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Published Reviews

Greasewood Creek
Library Journal reviews
The expressive language of poetry is unmistakable in Steele’s lyrical debut novel . . . This is a spare but powerful novel from award-winning poet Steele....
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Greasewood Creek
Contrary Magazine reviews
In her debut novel, Greasewood Creek, Pamela Steele draws heavily from the elements of poetry even as she weaves an emotionally complex story. The short...
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Greasewood Creek
Publishers Weekly reviews
"Steele offers an eloquent meditation on patterns of grief, loss, and silence between generations, with the quiet, grounded narration moves fluidly across time and...
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Romantic Times reviews
"an absolutely charming, feel-good read. Lauren Baratz-Logsted writes genuine characters, killer comedic timing and romantic blunders that are truly something...
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Forgetting English - new edition
5 Minutes for Books reviews
“Raymond is a tantalizing author ... Forgetting English is an enticing look at travel as a metaphor for change and growth."
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Forgetting English - new edition
Diary of an Eccentric reviews
“Raymond does a wonderful job giving us a peek at the lives of these characters...In few words, Raymond conveys a myriad of emotions, brilliantly showcasing anger...
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Forgetting English - new edition
Raging Bibliomania reviews
“Both stylistically simple and deeply poignant, Raymond imbues the women in this collection with both wise self-assessment and heartbreaking reality, giving her...
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Forgetting English - new edition
Write Meg reviews
“Midge Raymond’s Forgetting English offers readers vignettes with a common theme: every story involves a stranger in a strange land...Regardless of where they...
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Hystera
The Providence Journal reviews
“Leora Skolkin-Smith’s new novel, “Hystera,” provides a very vivid sense of being in the head of someone having a psychotic breakdown, and is a powerfully useful...
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Hystera
"The Large Hearted Boy Blog" reviews
  "Leora Skolkin-Smith's novel Hystera is an unforgettable story of mental illness. Set in the New York City of the 1970s, the book is told in precise...
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Geographies of Light
Banipal: Magazine of Modern Arab Literature reviews
Majaj’s imagery is thick with vegetation, not just the figs we expect in Arab American poetry and the olive trees that are such symbols for Palestinian poetry, but...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Gosline and Bossi's latest collaboration is an ideal gift for a newborn. Devoting one spread to each month of the year, Gosline outlines some of the personality...
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Emeralds in the Snow
Smoky Mountain News reviews
  Smoky Mountain News Enterprise Mountaineer. Review by JC Walkup Obsession begins and drives this tale of gems and greed set in these Western North...
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Shaggy Muses
Bark Magazine reviews
With this book, Adams has created a niche that will thrill those who love literature, biography and dogs.
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Jen Robinson's Book Page reviews
The Dust of 100 Dogs is complex and dark (though with flashes of humor). But it's also unique and rewarding, written with a distinct voice, and featuring two very...
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Night's Kiss: Lesbian Erotica
Goodreads.com reviews
Every time I have the pleasure to read Catherine Lundoff’s lesbian erotica, I am invariably left breathless in more ways than one. Lundoff is a master of the...
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American cover of THE WARSAW ANAGRAMS
Vanity Fair (Spanish edition) reviews
Estamos ente una de las sorpresas del verano. “Los anagramas de Varsovia” es, al mismo tiempo, una novela policiaca y una novela histórica. Y en ambos aspectos...
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 Chaucer's Host: Up-so-doun
The Midwest Book Review reviews
Like many enduring works of art, The Canterbury Tales has been subjected to new interpretations over the years. Important and respected scholars have dissected and...
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Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery)
Sun Sentinel (Florida) reviews
  "Alexander Galant has created a thrilling murder mystery: One with countless cliffhangers and suspense, but no foreshadowing that could hint to what will...
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The Possibility of Everything
People Magazine reviews
What would you do if your child had an imaginary friend who seemed not only omnipresent...but malevolent?
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