Van Why’s 9/11 is a heartfelt memoir of September 11th, 2001 that lends voice to the event’s survivors. Artie Van Why’s memoir 9/11 recounts his experiences as a witness to the September 11th, 2001 attacks and details the long,... Read More
Jeehan Quijano’s novel "The Unfolding" concerns itself with the roots of trauma: Where does loneliness begin? How does guilt take up residence in a family? Can grief be traced through a lifetime, or even multiple lifetimes? Benjamin,... Read More
The poems in "The Radical Dreams" are resonant, colored by emotional turbulence and finding solace in relationships and the natural world. In his collection "The Radical Dreams", poet Samuel Guest offers striking images and an... Read More
With battles, quests, political intrigues, and life-and-death struggles, "An Insect Tale" is a unique reimagining of high fantasy. In "An Insect Tale", by Alexander Barton Caceres, it’s up to three insects—a bee, a praying mantis,... Read More
This memoir offers a clear-eyed, engaging look at one serial entrepreneur’s journey. Globetrotting entrepreneur Stanley A. Weiss wrestles with what it means to be a success in his expansive, chatty memoir, "Being Dead Is Bad for... Read More
The real lesson of "Jay" is to cherish life’s small moments, and to remain on the lookout for the many flashes of beauty that surround us. A Midwestern brand of self-effacement runs through Jay Reed’s eponymous photo memoir, "Jay".... Read More
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