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Meagan Logsdon, Book Reviewer

Meagan Logsdon is an aficionado of Russian literature, ancient and medieval Christianity, and all things Inklings—particularly J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis’s lesser-known peer, Charles Williams. Vibrant characters, prose that sings, and lofty ideas attract her more than anything else. In addition to book reviews, she also writes her own fiction, which tends to blend myths, mysticism, and the metaphysical. Her first novel is in the works.

Book Review

Space Dogs

by Meagan Logsdon

Martin Parr’s "Space Dogs" features a collection of Soviet memorabilia alongside a brief overview of the program that led to the eventual entry of humans into space. What began as a mere scientific experiment soon erupted into a... Read More

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The Dictionary Wars

by Meagan Logsdon

Nationalism and patriotism are not unfamiliar substances in America’s bloodstream. As Peter Martin’s "The Dictionary Wars" illustrates, such fervor extended into heated debates over English language usage. In its infancy, the United... Read More

Book Review

The Goose Fritz

by Meagan Logsdon

Among the strands that shape a person’s identity, family may be one of the most influential. Sergei Lebedev delves into one such family in "The Goose Fritz", an impressive tangle of branches in a single ancestral tree. Kirill has... Read More

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Hermanas

by Meagan Logsdon

In "Hermanas", Natalia Kohn, Noemi Vega Quiñones, and Kristy Garza Robinson construct a lighthouse with love, built on the examples of biblical women as well as each author’s personal experiences, to draw their Christian Latina... Read More

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Sixteen

by Meagan Logsdon

Humming with emotion, Auguste Corteau’s "Sixteen" plumbs mysteries both sonic and spiritual. It’s a globe-spanning and deeply personal alternate history. The Soviet Union seems on the verge of collapse in 1953. Mass defections to the... Read More

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