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  • Immigrant Stories Inside Immigrant Stories

    South Asian American Women Find Voice

    There are immigrant stories, and then there are stories within immigrant stories. These tales of cultural transition are told through the perspective of South Asian Women, voices not often heard in American literature. We talk to the anthology's editor.

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  • IndieVoices Podcast: Autism Reads

    Authors and Characters on the Spectrum

    Between all the pet theories, and pages upon pages of speculating about autism's cause, often what is left out are the voices of autistic people themselves, or their families who can speak for them. Those are the voices we are featuring in our podcast.

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  • Graphic Novels: Black, White, and Shades of Gray

    Wherever your moral compass code points, you’ll be able to find a graphic novel in these five reviewed in our July/August 2017 issue.

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  • Baby, The Thrill Ain't Never Gone

    From gunfights to gangs, prostitution rings to psychology labs, these high-octane adventures have violent ends, and plenty of adrenaline in between.

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  • The Power of Poetry

    Poetry has power over our senses in a way that is unique to the genre. For some of that power, read one of the six books reviewed in our May/June 2017 issue.

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  • INDIES Awarded

    Today, we announced the winners of our INDIES Book of the Year Awards. Congratulations to all the winners selected. They represent the best of indie publishing this past year.

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  • Audiobooks: New Voices in Literature

    Audiobooks, always popular at the local library, are rapidly growing in popularity among consumers of books. Our reviewers are listening to them, too, and we've picked out these six indie audiobooks as among the best in our May/June 2017 issue.

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  • Choosing Our Religion

    Spotlight on Books of Faith

    An Eastern parable asks six sightless people to touch different parts of an elephant, and to describe what they are feeling. Each is a little bit right; no one articulates the full picture. In our religion spotlight, each book is part of the whole.

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