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Wonderland

by Jacquelyn Lazo

Ligon’s poignant compilation mirrors fundamental truths about human desire and defeat. “Something broke in me for good, some brittle thing I didn’t know was there,” writes Samuel Ligon in his new collection, "Wonderland", “and... Read More

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Teaching Particulars

by Jacquelyn Lazo

After her forty years of teaching, Smith’s keen understanding of the literary canon makes her the perfect candidate to write this humorous and insightful book. “While there are differences in what students at each grade level respond... Read More

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Adirondack August

by Jacquelyn Lazo

Kay Benedict Sgarlata is in control throughout the narrative in this book about the lines between pain and pleasure, set amid vivid descriptions of the Adirondack landscape. Kay Benedict Sgarlata’s debut fictional work, "Adirondack... Read More

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The Governor's Lady

by Jacquelyn Lazo

Master of dialogue, Robert Inman’s new novel is insightful, engaging, and swiftly paced. Robert Inman’s most recent book, The Governor’s Lady, delves into the dynamic political arena. It moves at a rapid, intoxicating pace. As a... Read More

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Trouble behind Glass Doors

by Jacquelyn Lazo

A balance of dark humor and a devastatingly sorrowful tone illumines the human condition in these elegiac poems. Appointed the first poet laureate of Missouri in 2008, Walter Bargen writes about humanity with a candidly chilling and... Read More

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