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).

1 Comment

  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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