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Playing Custer

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

With historical insight and the voices of numerous imagined personalities, Little Bighorn’s cultural legacy comes to light. With multiple players, diverse voices, and characters living over a century apart, Gerald Duff brings life to... Read More

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Meant to Be

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Two tough, career-driven people fall in love in this novel of nerve-wracking suspense. Sometimes, in romance, twenty-four hours is enough. In that time, love sparks bright and strong enough to sustain the rest of a novel that immediately... Read More

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Don't Go Back to Sleep

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Liu is the first to the wreckage, like a reporter at the scene, but his understanding moves far beyond the factual into the metaphorical. “You ask me to speak but my mouth holds back—my heart a house God remodels daily with an... Read More

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Cup

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

These poems, about a daughter with a cancer, offer rich contemplation and deft formal technique. Jeredith Merrin begins her poetry collection "Cup" with a tidal wave, the near mythic Poroca of Brazil, “a twelve-foot wall of water with... Read More

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