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Feast Day of the Cannibals

by Meg Nola

Set in Gilded Age New York, Norman Lock’s "Feast Day of the Cannibals" is the sixth standalone book in the American Novel series. At the cusp of the nineteenth century, fictional and real life characters intersect in a setting that’s... Read More

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Queer Faith

by Claire Foster

What do Madonna, George Michael, and Lady Gaga have in common with Petrarch? A lot, according to Melissa E. Sanchez’s new book, "Queer Faith". The book unpacks the secular language that Western culture uses to talk about love and race... Read More

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The Other Hand

by Delia Stanley

"The Other Hand" is a captivating spiritual novel about faith and family. In Andrew Kane’s thoughtful novel "The Other Hand", traditional Judaism meets modern realities. Jonathan Bauman has been a Orthodox rabbi for decades, helping... Read More

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Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers

by Claire Foster

Heists and aesthetic opinions abound in the hilarious Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers. If those sofa cushions could talk, it would be X-rated. Nathaniel & the Midnight Movers is a madcap comedy about a gay man coming of age in... Read More

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Unashamed

by Kristine Morris

For LGBTQ Christians, especially those in evangelical churches, the decision to come out can mean being shunned, dismissed from church leadership or service positions, and made to feel eternally excluded from God’s love. Despite these... Read More

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