Megan Brown finds Crosley's novel to be a quirky and witty, if uneven, debut.
Number 11 is comprised of five interconnecting stories that demonstrate a powerful imagination, a keen observational eye, and deep compassion.
As a high-school senior and part time drug dealer, Addison has a lot to deal with. Having to juggle school work with his extra-curricular pursuits,... Read more
Lorna Gibb plays with the expectations of a contemporary audience: If a character in a ghost story insists that the ghost isn’t real, we might well... Read more