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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

Book Review

Ghosts

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The poems of "Ghosts" contain exacting imagery from the natural world, rich language, and a powerful sense of justice. Nancy L. Davis’s volume of poems, "Ghosts", traces the slim boundary between life and death, whether through nature,... Read More

Book Review

Brother's Keeper

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In North Korea in 1950, twelve-year-old Pak Sora sees her father only when he arises from the hole the family of five has dug for him in the backyard so that he can avoid being conscripted into the army. The family cowers in place as... Read More

Book Review

Call Me Floy

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

“If there are to be stories about me, if I am to be a tameless girl, then let the story be mine,” says Florence “Floy” Hutchings in Joanna Cooke’s biographical novel "Call Me Floy". Headstrong, eleven-year-old Floy’s story is... Read More

Book Review

White Blood

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In the opening poem of White Blood: A Lyric of Virginia, silent ancestors elude the speaker, keeping her history and that of her family forever enshrouded in smoke, but modern science lights some small match, scattering the ghosts.... Read More

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