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Mina

by Katie Asher

Kim Sagwa’s psychological and observant "Mina" follows two young women trying to navigate their society. Introverted, passive, and introspective, Mina mourns a childhood friend who committed suicide in the best way she knows how: by... Read More

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Madame Victoria

by Susan Waggoner

"Madame Victoria" is an imaginative, haunting, and insightful examination of the lives of women. Shortly after the millennium, a skeleton is discovered on the grounds of Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital. It is identified as having... Read More

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Vic City Express

by Meagan Logsdon

"Vic City Express" tackles the migrant crisis in Greece with an unusual perspective. A traveler to Athens endures a racially charged diatribe from a fellow train passenger who decries the influx of foreigners in Vic City, the working... Read More

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False Calm

by Meagan Logsdon

Personal memoir, travelogue, and history combine in María Sonia Cristoff’s "False Calm", a journey that peels back the layers of the ghostly fog blanketing Patagonia to reveal engrossing complexity. With quiet introspection, Cristoff... Read More

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People in the Room

by Meagan Logsdon

Norah Lange’s "People in the Room" is a testament to the breadth of the imagination. A story within a story, its lines between reality and fantasy are obscured on a street in Buenos Aires. From her window, an unnamed adolescent girl... Read More

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