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Drained

by John M. Murray

In the dystopian young adult novel "Drained", a resistance group works to overthrow a burgeoning dictatorship. In Marc Daniel Acriche’s apocalyptic novel "Drained", a high school senior gambles her life to free New York from the grips... Read More

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Not the Real Jupiter

by Karen Rigby

Amateur sleuth and literary translator Cassandra Reilly returns in Barbara Wilson’s "Not the Real Jupiter", an engrossing mystery about the secrets behind a small Portland press. Cassandra is translating the work of a fiery Uruguayan,... Read More

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Generation Manifestation

by Karen Rigby

In this layered dystopian novel, teenagers fight to survive the cruel manipulations of an unjust society. A teenager tries to distinguish herself in a world divided by beliefs about genetic superiority in Steven Bereznai’s dystopian... Read More

2020 Finalist for Literary

2019 Finalist for Women's Studies

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Birds Sing before Sunrise

by Benjamin Welton

"Birds Sing before Sunrise" is high-minded thriller that builds upon political insights using excellently placed characters. Jan Smolders’s "Birds Sing before Sunrise" is a muscular political thriller set in the controversial milieu of... Read More

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Hunters of Hahl

by John M. Murray

"Hunters of Hahl" is a character-driven fantasy that brims with heartfelt ideas about family and culture. In Jack Henry Psaila’s compelling fantasy "Hunters of Hahl", a society unites in the hopes of defeating a towering monster. A... Read More

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