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Calexico

by Kai White

Life in Calexico, California, population just under 50,000, is circumscribed by border town issues, like the severely restricted access to its sister-city Mexicali, Mexico, population 700,000. Waits of up to ninety minutes at the border... Read More

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The Emancipation of Giles Corey

by Kai White

The Emancipation of Giles Corey: the title alone evokes themes of slavery and freedom. More specifically, it conjures a ghost from that dark chapter of Puritan history in which witches swayed from the gallows. The book was included in... Read More

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Someplace Like America

by Kai White

Thirty million people hungry, one in five children experiencing daily hunger, and ninety million living below the poverty line. Thousands living in fringe tent cities in a “Tarp Nation.” “This is not Mumbai, India,” according to... Read More

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The House that War Minister Built

by Kai White

"The House that War Minister Built" is a novel that may shake the neat structure and quaint romance of typical historical fiction with its authentic raw voices and its breadth of historic sweep. It is 1929 in a sequestered palace in... Read More

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Visions of the Multiverse

by Kai White

Dr. Steven Manly’s Visions of the Multiverse, begins with a welcome to “the multiple universe reality, whatever that is.” This tongue-in-cheek style permeates the conversational tone of a book that seeks to provide the layperson... Read More

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