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Buddha In Your Backpack

by Kyle Norris

The author steers dramatically clear of converting his teen readers to Buddhism, which is one aspect that makes this book enjoyable. He equates teens’ struggles with those of spiritual seekers, “all of which require awareness,... Read More

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The Way of the Wanderer

by Kyle Norris

“For some reason I chose travel as my stimulant of choice and catalyst of inner explorations,” writes Yeadon, who delves into both internal and external journeys. As alluded to in his subtitle (“Discover Your True Self Through... Read More

Book Review

The Majesty of the French Quarter

by Kyle Norris

“When the town was fresh and young she was seductive, voluptuous and vulnerable in the composition of a great mistress,” writes Mikko Macchione in the foreword of this book. An appropriate motto for photographer and writer... Read More

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Loving in Time of War

by Kyle Norris

An unpretentious house hiding Jews in the war, a modern-day bus terminal, a bed vacant of its lover and an 1847 Irish trial over the death of a sheep are all examples of the poems? locations, but it is Aliesan’s subject matter that... Read More

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Finding Fran

by Kyle Norris

Finding Fran traces the lives of two women with apparently similar backgrounds who proceed to follow strikingly different paths. Author Lois W. Banner, a professor of history and gender studies is one of these women while the other is... Read More

Book Review

Fat!So?

by Kyle Norris

This book is a deluxe banana split. Not composed of triple chocolate fudge ice cream and gooey butterscotch topping, but rather Marilyn Wann’s bold creativity and humor along with generous portions of fascinating historical, cultural... Read More

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Boys Like Her

by Kyle Norris

This book has appropriately been dubbed “A road movie of young queer life and gender transformation.” It chronicles the experiences of four performance artists collectively known as Taste This, and succeeds as a fascinating study... Read More

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No Mountain Too High

by Kyle Norris

No Mountain Too High chronicles the story of Expedition Inspiration, a team of 17 breast cancer survivors who climb Argentina’s Mount Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere. Their goal: to raise public awareness about... Read More

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