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Frying Plantain

by Tanisha Rule

Internal culture clashes are at the center of the twelve intersecting parts that make up "Frying Plantain", in which a girl grows from a timid, eager-to-belong child into a confident young adult and discovers what it means to break away... Read More

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Night Theater

by Tanisha Rule

In "Night Theater", a disgraced surgeon faces a long night as three visitors arrive at his clinic door, greeting him with a macabre and otherworldly request. Before sunrise, the surgeon will question everything he thought he knew about... Read More

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Everywhere You Don't Belong

by Tanisha Rule

Gabriel Bump’s Everywhere You Don’t Belong is a spiraling coming-of-age tale about abandonment and perseverance that highlights the moments that made its lead—and some that nearly broke him. A ridiculous opening fight between... Read More

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The Road to Urbino

by Tanisha Rule

"The Road to Urbino" moves between Sri Lanka, the UK, and Italy, illuminating how each locale touches and irreparably changes its cast of characters throughout their lives. Ras is in jail. His crime: the theft of The Flagellation of... Read More

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Exercise Is Medicine

by Tanisha Rule

The general consensus is that exercise is good and leads to a better quality of life than sedentary habits do, but according to Judy Foreman’s Exercise Is Medicine, there is an additional benefit that should be promoted more widely.... Read More

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The Power of Fastercise

by Tanisha Rule

Denis Wilson’s "The Power of Fastercise" introduces a breakthrough way to achieve fat loss and fitness with low effort. The method involves signaling the body’s natural responses to movement and exercise; no gym membership is... Read More

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FoodWISE

by Tanisha Rule

Gigi Berardi’s passion for food is apparent in her guidebook "FoodWISE". Against a deluge of dieting suggestions, fads, and conflicting studies on nutrition, Berardi’s book acknowledges that it can be hard to know which aisle to... Read More

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