Foreword Reviews

  • Book of the Day

    Onigamiising

    Grover’s essays provide insight into Ojibwe life, even as it contends with the encroaching tendencies of surrounding cultures.

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  • Wisdom, Health, and Cosmic Connection

    This collection of books touches on all those possibilities and beyond, from a look at the esoteric roots of 1960s music to a call for more diversity in Western Buddhism.

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  • Only One Planet

    Climate Change Books Reviewed in September/October 2017

    It’s time we took care of our planet and encouraged others to do the same. For information on how to do that, read one of the six books reviewed in our September/October 2017 issue.

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  • The Gift of Books

    To a book lover, gift books may be a term too specifically applied to one subset of literature; all books are gifts. These eight books reviewed in our September/October 2017 issue are especially gifty.

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  • A Funny Cancer Memoir is Tragedy Plus Time

    Writing a cancer memoir is difficult while you're inside the story, undergoing treatment. What does help, though, is writing down every thought, dark and light, to friends and family. Out of this came, for one author, a humorous cancer memoir.

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Article

Bards of the Borderlands

by Roberto Ontiveros

The Rio Grande Valley—made up of four counties located at the southernmost edge of the United States, where Texas becomes Mexico—has come into the news quite a bit since Donald Trump took office. When the president talks about... Read More

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Cancer Doc: Patients Can Take Control

by Howard Lovy

As we’ve seen in our focus on cancer this month, there are many ways patients can cope with cancer diagnosis and treatment. What many do not know is that they can also control what their medical team does about it. Dr. David Palma is a... Read More

Book Review

Little Gold

by Hannah Hohman

"Little Gold" is a step back in time, into a rich world with complex characters. Thick with British vernacular and a youthful voice, "Little Gold"’s tone immediately transports readers to Brighton, 1982. With its strong writing, it is... Read More

Book Review

The Hopkins Conundrum

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Edge makes good use of little-known literary and historical territory to mine convergences, tying them together with the freedom of fiction. A tragicomedy that slips through time and space circling various characters whose lives are... Read More

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