glyph 32: book, author, publisher, academic, literature, booklover, fiction, nonfiction, bookstore, book club, reader, book reviews, good reading, great writers ... Tom Auer, Marilyn Auer ... Denver Colorado magazine, newspaper glyph by Pat Wagner
I have been a longtime contributor and supporter to The Bloomsbury Review, so I am not objective. I think they are the best source of information about the best books published in the United States. Pat Wagner
For more than 30 years we have published a book magazine with you, the discriminating book reader, in mind. We don't plug the mega-bestsellers. We don't push celebrity biographies or 'how-to-get-richer-thinner-smarter-happier' books. And we don't hype books or authors that are reviewed in every newspaper and magazine in the country. You hear enough about them already. The Bloomsbury Review is simply lively writing about good reading and great writers.
Our mission is to seek out those quality books that are underserved and undeservedly overlooked by other mediabringing you reviews of books from large publishers that don't receive the promotional budget of their bestsellers, and new books from small, regional, nonprofit, independent, and university presses you won't discover elsewhere. (from the Bloomsbury Review site)
A fine article about The Bloomsbury Review, in recognition of thirty years of publication, by Colleen Smith, The Denver Post, December 31, 2010 [here]
entered before July 9, 2006; edited/updated November 26, 2015