Books by Keith Dixon

Released: May 10, 2011

"An enjoyable journey through parenthood and then back to reality, though somewhat unreasonable in its culinary expectations, particularly for new parents."
New York Times writer Dixon (The Art of Losing, 2007, etc.) chronicles his labors with the different phases of new parenthood and his endeavors to keep his family fed. Read full book review >
THE ART OF LOSING by Keith Dixon
Released: Feb. 20, 2007

"So well and darkly done that readers may find themselves opting for a noir moratorium in the interest of mental health. After back-to-back exercises in bleakness, the author might want to try it too."
A filmmaker turns gambler and rues the day in Dixon's second novel bearing the mark of James M. Cain. Read full book review >
GHOSTFIRES by Keith Dixon
Released: Jan. 1, 2004

"Strong stuff if your taste in family values runs to permafrost."
The death of their wife and mother leaves a father and son locked in motionless combat: a grim debut from New York Times editor Dixon. Read full book review >