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Irmtraud Morgner began her career as a writer in the late fifties with works which were inspired by this genre, but she ...
Maxie Wander is, in several respects, an exception in the context of this series. One of the things which sets her apart...
The female writer most closely associated with the German Democratic Republic in the public imagination is probably Chri...
Viking Adult, 2010 Review by Rhianon Huot After the Falls: Coming of Age in the Sixties is Catherine Gildiner’s fo...
Money for Sunsets Steel Toe Books, 2010 Years ago I read Eve Alexandra’s The Drowned Girl and felt powerfully, utt...
Review by Sharon Samuel Harper Paperbacks, 2010 With gripping suspense and graphic honesty, Sofi Oksanen breathes life i...
Review by Mayra David Harper Paperbacks, 2010 A hotel is the perfect setting for Strauss’ characters; eight women ...
Review by Rose Gold Inanna Publications, 2009 Butterfly Tears is a collection of fifteen short stories which oscillate b...
Main Street Rag, 2007 We’re often trained to think of titles as the entryway to the poem; after all, it’s the first ...
Review by Rhianon Huot Amy Einhorn Books Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2010 Kelly O’Connor McNee’s The Lost Sum...
Review by Mayra David iUniverse, 2009 One family, one story; seven voices, seven lives. In this beautifully written nove...
Review by Mary Harwood Crown, 2010 A rich, eccentric old woman who keeps a vicious bull in her pasture. Two teen-aged bo...
Review by Leslie Hayertz Number 1: The Seven Kitchens Press ReBound Series, 2009 I first reviewed Notes from The Red Zon...
Review by Georgia Ann Banks-Martin 2nd Edition edited by Lisa C. Moore RedBone Press, 2009 The True Self Discovered and ...