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Blended

by Felicia Seeburger

"Blended" is a sympathetic, lighthearted story about the search for meaning. A midlife search for connection and meaning drives Graeme Daniels’s "Blended", a slice-of-life story featuring one woman’s thoughtful, if action-light,... Read More

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A Perverse Romance

by Amanda Adams

The story is memorable in its approach, and is brightened by unique, compelling writing saturated with vivid imagery. "A Perverse Romance" by Pru La Motte is a bold and exciting satirical take on tradition, desire, cultural expectations,... Read More

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The Hopkins Conundrum

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Edge makes good use of little-known literary and historical territory to mine convergences, tying them together with the freedom of fiction. A tragicomedy that slips through time and space circling various characters whose lives are... Read More

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Black-Eyed Susan

by Amanda Adams

This is a vivid, spirited search for the self, full of creativity and whimsy. Lively and entertaining, Elizabeth Leiknes’s "Black-Eyed Susan" provides great insight into the art of finding oneself. Susan Specter is a bundle of... Read More

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