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Music as Muse, The Essayist Rocks and Rolls

by Jon Arlan

Earlier this fall, we were stunned to come across They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us, a mindbogglingly good new collection by Hanif Abdurraqib. MTV music critic by day, poet/essayist by Columbus, Ohio, moonlight, Abdurraqib’s work... Read More


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


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


Author Interview: Second Acts

by Foreword Reviews

Teri Emory, author of Second Acts This is your debut novel. But, with the combined wisdom and experience of your three protagonists, do you feel like you’ve been writing this book all your life? I’ve drawn on decades of experiences... Read More

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