Alex Kotlowitz joins the ranks of the important few writers on the subject of urban poverty.
There Are No Children Here
by Alex Kotlowitz
Craig has done it. He's written a book that is a notch up. And I think he's solidified our trust in him as one of the best writers of the new millenium.
by Craig Clevenger
[...] a beguiling and arrestingly original mix, and suggests that unlike poor doomed Peter Jones, Ashon has a long literary career ahead of him.
by Will Ashon
The most thoughtful book by a footballer than I can remember reading.
The Italian Job
An early contender for this year's literary prizes in sport.
by Gianluca Vialli, Gabriele Marcotti
Hilarious and emotional... An amusingly cranky memoir.
The New York Times Book Review
by Neal Pollack
[...] inventive, scary and darkly humorous [...] a dash of Stephen King and a hint of Lovecraft but is really sui generis.
The Pilo Family Circus
by Will Elliott
Where have I been all of Chelsea Handler's life? I had no idea how funny, how brilliant she is. She is too clever for words.
Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea
New York Post
by Chelsea Handler
Mr. Currie is a startlingly talented writer whose book will pay no heed to ordinary narrative conventions... He survives the inevitable, apt comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut and writes in a tenderly mordant voice of his own...
New York Times
by Ron Currie, Jr.
Galveston is an assured debut full of hard truths, a throwback novel that ends up shouldering the noir genre forward.
Chuck Hogan, author of Devils in Exile and Prince of Thieves
by Nick Pizzolatto
In [...] a profound - and profoundly disturbing - debut novel, Ron Currie Jr. takes his place among the ranks of George Orwell, Aldous Huxley and Arthur C. Clark.
God is Dead
by Ron Currie, Jr.
Fantastic, very funny. The best sort of book about rock.
by Neil McCormick, Neil Gaiman
Great writers can write anything, and Plugged is proof.
The Washington Post
by Colfer Eoin
Tusi Tamasese expands the border of cinema. [...] with striking images and anecdotal flair [...] we look forward to his next film.
O Le Tulafale - The Orator
SPECIAL MENTION, 68th Venice Film Festival
by Tusi Tamasese
A hulking raconteur and iconoclast, [Van Ronk] fondly captures the spirit of the times.
The Mayor of MacDougal Street
by Van Ronk con Elijah Wald
A treat for any book lover, happily mated or cheerfully single.
Much Ado About Loving
by Maura Kelly, Jack Murningham
One of the absolutely essential books of our time.
The Thurber Carnival
Saturday Review of Literature
by James Thurber
Dick quietly produced serious fiction in popular form and there can be no greater praise.
by Philip K. Dick