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Living It: Inner-city dweller
Gerard Young // Images: Michelle Hofer When American novelist Thomas Wolfe wrote You Canât go Home Again, he didnât have someone like Tracy Collyer in mind for his main character. Unlike the fictional, disillusioned George Webber, the 38-year-old mother of from Calgary Herald Read more »
Books: Dreher learned from sister's 'little ways'
question of whether or not one can go home again, Rod Dreher comes to a different conclusion than AshevilleÂs native son Thomas Wolfe. You can go home again, Dreher decides in his new memoir ÂThe Little Way of Ruthie Leming: A Southern Girl, a Small Town, from The Asheville Citizen-Times Read more »
Mignola's HELLBOY IN HELL His 'Most Important Book'
Thomas Wolfe once wrote that “you can’t go home again,” but Hellboy has proved him wrong – and shown the consequences – in the recently debuted series Hellboy In Hell. Launched in December with Mike Mignola writing and drawing the book for the first time since from Newsarama Read more »
Michael Simmons: Van Dyke Parks Keeps On Cyclin'
to Cheetah , including Paul Krassner, Ed Sanders, Doon Arbus, Richard Goldstein, Robert Christgau, Ellen Willis - even Tom Wolfe. Original editor Jules Siegel wrote a transfixing piece for the first issue called "Goodbye Surfing, Hello God" that was the first from The Huffington Post Read more »
New documents raise more doubts about credibility of Truman Capote's 'In Cold Blood'
techniques with journalism." His results have long been cited as a first, coming ahead of Gay Talese, Norman Mailer, Tom Wolfe and others. But holes have been evident in Capote's reporting for years, along with questions about his death-row love affair with from The Middletown Press Read more »