Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Pop Fic Review – Project Live on Kickstarter

Introducing the Pop Fic Review–a literary anthology that embraces and challenges the idea of popular fiction. Underwords is branching out a little from its status as a literary blog while simultaneously reaching back to its popular roots by publishing an … Continue reading

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What’s on Your “To Read” List?

One of the things that I struggle with is my “To Read” list. Now that my time is so limited, I can only read one or two books per month, which makes it difficult to tackle all of the amazing … Continue reading

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London Review: The Doctor Who Experience

If you’re heading to London, one of the things any Whovian should do is to visit the Doctor Who Experience. That’s exactly what I did. During my recent trip to London, I met up with Nancy Holder and her family … Continue reading

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Review: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

Cover Blurb: Released from prison, Shadow finds his world turned upside down. His wife has been killed; a mysterious stranger offers him a job. But Mr. Wednesday, who knows more about Shadow than is possible, warns that a storm is … Continue reading

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London Review: Much Ado About Nothing

One of the things that I enjoyed most during my trip to London was attending the live stage play Much Ado About Nothing at the Wyndham Theater, starring David Tennant and Catherine Tate. In a word: Brilliant. The experience was … Continue reading

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Special Giveaway: SIGNED copy of Ghost Story by Jim Butcher

A couple of weeks ago Jim Butcher came to Cambridge to do an author event at the Harvard Coop. It was a terrific. He was bright and funny as he answered questions that ranged from what he enjoyed most about … Continue reading

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