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Reviews of Books with 96 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 96 pages.

Book Review

Wound from the Mouth of a Wound

by Matt Sutherland

Interesting to note exactly who picks up the poetry pen. What life experience, what event, led to the decision? And did the poet even have a choice, or was poetry the last, best way to express what they knew hadn’t been expressed... Read More

Book Review

Reality, Curated

by Rachel Jagareski

Valentina Loffredo’s "Reality, Curated", with photographs from her exhibition series As For Me, I’m Very Little, is dominated by bold colors and patterns. Its entries invite closer examination and interpretations of their subtle... Read More

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Some Pigtails

by Jill Beauchamp

In Jonathan Eig’s lighthearted early reader "Some Pigtails", a clever girl learns to speak up for herself and negotiate. In this charming story, eight-and-a-half-year-old Lola’s grandpa may be often grumpy, but Lola still cajoles him... Read More

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Field Notes for the Self

by Matt Sutherland

If the dream is an Indigenous writer from the far north who’s able to capture his native landscape, spirituality, and ancestral exploitation in sublime poetry, the reality is Randy Lundy. His three earlier collections include Under the... Read More

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In Accelerated Silence

by Matt Sutherland

As the poet takes her own sweet hold of space-time, the Higgs field, electron clouds, fusion, and dark matter, she tethers the universe’s greatest mysteries to matters of the heart. A recipient of an Artist Trust Grant and a Centrum... Read More

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