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  • Men at Work

  • Guys Like Me

    Can a "creative class" revitalize a city, or has Richard Florida just come down with a bad case of wishful thinking?
  • The Case of the Lost Logorrheic

    McSweeney's brings local mystery writer Harry Stephen Keeler back into print.
  • Men and Their Mishaps

    Patrick Somerville makes his debut with a collection about masculinity and control
  • Fantastic Plastic

    Our love affair with the "natural" may well do the world more damage than would a sensible acceptance of synthetic alternatives.
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  • Dying on the Vine

    Despite promising starts and a scattering of stars, "midwest noir" remains an unappreciated genre.
  • Hard Work in the Hood

    George Pelecanos, a writer and producer fro HBO's The Wire, hones his craft in his 13th crime novel.
  • Short Takes

    Our 2006 books round-up
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  • Meta Man

    Aleksandar Hemon's latest takes his usual themes on a trip through time with a true-crime twist.
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  • The View From the Bank

    A Journey Through American History, One River at a Time
  • City on the Page

    An innovative deal between Columbia College and a fine-art publisher gets the work of Chicago photographers into book form.
  • Dumb It Down

    Going back to basics with Johnny Ryan's breathtakingly crass comics
  • Around the World in 1,085 Pages

    Round one with Thomas Pynchon's longest and busiest novel