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May 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 2015.

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The Glory Gets

by Matt Sutherland

A black woman in America, hyper-acutely mindful of her race and gender, has much of interest to share, and when the medium of sharing is skillful poetry, walls come tumbling down. Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, aforementioned, is an English... Read More

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Ghetto Brothers

by Allyce Amidon

The best way to stay safe living in the Bronx in the 1960s and ‘70s was to join a gang, which was exactly what Benjamin “Benjy” Melendez, the son of Puerto Rican immigrants, did, eventually forming and running the Ghetto Brothers... Read More

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Passing on Curves

by Jeff Fleischer

Some of the experiences Craig McLaughlin writes about in "Passing on Curves" could provide enough material for an entire book. He spent much of his childhood on a farm where his mother’s boyfriend collected jaguars, tigers, monkeys,... Read More

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Host of Memories

by Jeff Fleischer

Peter Rupert Lighte is a natural storyteller, and "Host of Memories" collects short stories from throughout his life to form a memoir. Some of the childhood memories are as simple as searching for supplies for a family gathering or... Read More

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Embracing an Icon

by Matt Sutherland

Bernard Villemot, the last great commercial/poster artist, lived in Paris his entire life (no surprise), drew inspiration from Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, and other fine artists of his time (early-mid twentieth century), and... Read More

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Crows

by Matt Sutherland

The pitch black crow, as you well know, is intriguingly different from other birds. But studies show, you may not know, that crow brains compare in size (in relation to their bodies) to that of chimpanzees. So they’re smart as hell,... Read More

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