Exams are on the way. *cue Jaws theme music*, and we all know what that means. Panic, sleep deprivation, and our old friend stress. It sure would be nice to take a breather and let go of some of that anxiety right? Besides, you’ll do... Read More
Book of the Day
Rubik is a novel of ghosts—those of memory, technology, relationships, emotion, and bodies—all of them permanently impermanent.
Reviewer Touches the Sky
Interview with Michael Brooke, Author of Far From Land
When a review copy of Far from Land—detailing the lives of birds that frolic in some of the world’s most inhospitable places—landed on my desk, it was love at first sight.
The Hidden Life of Life
Interview with Author Elizabeth Marshall Thomas
With thirteen books to her credit, peerless writing chops, an incredibly broad knowledge base, and a lifetime of careful thought, she is one of the very few people on earth who could have written this book.
World Make Way
New Poems Inspired by Art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
A compilation of eighteen works of art from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Abrams Books, each paired with an original poem inspired by the piece.
Interview with Bethany Morrow
Author of MEM
If you like your fiction buttoned-up and linear, get out your ten-foot pole.
Michael Smerconish’s collection is compelling and entertaining—not as a filtering of daily news through a predictable ideological lens, but as a group of insightful entries into conversations about current events and issues. Although... Read More
House of Rougeaux Jenny Jaeckel Raincloud Press Hardcover $26.95 (308pp) 978-1-941203-24-8 Buy: IndieBound, Amazon On a Martinique sugar plantation near the end of the eighteenth century, sister and brother Abeje and Adunbi are the first... Read More
In what must be a peculiar quirk to my aging process, I find myself growing more and more interested in learning how the natural world works with every passing day. Ocean tides, bobcat hunting habits, how the top boughs of 300-foot-tall... Read More
In her graphic novel memoir "Algeria is Beautiful Like America", Olivia Burton travels to her family’s former homeland, only to find that many of her beliefs about her family’s past, and Algeria as a whole, are wrong. Burton begins... Read More
"Rubik" is a novel of ghosts—those of memory, technology, relationships, emotion, and bodies—all of them permanently impermanent. Released into these terrains, characters disappear and reappear in strange ways or not at all, the... Read More
Drawing from her Appalachian roots and degrees in nutrition, Ashley English’s "Southern from Scratch" shows how to stock your kitchen with whole-food goodness, from sweet treats in the freezer to sparkling jars of home-canned pickles.... Read More
It’s soothing, it’s enraging, it’s melodic, it’s grating––it’s poetry. For an array of feelings all in... Read More