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Book Review

Of Color

by Rebecca Hussey

Drawing on personal experiences and cultural analysis, Jaswinder Bolina’s essay collection "Of Color" is an important examination of race in the US. The son of Sikh Punjabi immigrants by way of London, Bolina writes about navigating a... Read More

Book Review

Feasting Wild

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Feasting Wild" is a fascinating record of ecological travesties committed in the name of pleasing humans’ insatiable appetites. There’s an otherworldly sensibility to Gina Rae La Cerva’s accounts of the lands, airs, and seas as... Read More

Book Review

Irreplaceable

by Rachel Jagareski

Julian Hoffman’s "Irreplaceable" chronicles singular landscapes and the inspiring people who fight to protect them. It’s an eloquent, sustained prose poem about the beauty and historical, cultural, and ecological attributes of... Read More

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