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Pilgrim

by Margaret Fedder

Spare yet never lacking, these breathless poems capture the beauty of the simple and the sacred. Holly Wren Spaulding’s "Pilgrim" is as nourishing as breath. The importance of each line, each word, is equal to that of the spaces in... Read More

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Fram

by Margaret Fedder

An Arctic exploration becomes an exploration of the self as a man seeks a new understanding of connection with loved ones. The North Pole reveals itself to be not what government worker Oscar imagined in "Fram", an artfully funny novel... Read More

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Me, Rain, and a Hired Taxi

by Margaret Fedder

Graceful poems juxtapose the mystical with the practical. "Me, Rain, and a Hired Taxi", a book of poems by Davoud Safdarian, explores the mystical while remaining grounded in the often stark realities of everyday life. Using a consistent... Read More

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Sophie's House of Cards

by Margaret Fedder

Everyday life in the American Southwest makes for an apt landscape for this coming-of-age novel of family secrets and maturing love. In Sophie’s House of Cards, teenage Sophie’s loud-mouthed whimsy and fragile attempts at sincerity... Read More

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A Foolish Consistency

by Margaret Fedder

Weir takes a traditional romance to the next level by not glossing over the delicate choices involved in starting over at love and commitment. In "A Foolish Consistency" by Andrea Weir, recent divorcée Callie Winwood unexpectedly... Read More

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