‘Regulating Passion: Sexuality and Patriarchal Rule in Massachusetts 1700-1830’
By Kelly A. Ryan. Oxford University Press; 265 pgs., $55.
New book asks why you don’t call more often
‘The Jewish Daughter Diaries: True Stories of Being Loved Too Much by Our Moms’
Edited by Rachel Ament. Sourcebooks; 208 pgs., $14.99.
‘Potluck Supper With Meeting to Follow’
By Andy Sturdevant. Coffee House Press; 224 pgs., $22.
Jacinda Townsend comes to Carmichael's
By Jacinda Townsend. W.W. Norton & Company; 352 pgs., $24.95.
‘The Land We Dreamed: Poems’
By Joe Survant. University Press of Kentucky; 160 pgs., $19.95.
Angélique Kidjo’s inspiring life of music and activism
‘Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music’
By Angélique Kidjo with Rachel Wenrick. Harper Design; 256 pgs., $28.
Kelly Cogswell signs her new book "Eating Fire" Saturday at Carmichael's
“In 1992, when the Lesbian Avengers started, I was living in a loft on Avenue B with my ex-girlfriend Amy, and her roommate, Rennes, who would pick up closeted fags and have noisy, slurpy sex
Poet finds inspiration on Thunder Road
I did not love Bruce Springsteen until
I turned thirty and set my own home on fire,
By Kyle Minor. Sarabande Books; 198 pgs., $15.95.
It’s been four long years since humorist Dave Barry put out a book of essays, which is nearly unforgivable to most of his fans who grew accustomed to reading his thoughts weekly in a now reti