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  Kelly Bedard

I feel like I’ve been waiting for one of the networks to make Camp for years. It’s the perfect summer show- low stakes, lots of fun, character-centric dramedy. And scripted. It’s important that it’s scripted (I start to go crazy with only Drop Dead Diva and Rookie Blue satisfying my insatiable craving for lighthearted but […]

  Borah Coburn

David Mark’s debut, The Dark Winter, is a stout, hardy, character-driven mystery that treats what is an introductory novel as a satisfying, whole, stand-alone work, complete with office politics, fleshy back story, and a series of seemingly random murders—as well as an interesting question posed concerning mercy and justice. The Dark Winter features the mysterious […]

  Borah Coburn

Arcadia is Lauren Groff’s second novel and it’s wonderful. I read Groff’s first novel, The Monster’s of Templeton, years ago, and I liked it quite a bit. But I love Arcadia more. The book’s about Bit—the first-born child of a hippie commune called Arcadia—and his life (in Arcadia and Outside, as a child and an […]