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White Lies Matter

by Delia Stanley

"White Lies Matter" is a unique artistic investigation into often-repeated lies about American history. In concert with digital art, the short essays of John A. O’Connor’s "White Lies Matter" convey histories of inequality and... Read More

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Red Is My Heart

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Antoine Laurain’s experimental novel "Red Is My Heart" is an artful articulation of the discombobulation that follows when a relationship is severed without warning. Written as letters sent into the ether, to a party who does not wish... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

"Aspirations" is an educational guide that will be a source of encouragement to photographers in the early stages of their own careers. Part memoir, part career guide, photographer Raymond J. Klein’s "Aspirations" aims to help aspiring... Read More

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Wild Design

by Rachel Jagareski

William Blake’s poetic directive to “see a World in a Grain of Sand / And a Heaven in a Wild Flower” encapsulates the message of Kimberly Ridley’s "Wild Design". Here, the natural structures of mineral crystals, bird nests,... Read More

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Battle Carried

by Jeremiah Rood

"Battle Carried" is a coffee table book that’s flush with beautiful images; it tells the stories behind Japanese WWII tiger flags. Michael A. Bortner’s fascinating history text "Battle Carried" covers the Japanese tiger art flags... Read More

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