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Into Your Blues

by Karen Rigby

In the future-set novel "Into Your Blues", people from two generations struggle for meaning and fulfillment. In Charlie Moodie’s fresh and original novel "Into Your Blues", middle-aged men’s lives are upended by job losses. In the... Read More

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Feral Darling

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Belief and doubt collide in "Feral Darling", a gory horror novel about zealotry and manhood. A young man is caught up in a timeless battle between good and evil in Ed Diamante’s supernatural horror novel "Feral Darling".... Read More

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Wild Spectacle

by Carolina Ciucci

Janisse Ray’s memoir in essays, "Wild Spectacle", centers the role of the wilderness in her life. Throughout the years, Ray has turned to nature in the pursuit of self-discovery, clarity, and adventure. These essays focus on her... Read More

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Cathedral Late Afternoon

by Delia Stanley

In the historical novel "Cathedral Late Afternoon", a Jewish American soldier in post-war Germany has experiences that change his trajectory. In Bob Lavner’s historical novel "Cathedral Late Afternoon", an American soldier witnesses... Read More

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The Smooth River

by Melissa Wuske

"The Smooth River" is a self-help book that shows how to live a full life, even in the face of death. Richard S. Cohen’s "The Smooth River" is a self-help book rooted in a painful but hope-filled personal story. Cohen’s wife, Marcia,... Read More

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