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Cabañuelas

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Set at the dawn of the 1980s, Norma Elia Cantú’s lovely novel "Cabañuelas" occupies a culturally liminal space. Nena is from a family in Laredo, Texas, that keeps its Mexican culture alive, even while sending its sons to fight for... Read More

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Selectively Lawless

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Selectively Lawless" is a rollicking biography of a boundary-testing man. Bombastic and good-natured, Asa Dunnington’s biography of his hell-raising uncle Emmett Long, "Selectively Lawless", reads like an Old West tall tale that you... Read More

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Clifford

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Acclaimed First Nations writer Harold R. Johnson returns with "Clifford", a stirring family memoir and a tribute to Johnson’s beloved brother, whose funeral was the impetus for returning to their childhood home. Through wispy images of... Read More

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Horse Latitudes

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Its characters trample through lands on the brink of madness in search of something certain; its images are violent, heartbreaking, and starkly real. Morris Collins’s "Horse Latitudes" is a historically attuned novel for a world that... Read More

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We Are Family

by Michelle Anne Schingler

“How the hell do you start a letter to the UN?” If you’re Al Santamaria, you do it with the absolute conviction that your entreaty for their recognition of your family’s estate will be heard and respected—because you are a... Read More

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