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b, Book, and Me

by Meg Nola

The two girls central to Kim Sagwa’s haunting "b, Book, and Me" face bullying, their parents’ indifference, and a sense of helpless displacement. Teachers pretend not to notice what happens to Rang and b, averting their eyes or... Read More

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Include Me Out

by Rebecca Hussey

In the novel "Include Me Out", a woman tries to remake her life on her own terms and meets unexpected obstacles. Mara is a simultaneous interpreter who has had enough of a job that demands constant attention to language. All she wants is... Read More

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Heartland Calamitous

by Kristen Rabe

In his compelling collection of stories—most only a few pages long—Michael Credico marshals bold, creative images to depict a grim Midwest dominated by slaughterhouses and fast food restaurants. While not much happens and characters... Read More

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Ceremonials

by Karen Rigby

Gloom and grief coalesce in Katharine Coldiron’s delicate "Ceremonials", a poetic love story between classmates that erases the line between the living and the dead. Inspired by Florence + the Machine’s album of the same name, this... Read More

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The Teacher

by Jessie Horness

When a teacher takes her life, an unnamed narrator proves determined to ensure that her story is not lost to memory. Driven more by psychology than its plot, "The Teacher" is a chronology-jumping character study about the individual... Read More

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Frying Plantain

by Tanisha Rule

Internal culture clashes are at the center of the twelve intersecting parts that make up "Frying Plantain", in which a girl grows from a timid, eager-to-belong child into a confident young adult and discovers what it means to break away... Read More

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