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Black Sugar

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Black Sugar" opens as pirate Henry Morgan dies clutching his gold, his ship sinking under a Caribbean forest. In this moment of vivid magical realism, Miguel Bonnefoy sets the stakes for his novel—sunken treasure in the islands and... Read More

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The Out-of-Sorts

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

These stories offer a vivid glimpse of the lives of Rust Belt inhabitants. “Everything with a beating heart knows when aloneness has come to stay,” says a married woman living above the burning core of Centralia, Pennsylvania. She... Read More

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As Lie is to Grin

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

A sophisticated and complex work, this debut reconsiders the coming-of-age story for the twenty-first century. In his debut novel, Simeon Marsalis uses a complex structure to tell the story of David, an aspiring writer and a freshman at... Read More

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