Guest Review: Any Old Diamonds by K.J. Charles

A- Any Old Diamonds by K.J. Charles January 30, 2019 · KJC Books GLBTRomanceHistorical: European Many of the Bitchery have been talking about Any Old Diamonds by K.J. Charles. Well, now we have a great guest review of it by Claudia. A bit about Claudia: “At sixteen, I found my older cousin’s stash of Barbara

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Cover Snark: Smarties in Her Candy Bag

Gather round for some Cover Snark! Elyse: Jason. Buddy. You gotta put your arm through the other side now. C’mon man Amanda: I wonder if he’s like a toddler and whenever his valet comes into dress him, he goes all boneless and throws a tantrum. Sarah: Wouldn’t it be uncomfortable if you put on one

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Avengers: Endgame (Spoiler Free Review)

Avengers: Endgame by Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, based on comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby A- Not a Book Ed note: This is a very brief, spoiler-free review from Carrie. Please maintain the spoiler-free zone in the comments. Enough people haven’t seen it yet that we don’t want anyone who hasn’t sought out the

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The Art of Czechoslovakia Amid a Fight Over De-Accessioning

“Czech Routes”—the fourth in a series, following shows of émigré artists from Germany, Poland, and Austria—contains works by twenty-one painters, printmakers, and sculptors who left Czechoslovakia at different times in the past century. The earliest of these, the lithographer and portraitist Emil Orlík, came to London in 1898. Orlík’s family belonged to the Prague circle

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Berger’s Ways of Being

When Joshua Sperling’s biography of John Berger arrived at my door, I approached it with trepidation. I’d known Berger for more than forty years, and biographers, having amassed reams of information about a life, may render it in ways that make it unrecognizable to friends or family. Upon his death in January 2017, many of

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