Tag Archives: Washington Independent Review of Books

A Sixteenth Century Sid Vicious…

My review of Andrew Graham-Dixon’s new biography Caravaggio: A Life Sacred and Profane is the lead review over at the Washington Independent Review of Books, at least for today.  Go have a look, if you want. Better yet, read Graham-Dixon’s book.

Noah Webster (NO-uh WEB-stur): (1) See “obsessive compulsive;” (2) See 1.

Joshua Kendall has written a fine new biography of Noah Webster, that obsessive compulsive hunter and gatherer of information and compiler of obscure information. I’ve got lots more to say about it, but if you wanna know more, don’t look here; instead, check out my review at the Washington Independent Review of Books.

And while you’re at it, consider subscribing to the Washington Review.  If you miss reading regular reviews of books in your local newspaper, the Washington Review can help fill the void.  Go get it.