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The Collective

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"The Collective" is Lindsey Whitlock’s alternative American history novel. It’s set in the early 1800s in rural Badfish Creek, a community deep in the Illinois territory where trappers, escaped slaves, and anarchists build their... Read More

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These Nameless Things

by Karen Rigby

In a purgatorial village that’s dwindled to nine members—all of whom were traumatized in a mountainous “city of suffering”—change is brewing. Shawn Smucker’s "These Nameless Things" is an enigmatic allegory on post-traumatic... Read More

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The Joy of Sorcery

by Carol Booton

In Sten Nadolny’s masterful "The Joy of Sorcery", magic, love, and family illuminate a tragic time in world history. Pahroc is the sorcerer son of a Paiute Indian man and a Berliner woman. In a series of letters to his young... Read More

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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

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