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Tomatoland

by Andi Diehn

There are few people who don’t appreciate the taste of a ripe tomato on a summer’s day. Its tangy sweetness can make a boring turkey sandwich into something near remarkable, and don’t even try serving a green salad without its... Read More

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Dark Neighbors

by Andi Diehn

Tales of the occult are enjoying a renaissance in popular culture; from the “Walking Dead” TV series to the bestselling Twilight Saga series, readers all over the world are drawn like moths to a flame to stories about creatures of... Read More

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Bobblehead Dad

by Andi Diehn

A cancer diagnosis changes everything: work, relationships with family and friends, one’s perspective on what makes a good or bad day. Jim Higley didn’t expect the summer after his own diagnosis and subsequent surgery to be the best... Read More

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The Never Weres

by Andi Diehn

How might humans repopulate the planet if no more babies were being born? Why, clones, of course! But, according to Fiona Smyth’s dystopian graphic novel, "The Never Weres", there’s a glitch. The clones are not the thinking,... Read More

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