RAIN TAXI REVIEW OF BOOKS

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Polemical Postcards

British poet, artist, editor, and publisher Simon Cutts presents fourteen ephemeral works, positing his theory of the form and function of the postcard as a means of critical response. Read on.

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Chris Ware's Rusty Brown

What better way to escape our crazy reality than to delve into a thick tome of sad sack characters created by the inimitable, industrious Chris Ware? We've got a review of his latest, Rusty Brown, right here. Read on.

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Fall Online Edition Launches

As leaves fall and the sun fades, why not curl up with a good book? Our Fall 2020 Online Edition kicks off with a taste from all genres! Read an interview with author Will Heinrich whose latest novel, The Pearls, takes a look at the post-WWI New York art scene. Plus, we have reviews of poet Lisa Olstein's meditation on coping with nine plus years of migraines in Pain Studies; poet Caroline Bergvall's third in a trilogy, Alisoun Sings; and Ottessa Moshfegh's new novel, Death in Her Hands. Read on.