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March 31, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 31, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2015.

Book Review

Lotería Huasteca

by Anna Call

This is celebration sincere and genuine, an appreciation by an artist whose love for his art and for his subject shines through every print. Categorizing Alec Dempster’s "Lotería Huasteca" as an art book is tricky. Nominally a book of... Read More

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On Shaving Off His Face

by Peter Dabbene

Imaginative, inventive, and dynamic, "On Shaving Off His Face" is meaty poetry, a substantial work. There’s an ominous-looking skull on the cover of Shane Neilson’s "On Shaving Off His Face", and it’s a clear indicator that what... Read More

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by Gary Presley

Characters are relatable and fully human, and their actions resonate with the choices humans must make. Vic Amato’s sixteen tales in his Incoming: Collected Stories are literary explorations of the corridors of the human psyche, some... Read More

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How Gone We Got

by Amanda McCorquodale

Observations on emotional displacement are conveyed through visceral language and brave storytelling. In Dina Guidubaldi’s profound but emotionally raw short-story collection, "How Gone We Got", her protagonists seem to be looking for... Read More

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F*ck You I'm Irish

by Gary Presley

Those interested in Ireland and its history and people will find interesting reading here, sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, always informative. Any prospective traveler to Ireland—or someone intent on winning a St. Patrick’s... Read More