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Now What?

Tired of reading, reading, reading all the time about books? Of course not. Bookworms never tire, though they occasionally find themselves hooked. This "Now What?" page is designed to provide enough literary resources to keep you hooked for a very long time.

We've provided a few classic resources for the writers among us. It never hurts to have the essentials. Or, as Roget preferred to say, "Not in a million years will it cause malady to procure the bottom-line rudiments." Give these rudiments a try:

Talk Back
Want to recommend a favorite author? Need to wax poetic about poetry? Did you just finish a long book and realize you're not sure what to make of it? Our BBS is just the place to write about writing, coo about haiku, or practice iambic pentameter after all these years (it's just like riding a bicycle, isn't it?). It's just like the Algonquin Round Table, only electronic and without all the famous people.

Staff Choices
Literary and other resources for the terminally empulped. (Is that a word? It is now.)

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Book reviews never get old, and that's why many avid readers find our Vaults extremely valuable. Search our past issues by key words (such as a book title or author's name) to find illuminating reviews, author bios, and other articles with ease.

Reviewed: Political satire on the road in "Trail Fever" by Michael Lewis; Rykodisc's "Kerouac: kicks joy darkness" [07-08-97]

Speed Reader
Fiction, science fiction, and nonfiction book reviews. [07-02-97]
Nick Brown, Blake de Pastino, Tracy L. Cooley, Jessica English and Julie Birnbaum

Speed Reader
What to read... and not. [06-20-97]
Blake de Pastino, Angie Drobnic, Jessica English

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