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All We Have to Believe In

by Michele Sharpe

"All We Have to Believe In" is a sprawling historical novel that’s concerned with individual accountability, collective responsibility, and empathy. Set in the period between the World Wars I and II, Jeffrey J. Lousteau’s historical... Read More

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(P)luck

by Michele Sharpe

"(P)luck" is a memorable story of the work of two brothers on some of the twentieth century’s most crucial public health and bioethics issues. Alfred and Blair Sadler’s memoir "(P)luck" is about their groundbreaking collaboration in... Read More

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Heimat

by Michele Sharpe

In the historical novel "Heimat", German immigrants face new challenges in the United States in the 1930s, shifting their understandings of “home.” In Paul Marzell’s historical novel "Heimat", nostalgic longing for their lost... Read More

Book Review

Child

by Michele Sharpe

Judy Goldman relishes memories of a loving relationship in her memoir "Child" while also struggling to reconcile herself to the systemic racism of the Jim Crow South. In midcentury South Carolina, Goldman blossomed under the care of... Read More

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Reflections on Mountaineering

by Michele Sharpe

The musing poems in "Reflections on Mountaineering" chart a course through a personal, enigmatic relationship with mountain landscapes. Alan V. Goldman’s poetry collection "Reflections on Mountaineering" explores the challenge and... Read More

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