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Korea

by Matt Sutherland

The aftermath of the bloodbath that was World War II did not leave any of the victorious states much reason to be jubilant. Scarred and wary of each other, Russia, China, and the United States all maneuvered geopolitically to advance... Read More

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False Calm

by Meagan Logsdon

Personal memoir, travelogue, and history combine in María Sonia Cristoff’s "False Calm", a journey that peels back the layers of the ghostly fog blanketing Patagonia to reveal engrossing complexity. With quiet introspection, Cristoff... Read More

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Travels with JJ

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"Travels with JJ" is a lighthearted and entertaining travelogue that moves across the United States, two canines in tow. Lori Stewart’s captivating travelogue "Travels with JJ" follows the author’s cross-country journey with her two... Read More

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The Last Mosaic

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

“A fragment defies the mind’s impulse to make things whole. Defies it, and entices it,” and from just such fragments, Elizabeth Cooperman and Thomas Walton cobble together a hybrid work—parts travel journal, memoir, lyric essay,... Read More

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