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26Sep
Aqueous Books, 2015 ISBN: 978-0-9892387-4-8 Perfect bound, 331 pp., $16.99 Review by Mary Lannon In his essay, “Everybody’s Protest Novel,” James Baldwin famously castigated James Wright and Harriet Beecher Stowe for making...
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25Sep
Three One G/Pioneers Press, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-939899-24-8 Paperback, 53 pp., $13.99 Review by Andrew T. Powers Adam Gnade calls his new book, Locust House, a novella, and it falls within the page...
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19Sep
Interview by Nathan Leslie Pulitzer Prize finalist and Guggenheim fellow Lydia Millet’s third novel, My Happy Life, was winner of the 2003 PEN Center USA Award for Fiction. Laura Miller of Salon...
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12Sep
Early one morning, as the first rays of sunlight stole through the windows bordering the front door of my home, I rounded the corner into the hallway. I’m used to seeing the...
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08Aug
Four Way Books, 2015 ISBN: 978-1-935536-56-7 Perfect bound, 92 pp., $15.95 Review by Andrew Carroll and Nicole Reese Know this, reader: there is no music in this book. Paul Otremba’s Pax Americana...
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07Aug
Harvard Square Editions, October 28, 2016 Release date: October 28, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-941861-20-2 Paperback, 351 pp., $22.95 Review by L. Shapley Bassen Why do the innocent suffer? In the chapter about the...
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01Aug
Interview by Nathan Leslie Author Brock Clarke Brock Clarke is the author of five books of fiction, most recently the novels Exley (a Kirkus Book of the Year, a finalist for the Maine...
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31Jul
Ryan Garcia is an illustrator living and working in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. After completing his studies in architecture in 2013, he decided to change career paths entirely, and in 2014 enrolled in...
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30Jul
Microcosm Publishing, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-62106-009-3 Paperback, 222 pp., $14.95 Review by Andrew T. Powers I was excited when I first heard that Joe Biel had written a memoir. He’s a minor literary...
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24Jul
Lydia Guadagnoli is from a small town in northern New Jersey. She ventured to Philadelphia, where she attended the University of the Arts to study Illustration. Upon receiving her degree, she returned...
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