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Shopping, or The End of Time

by Matt Sutherland

A child of Houston, Cairo, and Caracas, a mother of three in Bolivia, Emily Bludworth de Barrios comes at her work from all directions at once, with a frenzied takedown of parental angst, violence against women, existential hopelessness,... Read More

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Imperfect Present

by Matt Sutherland

In this masterclass in effervescent wordcraft, even as it ranges through troubled terrain, Sharon Dolin proves to be a poet for the love of sanity. Seven collections of poetry, a Pushcart Prize, 2021 National Endowment for the Arts... Read More

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The Hammerhead Chronicles

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Scott Gould’s novel "The Hammerhead Chronicles", cycling teaches a depressed man how to cope with life, though not in the way he expected. On the day that his almost-ex-wife Peg died, Claude bought a bicycle. It is the only good... Read More

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Nonverts

by Rebecca Foster

One in four Americans belongs to no religion, the majority of those having been raised in, and having left, Christianity. In his engaging book "Nonverts", Stephen Bullivant unearths the stories behind these statistics and presents cogent... Read More

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Plain

by Meg Nola

In "Plain", Mary Alice Hostetter chronicles her formative years within a Mennonite family and her later quest for personal independence. In Pennsylvania, Hostetter and her siblings worked on her parents’ farm. She also helped with... Read More

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Bratwurst Haven

by Rebecca Foster

In the dozen linked short stories of Rachel King’s gritty collection "Bratwurst Haven", lovable, flawed characters navigate aging, parenthood, and relationships. Set in Colorado in the recent past, the book depicts a gentrifying area... Read More

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Conspiracy

by Kristen Rabe

"Conspiracy" is a fascinating, timely psychological study of those who believe conspiracy theories and of the elusive truths behind those beliefs. Citing an astonishing range of examples, the book defines a conspiracy as two or more... Read More

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