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Bright

by Attorious Renee Augustin

Kiki Petrosino collects poetic, honest, philosophical vignettes in "Bright", an investigation into the etymology of the term for lightness as it pertains to the effects of colorism and the unintended consequences of inhabiting a body... Read More

Book Review

Half Wild

by Jeff Fleischer

Dave Dempsey spent more than three decades working in a range of environmental-policy roles in Michigan, and those experiences inform his new essay collection "Half Wild". The stories in the book all discuss the intersection of human... Read More

Book Review

I Want Magic

by Michele Sharpe

A native of New Orleans with a PhD in English, C. W. Cannon brings his perspective to the city, the South, and race in his essay collection "I Want Magic". With eloquence and keen analyses, Cannon defends New Orleans as complex and... Read More

Book Review

Mistletoe Winter

by Rebecca Foster

Roy Dennis is a UK wildlife conservation pioneer; in the past six decades, he has been particularly active in reintroducing birds of prey, including ospreys and white-tailed eagles. In the essays of "Mistletoe Winter", his excitement... Read More

Book Review

Forgive Everyone Everything

by Jeremiah Rood

Confronting violence with hope, the illustrated memoir "Forgive Everyone Everything" collects grace-filled moments from a Los Angeles ministry. Gregory Boyle’s inspirational book "Forgive Everyone Everything" is filled with wisdom... Read More

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