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A Spare Life

by Natasha Gilmore

With its masterful writing and epic scope, it is certain to find its own footing as an enduring work of world literature. Late in the novel "A Spare Life", by Lidija Dimkovska, a character asserts that “every pain is both local and... Read More

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Looking East

by Natasha Gilmore

An immigrant family finds their way through turbulent times in this sweeping historical drama. Jacqueline Dreager’s "Looking East" draws heavily from real events and people to create a sweeping political family drama. The story is... Read More

Book Review

Love and Happiness

by Natasha Gilmore

Werner and Lee present a thoughtful and expansive consideration of love throughout the ages as depicted in various works of literature. Love and Happiness: Eros According to Dante, Shakespeare, Jane Austen, and the Reverend Al Green is... Read More

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Entrevoir

by Natasha Gilmore

Elements present in the protagonist’s artwork shift the focus of the story to a hallucinogenic trip as he attains enlightenment. A work as conceptual as the protagonist’s art, "Entrevoir", by Chris Katsaropoulous, tells the story of... Read More

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Vermilion

by Natasha Gilmore

Genre-bending, gender-bending, dialect-filled, and fascinating, this steampunk novel handles old West racism with humor and grit. Lou Merriwether is a “psychopomp”—she has the ability to help spirits stuck in the land of the living... Read More

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