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  • The Case of the Lost Logorrheic

    McSweeney's brings local mystery writer Harry Stephen Keeler back into print.
  • The Bounce Remains the Same

    Nik Cohn tried to influence New Orleans rap but all he got was this lousy nickname.
  • Some Like It Messy

    A UIC professor argues that sprawl isn't so bad--just misunderstood.
  • America After Dark

    If you want to understand racism in this country, you need to look at the places black people don't live.
  • From the Front

    Two new memoirs by recent Iraq vets display distinctly contemporary attitudes toward the war.
  • Your Band Could Be Their Life

    Brian Costello's first novel is about what happens after that fateful show.
  • One Year Later

    The 2004 election is more controversial than ever.
  • Beyond Bluto

    If you want the gory details, read Bob Woodward's Belushi bio. But if you want to get to know the lovable lug behind the bedsheet, pick up his widow's new oral history.
  • Clueless

    Melanie Rehak's history of the women who wrote the Nancy Drew books is a heap of facts in search of a thesis.
  • Who Moved Her Cheese?

    Barbara Ehrenreich's plan goes awry in her follow-up to the best-selling Nickel and Dimed.
  • Reports From the Occupation

    Three very different takes on America at war.
  • The Political Arena

    Lefty sportswriter Dave Zirin argues for sports as a force for social change.
  • Putting the Pieces Back Together

    In his new postrehab memoir, James Frey spins a wild tale of unorthodox redemption.
  • Zero Zero Day

    Excerpted from Chicago Noir, a new collection of short stories edited by Neal Pollack
  • Radical Tweak

    Christopher Sorrentino takes liberties with the Patty Hearst story to get at the truth of why the revolution died.