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Cry Wilderness

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A bit of a fish story (if fish were replaced with political fisticuffs), Frank Capra’s "Cry Wilderness" follows a fictionalized Capra to a wilderness cabin in the high Sierra and into local politics, where two long-term... Read More

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Born Criminal

by Mya Alexice

Angelica Shirley Carpenter’s "Born Criminal" skillfully fills in the history of an activist erased from history. While nineteenth-century women’s suffrage movements often saw elite white women fighting for their rights and no one... Read More

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Laurentian Divide

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Sarah Stonich’s "Laurentian Divide" continues the story of northern Minnesota’s Hatchet Inlet, a vacation town whose residents are deeply rooted in a place dependent on transience. Poised on winter’s trailing edge, everyone waits... Read More

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Jezebel Unhinged

by Claire Foster

Black womanhood is a complex, deeply provocative subject that exists at the intersection of multiple identities. Tamura Lomax’s new book "Jezebel Unhinged" is a phenomenal work that investigates the role of the church in constraining... Read More

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Bad Advice

by Susan Waggoner

Every day, thousands of “leading experts” tell us what to embrace and what to avoid. But how useful is the advice? How do useless trends and products make their way into the public sphere while harmless ones become villains? "Bad... Read More

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