Carl says "Leave me alone, I'm busy." Read his recommendations (if you dare) below:
"Schomburg's poetry is like a fresh pair of leather pants: tough and severe on the outside, but once you get into it everything just makes sense as every nook and cranny of your lower half is filled with pleasure."
~ recommended September, 2014
Robert Walser is the Tupac Shakur of European fiction. Long after his death, the hits just keep coming. Crack open the spine of this bad boy and rest your peepers on a bit of greatness.
~ recommended March, 2014
The best part about working/being in a bookstore are the times when you stumble upon something so inexplicably brilliant that you burst into flames. Buy this book and come dance on my scorched remnants.
~ recommended January, 2014
If you enjoy a little dash of odd darkness to your satirical tomes, then this tale about a man sent off to guard a batch of blueberries that quickly escalates into all sorts of sordid iniquities will be right up your alley.
~ recommended October, 2013
This book is like a muscle shirt and a Trans Am on a summer evening. Meet the next poet laureate of fun: Starkweather comma Sampson.
~ recommended June, 2013
Would it kill you to read some poetry once in awhile? Oh it would?
OK, better make it a good one then, right? Give Dan Chelotti's x a whirl.
~ recommended April, 2013