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Tracy Quan's first novel detail the further adventures of call girl Nancy Chan
Tracy Quan's semiautobiographical Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl: A Nancy Chan Novel contains a lot of wry wit and occasional thought-provoking ideas (2002/05/01)

Even non-fans will enjoy thumbing through Comic Book Nation to get an idea of where comics have been and gain an understanding of where they can go from here. (2002/01/19)

The hilarious A&R has just enough truth underpinning it. That's why it's so funny--and maybe a little scary (2001/04/15)

The sad thing about Anime: A Guide to Japanese Animation is not only what it is, but what it could have been (2001/04/14)

Photos of 56 Washington women make In Her Place a thought-provoking examination of our ideas of sanctuary (2001/03/09)

Celebrity culture gets a good skewering in Cintra Wilson's A Massive Swelling: Celebrity Re-examined as a Grotesque, Crippling Disease, and Other Cultural Revelations (2001/02/18)

Batman: The Animated Series and its spinoffs have been the best animated series on TV in the last decade. Batman Animated shows you why (2000/10/25)

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