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Poetry the Mind is a Maze

by Sara Budzik

This poetry collection is a life-soaked, terrifying journey into a troubled man’s world. Tshekedi Wallace’s "Poetry the Mind is a Maze" is a brief volume of honest reflections that seems to occupy a spiritual space between lost... Read More

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WTF: Poems

by Sara Budzik

These evocative poems are a detailed but disciplined examination of a daughter’s understanding of her father. Laura Foley’s WTF is a collection of poems that reflect on and process the author’s relationship with her father, who... Read More

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WASP Sting

by Sara Budzik

"WASP Sting" is an easygoing story about the planes of WWII and the bravery of the pilots who flew them. With a shifty balance of romantic tension and authentic military flight knowledge, Lee A. Sweetapple’s "WASP Sting" is a... Read More

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Nickerbacher

by Sara Budzik

"Nickerbacher" is a playful, joyful story with a timeless, powerful message: be yourself and speak from your heart. Terry John Barto’s "Nickerbacher" is an updated fairy tale about a friendly dragon guarding a princess that encourages... Read More

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What We All Have

by Sara Budzik

"What We All Have" explores and dissects how humans relate to illness and death, touching on themes of connectedness and reaching outside one’s self to find fulfillment. Ray Dacolias’s "What We All Have" is an intimate novel that... Read More

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Windigo Moon

by Sara Budzik

It would not be an understatement to say that this should be required reading for anyone with an interest in Ojibwe history. "Windigo Moon" is historical fiction infused with research-driven folklore, an important volume of indigenous... Read More

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