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Comet Fox

by John M. Murray

The fractured storytelling of "Comet Fox" revolves around a complicated woman. The vignettes that make up Peter Quinones’s experimental novel "Comet Fox" focus on the escapades of a bisexual economist. With her contentious divorce... Read More

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You Can See More from up Here

by Aimee Jodoin

In Mark Guerin’s "You Can See More from up Here", a nineteen-year-old and his father face up to a conflict of generational ideologies when a workplace incident sends reverberations through their small town. In 1974 in Belford,... Read More

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As a River

by Linda Thorlakson

In Sion Dayson’s "As a River", Greer makes a valiant attempt to outrun his past, but this surface story belies a powerful undertow that transforms his return to Bannen, Georgia, and its anything-but-lazy Sicama River into a more... Read More

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The Face Tells the Secret

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Jane Bernstein’s thoughtful, character-driven novel "The Face Tells the Secret", a woman struggles with new knowledge about her unhappy childhood. Roxanne was never close to her mother, Leona, who prided herself on not being... Read More

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Exquisite Mariposa

by Rebecca Hussey

Fiona Alison Duncan’s "Exquisite Mariposa" is a funny, thought-provoking novel that levels pointed critiques at gender and class inequality and captures what it’s like to be a young person today. The novel’s narrator—a woman in... Read More

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Who Are You, Calvin Bledsoe?

by Ho Lin

Calvin Bledsoe is middle-aged, glum, and in dire need of a shakeup. Saddled with a strict Calvinist upbringing thanks to his celebrity mother, he’s freshly divorced and stuck writing a blog for a pellet stove company in small-town... Read More

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