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Book Review

Earth Almanac

by Rebecca Foster

“Writing about experiences afield is a way of reliving them,” environmental reporter Ted Williams writes in "Earth Almanac", which synthesizes half a century of his nature observations into essays that mark the changing of the... Read More

Book Review

Sign Here If You Exist

by Rebecca Foster

Naturalist Jill Sisson Quinn’s essay collection "Sign Here If You Exist" concerns connection and change in relation to both the self and the world at large. As an environmental educator in Wisconsin, Quinn taught that everything is... Read More

Book Review

Talking to a Portrait

by Claire Foster

"Talking to a Portrait" is a rare glimpse into the world of fine art galleries and museums that contains the delights, blunders, research, conversations, and inspiration of curating an exhibition. This memoir from one of Canada’s... Read More

Book Review

The Goode Guide to Wine

by Andrea Hammer

Jamie Goode’s full-bodied "The Goode Guide to Wine" tastes its way through the industry for consumers and the trade. Original, sensory-fused titles, including “Mouthfeel Matters,” frame the book’s short and easy-reading chapters.... Read More

Book Review

Like a Boy but Not a Boy

by Karla Strand

andrea bennett’s essays concern growing up, pregnancy, parenting, and mental health—topics that are addressed from a nonbinary perspective. Growing up in small town Canada as a queer, nonbinary individual was a complicated and... Read More

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