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The Pinch

by Sheila M. Trask

Crafted to blur the boundaries between what’s real and what’s not, this fascinating tale depicts a fanciful past that’s both weird and enchanting. Traveling to a foreign land can be both enchanting and overwhelming, as is Steve... Read More

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The Color of Food

by Sheila M. Trask

Bowens’s research and interviews with farmers of color offer hope for the future of American farms and families. If you’re interested in local, farm-to-table food systems, you’ve probably read some of Michael Pollan’s or Joel... Read More

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A Solemn Pleasure

by Sheila M. Trask

From grief to daily rituals to the shape of a dachshund, Pritchard insightfully connects the most obscure of subjects to reveal gems of truth about the human experience. The wide range of topics Melissa Pritchard addresses in her essay... Read More

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Overcoming Shock

by Sheila M. Trask

Accessible explanations of terminology, theories, and practices opens audiences up to psychological healing of emotional wounds. Unresolved shock reactions can affect every part of our lives, according to experienced therapists Diane... Read More

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Dash in the Blue Pacific

by Sheila M. Trask

While the weird situations and characters are humorous and entertaining, the themes beneath its surface offer depth and insight. Surely Dash’s run of bad luck must be winding down. He’s lost his job and fiancée and finds himself... Read More

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Kriya Yoga

by Sheila M. Trask

Wyder is always personal, never preachy, in sharing her spiritual quest, allowing twenty-first-century seekers to start their own journeys. A seminal resource by a dedicated devotee, Heidi Wyder’s Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and... Read More

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