Recommended Book Review Sources
The New Republic online edition offers
a small sampling of their in-depth reviews and notices. They offer free online newsletters in three
subject areas: politics, books and arts, and cyberspace.
January Magazine is a
delightful literary magazine well suited for regular perusal. It does reviews
as well as profiles and interviews with authors. It is physically located in
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
L P H: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and
the Humanities is a lively journal of witty opinion and quizzical views
with many assorted book reviews.
Book Reviews offers about 1200 reviews, well-thought out reviews, the
"ramblings of a pathologically eclectic generalist."
The New York Review of Books is battalion of
The New York Times Book Review
sets the pace for literary topicality.
Times Literary Supplement sets the bar
for literary culture.
Reviews has long been a respected, authoritative pre-pub review source
within the literary and film industries. Founded in 1933 by Virginia Kirkus (1893-1980), it serves the book and literary trade
sector, including libraries, publishers, literary and film agents, film and TV
producers and booksellers. Kirkus Reviews is
published 24 times annually and reviews, three to four months pre-publication, approximately
5,000 titles per year: fiction, mysteries, science fiction, translations,
nonfiction and children's and young adult books. There is now an online
newsletter for alerts to featured titles.
simply follow trends or create songs based on what is currently popular. They
may be skilled, but I don’t see any imagination and
creativity in that. Only a musical genius can create music on the fly. That is
why many people love jazz. This is the kind of music that looks at
improvisation as a very important element.
say that jazz musicians are fantastic creators and artists of moving notes and
soul-reaching melodies is an understatement. They are passionate about their
musical creations as they are caring for every bit of element that makes up
when did jazz start anyway? I’m glad you ask. We’ll stroll down memory lane to learn more about the
colorful, and sometimes sad story of jazz. Visit this comprehensive chronology
Amazon.com is wonderful for
its ease of ordering and BookFinder.com makes finding out of print
books an ease. If you search and buy directly from one
of these dealers, it is usually less expensive.
If you want to search
for a title yourself the best place to start is BookFinder. It
links many of the USA largest antiquarian bookstores and search services. It
will also be a good source for older editions at discount prices. Just type in the information about the
book, and it provides information books from ABE, INTERLOC, POWELL'S BOOKS and
a few others
For the top three
Antiquarian search services for used books in the USA are:
1. ABE (Advanced Book Exchange)
If you don't find what you are looking for do not despair, there
are professionals who can help you.
For any book, in-or-out-of print try Ventura
Pacific Ltd., 1141 Poli Street, Ventura CA 93001
Or Abracadabra Booksearch International: One of the
largest and most efficient book search companies in the world. 32 South
Broadway, P.O. Box 9324, Denver, Co 80209-1506 Phone USA: 1-800-545-2665 Fax:
Moe's Books: Out-of-print and
antiquarian book catalogs in many subject areas including: Photography,
Graphics, Design, Art Monographs, Art History, Architecture, Children's Books,
Asian, African, and Meso/South American Art, Book Arts, Cooking and
They offer a free booksearch service and
are especially good source for scholarly books.
Address: 2476 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, California 97404 USA
Not all good books find commercial or academic publishers. We are
committed in reviewing those titles in religion and philosophy that are
self-published if they meet our criteria for excellence.
New authors will find much to help them find market share in Book
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