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Malacqua

by Karen Rigby

Pugliese deftly turns the dark clouds of imagination into a life-affirming ode. Nicola Pugliese’s unusual "Malacqua" was first published in 1977 by Italo Calvino. Never reprinted until after Pugliese’s death, it appears for the first... Read More

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The Woman in the Camphor Trunk

by Meg Nola

Heroine Anna Blanc is a spirited woman who refuses to be a damsel in distress—unless it helps her to solve a case. Jennifer Kincheloe’s intrepidly stylish Anna Blanc returns in her latest adventure, "The Woman in the Camphor Trunk".... Read More

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Beyond Colorblind

by Jeremiah Rood

"Beyond Colorblind" explores how religious communities can create spaces where ethnic identity is not just respected, but celebrated. Sarah Shin’s "Beyond Colorblind" is a needed exploration of how to talk about race in America, urging... Read More

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