Svetislav Basara’s "The Cyclist Conspiracy" is a fascinating novel. Beginning with a first-person narrative by Charles the Hideous, ending with a design for an inverted Tower of Babel, and filled with mind-bending philosophical,... Read More
The issue of immigration, particularly in America’s Southwest, has become so politicized and inflammatory that one often forgets it is an issue of human suffering, struggle, hope, and despair, of life and death. Melinda Palacio’s... Read More
"Distance Cycling" is written for the cyclist who has decided he or she wishes to train with a specific goal in mind. As outlined in the introduction, these goals might range from successfully completing a long ride (100-200 kilometers)... Read More
To be human means striving to come to terms with impermanence, change, and loss. Rationally, one knows that nothing lasts forever, including youth or a perfect moment. But when the hard, cold, unavoidable reality of dissonance destroys... Read More
“Do we have a purpose?” “Are we capable of unconditional love?” “What is God’s role in our lives?” These are the types of questions Tom Milton explores in his fifth novel "A Shower of Roses". But perhaps Milton’s most... Read More
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