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'Sensitivity Readers' Censor Political Incorrect Books, by Thomas M. Sipos  [February 18, 2017]

Gene H. Bell-Villada on Nabokov, Ayn Rand, and the Libertarian Mind, by Thomas M. Sipos  [July 5, 2014]

Ray Bradbury, A Writer's Writer, by Thomas M. Sipos  [June 7, 2012]

Self-Publishing Redefines the Term -- Readers Decide Who Is Published, by Thomas M. Sipos  [June 3, 2012]

Moving the Mystery Out of -- and Into! -- Travel, by Thomas M. Sipos  [May 21, 2010]

Tabloid Witch Actress Blythe Metz Promotes Harrington Book Event, by Thomas M. Sipos  [July 11, 2007]

Good Germans, Bad Nazis & Ugly Commies, by Ben Pleasants  [March 24, 2007]

Twilight of a Dope Fiend Poet, by Ben Pleasants  [January 13, 2007]

When Ask the Dust Was Forgotten, by Ben Pleasants  [March 13, 2006]

Kurt Vonnegut's Neocon America: War & Socialism in Player Piano, by Thomas M. Sipos  [May 1, 2005]

Ben Pleasants's Visceral Bukowski, by Digby Diehl  [November 17, 2004]

Charles Bukowski Taught Me 'How to Write a Short Story', by Ben Pleasants  [November 7, 2003]

A Christian Harry Potter, Arx Publishing  [July 24, 2003]

Dan Fante: Man On Fire, by Ben Pleasants  [May 7, 2003]

When Bukowski Was a Nazi, by Ben Pleasants  [April 8, 2003]

New Novel Exposes Eco-Fanatics, Neo-Pagans, and Eco-Terrorists, by Hank Willow  [June, 27, 2002]

Ray Bradbury on Mel Gibson's Fahrenheit 451, Preaching Science, and the Universe, by Thomas M. Sipos  [April, 22, 2002]



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