Art and Culture

Art and culture

Jim McKeown

Historical fiction of the youngest daughter of William Shakespeare

 


Likely Stories: Best Reads of Last 5 Years

Sep 18, 2014
Ramona McKeown

Likely stories began as a monthly feature on KWBU but has grown to a regular weekly segment.  This week Jim take a look back at the best reads of the last five years.  FIVE STARS to Jim McKeown and Likely Stories 5th anniversary.  


Mary Sue Rich finally had enough.

The council member from Ocala, Fla., was tired of seeing the young people in her town wearing their pants low and sagging, and successfully pushed to prohibit the style on city-owned property. It became law in July. Violators face a $500 fine or up to six months in jail.

Jim McKeown

A branch off the tree that is James Joyce, this novel – set in Philadelphia -- takes place on June 16, 2004, the 100th anniversary of Bloomsday.

 


Jim McKeown

An interesting novel, by a long-time transcriptionist at The New York Times, adds to the list of “newspaper fiction.”

 


Likely Stories: 1 Q 84

Aug 28, 2014
Jim McKeown

An epic novel of two people who find each other, then lose each other, then find each other again in a strange new world of 1Q84

 


Jim McKeown

A pleasing exploration of the aesthetic of Japanese architecture and decoration.

 


Jim McKeown

Reminiscent of Faulkner’s fictional Mississippi, Nordan has deftly related a coming of age story of two boys growing up nearly on the same side of the tracks

 

 

Jill Ament

Young Waco artists and musicians used to hang out at Beatnix coffee house before it closed its doors in 2012. KWBU’s Jill Ament says the former owners are trying to open back up – this time in the heart of Waco.


Jim McKeown

An absorbing exploration of human emotions and memories during a retreat at Auschwitz.

 


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