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The God Beat

by Meredith Grahl Counts

"The God Beat" collects twenty-six unexpected, thought-provoking stories of belief. In the text, profiles of charismatic figures stand out, as of a hugging guru who tours Northern California in “Amma’s Cosmic Squeeze,” and of... Read More

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The Precipice

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Precipice", noted scholar Noam Chomsky and interviewer C. J. Polychroniou review Donald Trump’s presidency and its possible short- and long-term consequences for the world. In a series of interviews conducted over several... Read More

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Blossom as the Cliffrose

by Melissa Wuske

The poems and prose pieces of "Blossom as the Cliffrose" celebrate the beauty and nature of the Mormon faith. The cliffrose is a beautiful but perhaps unlikely plant that blooms in the rugged Western deserts, where Mormons were forced to... Read More

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On Property

by Eileen Gonzalez

In his brief text "On Property", Rinaldo Walcott makes a case for the abolition of property and the criminal justice system. As far as most people, particularly white people, are concerned, abolition was a one-time event that freed... Read More

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Lost in Summerland

by Peter Dabbene

Barrett Swanson’s eloquent book "Lost in Summerland" combines personal essays, journalism, and travelogues into a memorable collection. The book opens with “Notes from a Last Man,” which at first seems to be an essay about spending... Read More

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