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As hunters track their prey and danger becomes more and more imminent, a twisted and haunting past is revealed. "Chasm", the sixth book in the Frankie MacFarlane mysteries, by... Read More

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If I Was a Highway

The call of the road might be the most iconic and enduring American image. Authors from de Tocqueville to Steinbeck to Kerouac, motion pictures (who of a certain age could... Read More

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“Xerophilia” is not an unnatural affection for copy machines. Bioregionalist ecocritic Tom Lynch uses the word to indicate an embrace of deserts—their biotic elements and... Read More

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As Seen in Vogue

Fascinating Fashions: In the 1920s, American women morphed from alabaster Victorian homemakers to painted jazz babies. The conformist ‘50s mom vacuuming in heels made way for... Read More

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