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  • Book review: 'The Wilding' by Benjamin Percy

    Book review: 'The Wilding' by Benjamin Percy
    It's a relatively simple conceit — the hunting trip as suspense tale. A small group journeys into the wilderness — ball caps tilted against the sun, backpacks loaded with beer and tackle — and emerges days later changed, if not fewer in number. Benjamin Percy's first novel, "The Wilding," manages to nicely subvert this setup while setting up a tense back-and-forth narrative between those who've taken off and those who've stayed at home.
  • So Much Sky: Collection of essays celebrates the charms of rural living

    So Much Sky: Collection of essays celebrates the charms of rural living
    In her new collection of essays, “So Much Sky,” now available on, author Karen Weir-Jimerson offers up bite-sized gems that view modern life through a rural lens, according to a press release. Many of these pieces were...

    Coen Brothers on sharing the credit, genres they hate and ‘To the White Sea’

    Hollywood recently formalized the relationship that the Coen Brothers — Joel and Ethan — had operated under, on sets, for decades, allowing them to truly share the credit for writing and directing their films. They're officially co-directors,...

    'The Signal: A Novel' by Ron Carlson

    'The Signal: A Novel' by Ron Carlson
    The Signal A Novel Ron Carlson Viking: 184 pp., $25.95 Ron Carlson's new novel is a love story and a wilderness adventure that mounts to a climax of shocking, and satisfying, violence. It's a tale from the woods and it begins when Mack, a young...

    C-USA Basketball News: UTEP hires Tim Floyd and Houston hires James Dickey, while Marshall and Tulane hunt for new coaches

    At least six Conference USA schools will have new basketball coaches when the 2010-11 season gets under way. UCF, East Carolina, UTEP and Houston have hired new coaches, while Marshall and Tulane are still looking to fill their vacancies. Here's the...