22 March, 1999

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I Was a Female Motorhead

Issue No. 22 ~ March, 1999

Women aren't supposed to know cars. When Joan squats down to follow the line of a jet-black fender, or admire some beautiful bodywork, men look at her as though she's from another planet.

audiotrack Music & Songwriting

map Macro-Fiction


Issue No. 22 ~ March, 1999

Lawrence flung away the issue of Businessworld with a theatrical gesture of nonchalance onto the table of Conference Room One. “So the world is on the brink of a recession, and oil prices are lower than ever because, inter alia, demand from Asia is down. …

book Book Lovers

Going Native

Issue No. 22 ~ March, 1999

Going Native possesses both the crude, offensive, and blaring nature to hold the interest of a Stephen King fan as well as sufficient ironic wit, intelligence, and bizarre brilliance to keep those of us who finished Don DeLillo's Underworld interested....

66 Galaxie

Issue No. 22 ~ March, 1999

"I'm not going to say a thing about "all that post modern tv scrap culture generation x bullshit" ... I will say that m loncar has found a way to project the surface of late twentieth century American pop culture in a kind of holograph that spins us forward at a rapid rate on verbal wheels..."


Issue No. 22 ~ March, 1999

As the book jacket proclaims, "it's more than a mechanic's memoir: it is a meditation on machines, metaphysics, and the moral universe." Jerome is curmudgeonly in the best New England intellectual tradition, but he's also astonishingly down to earth...