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Mayra David reviews Siohban Fallon's debut novel, You Know When the Men Are Gone: "Among the plethora of truly touching ...
Val B Russell reviews Kathleen Winter's Annabel: "We live in a world that is, at its very biological core, based on gen...
Val B. Russell reviews a new translation of Anna Swir's poetry collection, Building the Barricade and other Poems (Calyp...
Mayra David reviews Clara and Mr. Tiffany: A Novel by Susan Vreeland, and writes, "What is it about this time in New Yor...
Kylie Grant reviews Fatima Bhutto's Songs of Blood and Sword: A Daughter's Memoir (Nation Books, 2010). Grant gives a ba...
Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism Virago Press Ltd, 2010 Review by Kylie Grant Natasha Walter’s Living Dolls: The...
Review by Jan Seibold All Things That Matter Press, 2010 Some authors use the word “odyssey” to simply repre...
Review by Carol Smallwood Serving House Books, 2010 The memoir, and then there were three…, is a slim book and a b...
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 ...