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Born Into This

by Samantha Ann Ehle

The short stories of Adam Thompson’s collection "Born Into This" center on the lives of Aboriginal and immigrant Tasmanians. In these natural, ethereal tales, characters’ moral struggles and victories are highlighted, as is courage,... Read More

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Seasons Between Us

by Kristen Rabe

The dazzling speculative fiction anthology "Seasons Between Us" features a range of distinct and powerful voices. These stories imagine parallel worlds in which different rules apply, animated by androids, aliens, selkies, and dryads.... Read More

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Spirits Abroad

by Eileen Gonzalez

Ghosts, dragons, and darker creatures populate the short stories of Zen Cho’s captivating collection "Spirits Abroad". In this book: spirits are everywhere. Some are friendly enough, while some go to horrific extremes to get what they... Read More

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Honey Mine

by Michael Elias

Camille Roy’s rich literary collection "Honey Mine" features outcasts and shows what it’s like to live as one. In the book’s sixteen short entries (both prose and poetry pieces), the character who speaks is always named Camille.... Read More

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The Bookseller

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

History and intrigue combine in the compelling short stories of "The Bookseller". Minor mysteries take center stage in Peter Briscoe’s short story collection "The Bookseller", which finds intrigue in the unsaid and the mundane and... Read More

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Expect Some Delays

by Susan Waggoner

Expansive and thoughtful, the short stories of "Expect Some Delays" capture the graces and ironies of aging. Carolyn Gaye’s imaginative short story collection "Expect Some Delays" focuses on characters who have crossed the meridian of... Read More

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On Tràigh Lar Beach

by Mari Carlson

The short stories of "On Tràigh Lar Beach" share a haunting atmosphere that’s explored through refuse and music. The short stories of Dianne Ebertt Beeaff’s "On Tràigh Lar Beach" cover women’s experiences with woe and redemption.... Read More

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