HUFFINGTON POST INTERVIEW

JAMES REICH: BOMB-BLASTING THROUGH THE AGE OF NUCLEAR FOLLY: Interview by Frank Browning February 5th, 2014 Valerie Solanas plainly made a deep impact on the English novelist as he was constructing his blindingly brilliant and horrifyingly comic novel, Bombshell, a road story framed around a fictive lover and devotee of[…]

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3G1B REVIEW: ‘BOMBSHELL’

THREE GUYS ONE BOOK Bombshell: A Novel Reviewed by Benjamin Rybeck October 10th, 2013 “So many great “Avantpop” works—Steve Erickson’s Amnesiascope, Jonathan Lethem’s early genre novels, most everything by Kathy Acker—are hanging out, waiting for adventurous oddball filmmakers to adapt them, bringing delightful visions of an American wasteland to silver screens everywhere! Bombshell, a novel by[…]

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NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW: ‘BOMBSHELL’

NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW SHORTLIST: International Thrillers September 15th, 2013 In addition to a recent pick by Ms. Magazine, Bombshell is featured in the New York Times Book Review ‘Shortlist’ of International Thrillers. “Somewhere between the macho-hipster fantasies of Quentin Tarantino and the banshee-activist theatrics of Pussy Riot dwells Varyushka Cash…Now that’s entertainment.” – New[…]

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THE RUMPUS REVIEW OF ‘BOMBSHELL’

THE RUMPUS: Bombshell, A Novel reviewed by Nick De Pascal July 15th, 2013 “Bombshell, James Reich’s second novel, is an incredibly dense, rich, and well-paced novel. Within its 259 pages the reader encounters Chernobyl, feminism, terrorism, rendition, Valerie Solanas, Jane Fonda, Hiroshima, the Trinity test site, and much more. In the hands[…]

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