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Addendum Jan. 5, 2012: the Inventory Books series, founded and directed by Adam, was just very warmly written up by Steven Heller in The Atlantic‘s online edition.

Addendum Jan. 19, 2012: very fine review published by Buzz Poole in Imprint; also published in Salon.