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Published Reviews

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The New York Times Book Review, Fiction Chronicle reviews
THIS LIFE SHE'S CHOSEN: Stories. By Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum. (Chronicle, $19.95.) Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum makes an impressive debut with this collection of...
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Internet/Blogspot reviews
"Lunstrum’s writing reminds us that short stories are far from a lost art. Capable of entrancing more than any tome could, each story in Swimming with Strangers...
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Leading Lady
Anthony Scaduto Reviews reviews
So here comes Heywood Gould again with another exciting tale. Gould, author of "Fort Apache, The Bronx," "Boys From Brazil" and other novels and...
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Leading Lady
New Great Books That Are A Must Read reviews
As many readers know, I love a good thriller/mystery. Some are your conspiracy, big government types where the main character is a rogue agent trying to save...
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The Wolf and The Lamb by Rosy Cole
Kirkus Reviews/Discoveries reviews
Jane Austen meets Bleak House in an engaging historical novel about the demands of marriage in late 18th-century England. The first installment in a proposed...
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The Jewish Magazine, Toronto reviews
Cool Jew will have you proud to be a Heebster. Or wishing you were one.
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Al Young reviews
"Not only do Tennessee Reed's refreshing poems concern themselves with a range of concerns-from global travel, and the stunning achievements of Bessie Coleman,...
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Simon Ortiz reviews
"She is a brand new star in the galaxy of our spirit-shining for all of our people."
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Victor H. Cruz reviews
"This is a positive solid assertive poetic truths coming from where language makes it-language which was before us and will be after us-manifesting its power...
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Adrienne Kennedy reviews
"I admire your poems very much...your exceptional imagination and profusion of imagery, your spirit, your perceptions, your sensibility. I treasure your book and...
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How to Be
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Kids love to pretend. But maybe they're not as good at being animals as they could be, so San Francisco author and illustrator Lisa Brown ("Baby Mix Me a Drink")...
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Cutbank reviews
With his books Human Rights, and the latest Broken World, Joseph Lease has created a body of work which is wholly innovative and musically alive. Perhaps more than...
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Finn: A Novel
Newsweek reviews
Clinch's Pap is a convincingly nightmarish extrapolation of Twain's. He's the mad, lost and dangerous center of a world we'd hate to live in--or do we still live...
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Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of New York's Niagara Frontier
Lockport (NY) Union-Sun & Journal reviews
I ventured into this book with some prejudice. Upon beginning to read, I suddenly found myself intrigued. I found it such easy reading and such informative...
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Terrain - A Journal of the Built & Natural Environment reviews
Regardless of the elemental source—Lit Windowpane is full of earth and air and water—each poem settles over us like a fine dew—not suffocating, but synaptic and...
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Three Steps To Heaven
Dirty Linen reviews
While Cochran's meteoric rise... is shown from an insider's view, his influence is felt through the author's self-examination.
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A Pocket Can Have a Treasure in It
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
…will surely be appreciated by anyone reading…aloud to a pre-school classroom or (to) new readers.
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A Dangerous Man: gritty gay fiction from Anne Brooke
Chroma Journal reviews
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Genre Go Around Reviews reviews
DESTINY OF THE WOLF is an enjoyable satirical werewolf romantic suspense that takes a delightful bite at the mythology of moon howling shapeshifters while also...
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Darque Reviews reviews
Destiny of the Wolf follows Lelandi’s search for answers in the death of her sister Larissa. With a heavy dose of suspense, Ms. Spear weaves a romantic paranormal...
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