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by Meg Nola

In "Plain", Mary Alice Hostetter chronicles her formative years within a Mennonite family and her later quest for personal independence. In Pennsylvania, Hostetter and her siblings worked on her parents’ farm. She also helped with... Read More

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Now and Then

by Amy O'Loughlin

Made up of four profound pieces, this literary collection reimagines identity beyond one’s nation-state; it observes the discordance of the diaspora. Salah el Moncef’s literary collection "Now and Then" includes elements of social... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

Marked by gratitude, "Turning" is a personalized self-help text that encourages people to envision more for their third acts. Part memoir and part self-help work, geriatric nurse Becky Blue’s "Turning" concerns the culture of aging and... Read More

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The Devil's Highway

by Rebecca Foster

The Devil’s Highway combines Joan Myers’s photographs with a gritty short story by William deBuys to evoke the sweeping, inhospitable open road. Constructed in 1926, US Route 191, formerly known as Route 666 and nicknamed “The... Read More

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