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The Dark Side of Memory

by Jeana Jorgensen

"The Dark Side of Memory" is a violent yet elegiac portrayal of the tragic Cold War disappearances of Uruguayan citizens. Tessa Bridal’s historical book "The Dark Side of Memory" traces the intertwined lives of mothers, grandmothers,... Read More

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Under the Rainbow

by Meredith Grahl Counts

"Under the Rainbow" is an amiable and elegant diary set during Covid-19 stay-at-home orders, when rainbows were displayed as a symbol of unity and appreciation with Britain’s National Health Services workers. James Attlee reports from... Read More

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Springer Mountain

by Ashley Holstrom

A short fever dream of a book, "Springer Mountain" combines historical records with personal philosophies about the evolution of meat-eating and vegetarianism in human beings. Wyatt Williams, a restaurant critic, was on a mission to... Read More

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Amber & Rye

by Rachel Jagareski

Polish food authority Zuza Zak introduces the Baltic states in Amber & Rye, a stunning account of her summer tour of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Her creative versions of traditional recipes and novel use of beloved local... Read More

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