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KRITYA Publishing, 2007 A Passage to India Review by Kimberly L. Becker Hindi poet, translator and Sanskrit scholar Rati...
Bloomsbury, 2007 Review by Suzanne Kamata The March of Dimes exists to help prevent birth defects, so, in theory, the ch...
Tsar Books, 2007 Review by Suzanne Kamata The group friendship novel is a staple of women’s literature. Typically, suc...
The Permanent Press, 2008 Starting Over Review by Vanessa Dora Murray Gayle Davies Jandrey spent 28 years teaching publi...
Meritage Press, 2007 Pinning Down the Escape Artist Review by Lee Kottner “Listen to catch with intimate hooks the dri...
Academy Chicago Publishers, 2005 Review by Cheryl A Townsend A travelogue of hilarious and sometimes perilous escapades ...
Mayapple Press, 2008 Reviewed by Rachel Dacus Opening this book at random, I was struck by the prevalent combination of ...
William Morrow Press, 2006 Review by Cheryl A Townsend When an elementary boy tries to kill himself, people tend to look...
Riverhead Books, 2006 Review by GA. A. Banks-Martin Tea and Self- Reliance Until the Victorian Age lessons in the art of...
FootHills Publishing, 2007 Review by Kimberly L. Becker Native Daughter A writer of Blackfoot, Mohawk, Seneca heritage ...
Mayapple Press, 2008 Review by LouAnn Shepard Muhm Paper Chariots of the Profane In Jayne Pupek’s 2008 collection of p...
The Word Works, 2007 Review by Julie R. Enszer Truth-telling is integral to poetry. Putting the truth into language is b...
The Backwaters Press, 2006 “a star/which grows slowly/more luminous”: Reading Celia Homesley’s Body of Crimson Lea...
Finishing Line Press, 2007 Review by GA. A. Banks-Martin The True Portrait of AIDS Julene Tripp Weaver first studied Cre...