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The Long Weeping

by Meagan Logsdon

The essays in "The Long Weeping" traverse the full range of human experiences with grace. "The Long Weeping", by Jessie van Eerden, hums with lyricism and insights that reach to the essence of life, grief, and the soul. These essays are... Read More

Book Review


by Bradley A. Scott

Grover’s essays provide insight into Ojibwe life, even as it contends with the encroaching tendencies of surrounding cultures. This collection of short essays offers wisdom, humor, and affection from an Ojibwe grandmother who is also a... Read More

Book Review

Hope Is a Decision

by Joseph S. Pete

Ikeda has much to say about the human condition, and he does so artfully and with great understanding. Daisaku Ikeda’s Hope is a Decision gives a broad and insightful overview into the thinking of the acclaimed Buddhist religious... Read More

Book Review

The Stuff of Life

by Robert Foreman

Philosophical and inspirational, these essays wind toward grand ideas. In his collection of essays, "The Stuff of Life", Asif Zaidi takes on a series of often grand subjects and makes them relevant to the lives people lead, distilling... Read More

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