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That Said is a collection of both old and new poetry by Jane Shore. It stretches back to the highly regarded Eye Level c...
Photojournalist Paola Gianturco's book Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon is a tribute to the lives of grandmothers ...
Kate Robinson reviews Katherine Losse's The Boy Kings: A Journey Into the Heart of the Social Network, and finds that "....
Something happens to you when reading the shelter of neighbours by Éilís Ní Dhuibhne. You think you are reading a reg...
Danielle Sosin’s debut novel, The Long-Shining Waters, is about three women separated by centuries and circumstances, ...
Jonterri Gadson reviews Nocturne Trio, Metta Sáma’s webBook: "Nocturne Trio’s pages are literally canvases. This me...
The poems in Laila Halaby’s My Name on His Tongue are straightforward, breathtakingly simple, and powered by a deep, ...
Please Look After Mom is a novel that opens like a murder mystery, and transforms into a poetic, tragic, and ultimately ...
Metta Sáma reviews Khadijah Queen’s book of poetry Black Peculiar: "My barometer for a great book of poems is discomf...
Tori Grant Wellhouse reveiws Nothing Daunted, the story of America in the early 1900’s, the settlement of the West, an...
Kylie Grant reviews "The Death of Carrie Bradshaw," a tender story of one man’s secret love for one of his students, c...
Ramona Ausubel’s fantastical debut novel, No One Is Here Except All Of Us, is a story of a small Jewish village trying...
Traci Brimhall’s second poetry collection, Our Lady of the Ruins, winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize, taps Traci ...
Kate Robinson reviews Anna Quindlen's new memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake: "Quindlen tells us how she sees it, f...