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Feral Darling

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Belief and doubt collide in "Feral Darling", a gory horror novel about zealotry and manhood. A young man is caught up in a timeless battle between good and evil in Ed Diamante’s supernatural horror novel "Feral Darling".... Read More

Book Review

Singularity

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Following a family that confronts climate change, the novella "Singularity" reads like a love letter to science. A family’s perseverance leads to breakthrough scientific discoveries in Jayme A. Oliveira Filho and Jayme S. Alencar’s... Read More

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Point Option

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Point Option" is a thrilling time travel story that’s wrapped in the smooth steel of a military at-sea operation. A US Navy strike group is overtaken by a strange weather phenomenon in Ian A. O’Connor’s military thriller "Point... Read More

Book Review

My Book of the Dead

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

No aspect of life is left unexamined in the piercing poems of Ana Castillo’s new collection "My Book of the Dead". Embracing her place as “the original Xicanista,” Castillo’s collection straddles the line between personal and... Read More

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Black Paper

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Art is the lens through which Teju Cole examines and makes sense of our shared humanity in the essay collection "Black Paper". Across six sections, Cole uses different art forms, including painting, photography, and literature, to... Read More

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