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The Sacred Ego

by Margaret Fedder

This outstanding guide to fostering peace in communities opens hearts up to facilitating justice in an often violent world. "The Sacred Ego" speaks from and to the heart as author Jalaja Bonheim implores humans, as individuals and as a... Read More

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Defining Atlas

by Margaret Fedder

This inspiring collection is filled with prayerful self-examination. Stone Michaels’s "Defining Atlas" contains poems that illuminate both the poet himself and the God he gives all glory to. In plainspoken language, Michaels praises... Read More

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Not to Touch

by Margaret Fedder

Intense and interesting, this poetry collection features a rawness of emotion deeply felt and adeptly conveyed. William Edmund Evans’s latest collection of poetry, "Not to Touch", is an intense and interesting follow-up to the intimate... Read More

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Teratology

by Margaret Fedder

This collection is striking in the way each individual piece feels essential to the whole, allowing for discovery, rediscovery, and the crafting of a new home for the soul. "Teratology" is a dynamic and beautifully hewn collection of... Read More

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The Eliot Girls

by Margaret Fedder

The often hidden aspects of the life of a female adolescent are portrayed honestly and sometimes gut-wrenchingly. Mother and daughter Ruth and Audrey find themselves floating away from one another amidst a sea of pedigreed young women in... Read More

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