I Don’t Think Nicholson Baker Likes George Bush

Nicholson Baker‘s new novel, Checkpoint, is receiving a lot of attention, as explained in It’s only fiction, but is it legal?

An author’s dramatization of a fact-based argument about killing President Bush makes Michael Moore’s diatribe in ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ look tame by comparison – and may push the boundaries of free speech.

A great way to ensure your book’s a bestseller. I hope it’s as good as Vox and The Fermata (my favorite).

One Reply to “I Don’t Think Nicholson Baker Likes George Bush”

  1. “Push the boundaries of free speech”. Either it’s free or it’s not. “Free” means unbound. So now there are boundries to being boundryless? heh.. What a stupid statement.

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