Philip K. Dick gets the graphic treatment
Recent times have been good to Philip K. Dick. He has received more recognition and, somewhat as a result, been legitimized.
How to handle a pedophile
Crime by Irvine Welsh. W.W. Norton; 352 pgs., $14.95.
The darker side
Pygmy by Chuck Palahniuk. Doubleday; 256 pages, $24.95.
This one’s for readers and writers. Spalding University’s Festival of Contemporary Writing, which starts Saturday, May 23, will offer free readings for eight days.
Shoulda, woulda, coulda
No Regrets: 101 Fabulous Things to Do Before You’re Too Old, Married, or Pregnant
By Sarah Ivens. Broadway Books; 268 pgs., $14.
A fictional Shaker village and its modern re-creation have some uncomfortable commonalities in a new mystery by Susan Wittig Albert.
A Matter of Justice: An Inspector Ian Rutledge Mystery
(By Charles Todd. Morrow; 330 pgs., $24.99)
Lynn Tincher releases novel "Afterthoughts"
Telling stories, shaping them into marketable works and doing the networking (including online) to get them in front of readers: Those are the required steps for a new author.
Good ones you might have missed
The Moons of Jupiter
(By Alice Munro. First Published 1981.)