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Freeman's

by Laura Leavitt

John Freeman, the former editor of Granta, edited this collection on power. Its stories and poems are astonishing in their global breadth, featuring chilling and vivid perspectives on brutal and sublime assertions of power in life around... Read More

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The Heart of War

by Laura Leavitt

"The Heart of War" by national policy veteran Kathleen McInnis is part office drama, part foible-filled romp through the US’s military bureaucracy. When Dr. Heather Reilly arrives at the Pentagon to work as an academic fellow, she... Read More

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Take a Hike!

by Laura Leavitt

"Take a Hike!" contains engaging and educational poems that deliver appealing lessons about language. Brett Fleishman’s "Take a Hike!" is an age-appropriate compilation of humorous poems that build off of puns and idioms to entertain... Read More

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The Ugly Fight

by Laura Leavitt

The book’s extended thought experiment, which details how AI could impact our fight against climate change, is compelling. R. S. Amblee’s technological, environmental examination, Unleashing Artificial Intelligence Against Global... Read More

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Buddhism for Western Children

by Laura Leavitt

"Buddhism for Western Children" is a dreamlike literary novel that journeys into the psyche of cult living from the perspective of a child. Daniel’s parents, Ray and Cleary, bring him to Avadhoot Master King Ivanovich’s farm in Maine... Read More

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