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The Half-Life of Everything

by Meg Nola

Deborah Carol Gang’s "The Half-Life of Everything" centers on David and Kate, a married couple easing contentedly toward middle age. They have two adult sons and decades of shared memories. Then Kate begins to experience early-onset... Read More

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The Favourite

by Meg Nola

In "The Favourite", S. V. Berlin’s quietly compelling debut novel, estranged siblings reunite following the death of their mother, troubled by old resentments and misunderstandings at a time of both raw and numbing grief. Edward and... Read More

Book Review

Five Hundred Poor

by Meg Nola

Noah Milligan’s collection of short stories, "Five Hundred Poor", takes its inspiration from a quote by economist Adam Smith, in which he wrote that for every rich man, there are five hundred poor ones who are frustrated by their own... Read More

Book Review

In the Restaurant

by Meg Nola

Christoph Ribbat’s "In the Restaurant" serves up a fascinating buffet of fare and facts with its panoramic yet intimate look at the enduring concept of serving food to patrons. The book spans centuries and cuisines from the compiled... Read More

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