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Escape from Oblivia

by Claire Foster

In the novel Escape From Oblivia, a man flirts with his long overdue maturation, but faces obstacles both real and imagined in the process. Brian Kindall’s novel "Escape from Oblivia" uses humor to address the romantic, personal, and... Read More

Book Review

Felonious Monk

by Angela McQuay

A monk with anger management problems leads William Kotzwinkle’s novel "Felonious Monk", which is a wild ride of double-crossing crimes. Tommy Martini was born into a crime family, but removed himself to a monastery after killing a man... Read More

Book Review

Seaweed McTweed

by George Hajjar

"Seaweed McTweed" is a powerful picture book about the anxiety of not fitting in, and about the power of friendship to save the day. In Jon Nappa and Jason Kendrickson’s fun picture book "Seaweed McTweed", a sea monster wants to make a... Read More

Book Review

Utopia PR

by Randi Hacker

Sharp and witty, the novel "Utopia PR" is a free range political send-up set in a chaotic, perplexing, and familiar future world. In Adam Bender’s future-adjacent political satire "Utopia PR", a government public relations operative... Read More

Book Review

David and Ameena

by Claire Foster

Meatballs, free jazz, and subway singers? This is a fine romance. A fanciful courtship flourishes between two artistic loners in "David and Ameena", whose leads deal with connections, synchronicity, and cultural differences. David and... Read More

Book Review

Anyone for Edmund?

by Wendy Hinman

Simon Edge’s rollicking novel "Anyone for Edmund?" romps through Medieval British history with style. A team of archaeologists discovers the bones of St. Edmund, the English king and martyr, beneath tennis courts that are near the... Read More

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