THE EVIL B.B. CHOW: and Other Stories Weird boyfriends, bad novels, sexually perverse collegiates.Almond, author of the collection My Life in Heavy Metal (2002) and the nonfiction Candyfreak (2003), has a nice treasure trove of ideas and a smart way with his characters, but he always seems to lose interest just as the going gets good. The title story is a good example. Here, an editor at a women's magazine starts a relationship with
LibraryThing Review There are some stories in this collection that will stick with me forever, and others I'd forgotten almost as soon as I'd turned the page. But that's any anthology, really. Almond's writing blends
Review: The Evil BB Chow and Other Stories Best short story collection I've read in quite a while. Steve Almond has a great way of incredibly humanizing every character he creates, despite their individual flaws and stories.
Review: The Evil BB Chow and Other Stories Re-reading these stories tonight, I was reminded how much I enjoy the warped, interesting mind of Steve Almond. With The King of Pop recently buried, the story about Michael Jackson's ... "manhood" seemed topical all over again.
Review: The Evil BB Chow and Other Stories some good stories in here although i thought 'My Life in Heavy Metal' was more consistently enjoyable.
Review: The Evil BB Chow and Other Stories A great collection of short stories. A Happy Dream made my Top 5.