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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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Immigration Essays

by Karen Ackland

These are thought-provoking meditations on family, immigration, and the American dream. In "Immigration Essays", Sybil Baker provides a provocative, open-hearted investigation into the ways that people leave home, and the reasons why.... Read More

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Why Debate

by Joe Taylor

This collection of essays belong in the hands of all those looking to persuade a thinking public. Shawn Briscoe’s collection of essays "Why Debate" is a compelling argument for the inclusion of debate and forensics programs in American... Read More

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Everything We Don't Know

by Karen Rigby

Essays explore isolation, weaving together the intangible and material touchstones of life periods with remarkable ease. Essayist and journalist Aaron Gilbreath excavates memories from his young adulthood through his early thirties in... Read More

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Strike Anywhere

by Peter Dabbene

Provocative and profound but eminently readable, "Strike Anywhere" demonstrates a critic of high order, unrestrained. It’s great fun watching Lista play with matches. Michael Lista casts his discerning eye toward poetry, television,... Read More

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Flyboy 2

by Patty Comeau

Tate succeeds in luring the audience by narrating as much from the heart as from the head. Flyboy 2: The Greg Tate Reader is an immersive, fluid, and genre-bending collection of commentary, essays, and exposition of the self, a beautiful... Read More

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