Eric Jerome Dickey Blends Danger & Sensuality In His Latest Thriller

Spotlight On Audio: The Science of Timing, Diet Versus Metabolism & More

Guest Review: Bobby BlueJacket Mixes Crime & Politics In Compelling Fashion

Spotlight On Audio: Baldwin’s Trump, When Things Fall Apart

Guest Review: The Sustainable City

Spotlight On Science Fiction: Thoraiya Dyer’s Titan’s Forest Series

From Rat’s Notebook: Remembering Seminal Bluesman Brownie McGhee During Black History Month

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Spotlight On Poetry: Michael McClure’s Voice of the Animal Self

Spotlight On Reference: New This Term From Elsevier

Spotlight On Reference: Echocardiography and Valvular Heart Disease from Dr. Catherine Otto

New Reference Texts In Cardiology & Wilderness Medicine

Advancements In Heart & Kidney Transplants in Rat On Reference

  • For A Survey of Renal and Cardiac Texts, Go Here

Elsevier Interventions
Elsevier Echocardiography

For extensive coverage of the medical sciences (in addition to other disciplines), go to our Reference and Industry News sections.

Notice To Publishers, Record Labels & Writers

John Aiello’s Biography

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4 comments on “In This Issue:

  1. The redesigned website looks terrific. Well done! – Denise

    • Jacob Aiello
      August 6, 2013

      Thank you, Denise!

  2. tony burrell
    December 16, 2014

    Hi John, deepcoast14@yahoo.com Thanks

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