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Books We've Reviewed from Sarabande Books

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Witch Wife

When the poet gets personal, asking the stranger to sit through her deep feelings about her body, her lover, her dreams and fears, the stranger makes a demand in return: only if... Read More

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Thrown

With empathy and introspection, Howley describes the dark culture of MMA fighting and her search for inner ecstasy. Why would a young intellectual woman involved in the serious... Read More

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Limber

It’s perhaps a bit disingenuous for Angela Pelster to declare that her marvelous collection of essays is not a memoir. She might argue that nature is the principle subject,... Read More

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Moth;

Author’s mastery of language penetrates lyrical narratives of self-discovery. Moth; or how I came to be with you again is a collection of short, lyrical narratives that lead... Read More

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Possibility

In her elegant, short volume of essays, Patricia Vigderman asks questions about possibility and its opposite. These are complicated essays to read, not in the sense that they... Read More

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