Books by James Cowan

Released: Oct. 15, 1996

"A potential feast for thought, but in a novelistic equivalent of talking heads."
The subject of Cowan's (Messengers of the Gods, 1993, etc.) first novel—the thoughts of an intellectually adventurous Renaissance cartographer—should make it soar, but instead it remains painfully inert. Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 1992

Cowan, an Australian poet, here attempts a ``correspondence with [him]self'' aimed at comparing the ``metaphysical terrain'' of the Australian Aborigines to the destructive materialism of Western civilization. Read full book review >