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Head here for the original piece at The Green Man Review! Alrighty, Sookie fans that think they’ve got every single thing The Mighty Harris has written about our girl. I can almost hear you thinking “Wait, what’s new here?” Seriously, … Continue reading
Elsewhere Review: Gross and Altman’s “Slayers & Vampires: The Complete Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Buffy and Angel
Read the original piece HERE at Green Man Review! Published just in time for the 20th anniversary of BtVS (whoa), this collection of comments, anecdotes and deep thoughts is obviously a treasure trove of delight for fans of the Whedonverse. But it’s … Continue reading
Read the “original” (okay, I actually wrote this back in ’03, this is a re-pub) here at Green Man Review! Ghosts. You can’t live with ’em, you can’t just throw ’em out on the street. Jim and Sara Evers are … Continue reading
Read the original piece HERE at Green Man Review! “Achievement unlocked!” I have to confess something to you. The reason I asked to review this CD and DVD set wasn’t because I knew about the band. It was because I … Continue reading
Elsewhere/Wayback Review(s): John Denver’s Greatest Hits 1967 — 1973, Back Home Again and Rhymes & Reasons
While this is a review I penned back in 2005, you can read the newly re-issued review RIGHT HERE at Green Man Review! Admit it. John Denver soothes. You know it; I know it. Songs like “Calypso” and “Rocky Mountain … Continue reading
Read the original piece RIGHT HERE at The Green Man Review! I have to admit, I worried I didn’t know enough about E.B. White to do justice to this book. I’m a huge fan of Charlotte’s Web; but who isn’t? … Continue reading
From Green Man Review, back in 2006. As always, clicky the headline for the full piece! Charmed: The Complete First Season By Denise Kitashima Dutton, on December 20th, 2013 Penned for Green Man Review. When Charmed first aired, it was … Continue reading