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Publishers Weekly reviews
"The right wing is eroding women's reproductive rights, and America's pro-choice majority must sound the battle cry, writes Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood...
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Amazon.com reviews
Women's reproductive rights are under the greatest threat we've faced in the past thirty years," writes Gloria Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of...
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Book Reviews reviews
In her thought-provoking book, The War on Choice, Gloria Feldt raises an alarm. Her intention is not to present a nuanced discussion regarding the abortion debate...
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Tourist Development Council's mothly newsletter reviews
KEY WEST BY THE BOOK By Carol Shaughnessy Florida Keys News Bureau From a literary standpoint, Key West is best known as the one-time home of Tennessee Williams...
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Los Angeles Times reviews
“In every chapter, [Huber] weaves stories of her activist life with richly imagined scenes of her grandfather, reconstructing his life from anecdotes and...
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The Marin Independant Journal reviews
When Max Sindell was a kid, adults inundated him with books about how to cope with divorce. He remembers one: "The Dinosaurs Divorce," about Mommy and Daddy...
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The Book Connection reviews
THE RIVER, BY MOONLIGHT is a powerful, gripping story. Exquisitely written, filled with diverse, well developed characters, and brimming with rich descriptions,...
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nycBigCityLit_Reviews reviews
Margo Berdeshevsky achieves an unusual trinity in her first book of poems, But a Passage in Wilderness. The collection is wonderfully experimental, exceptionally...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Penthouse reviews
Ellen Sussman has compiled the outrageous book we all wish we could've snuck into our school bookbags. — Penthouse
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Elle Magazine reviews
School's out, but you can still expand your mind and possibly your repertoire by picking up Ellen Sussman's DIRTY WORDS: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex (Bloomsbury...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Sixteen-year-old Sydney has just learned that a casual fling has left her pregnant (“I hadn't felt like I knew him well enough to remind him about the condom issue...
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Esquire Magazine reviews
"It is perhaps surprising that a man and a writer as famously combative as Norman Mailer would inspire such a generous, loving and even tender portrait; but the...
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Reviews by Jessewave reviews
All Lost Things provides a gritty mystery into which readers can really sink their teeth as well as be taken unawares by the twists and turns of the plot as it...
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Goodreads.com reviews
As one reads this book there are many different things that can come to one’s mind. When I first started reading the first thing I seen in the story line was a...
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The Prick of the Spindle reviews
In a time of persistent reproductions of classic literature through various media, it’s rare that one surfaces with such buoyancy as Terence Hawkins’s take on The...
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviews
In A. Manette Ansay's "Midnight Champagne" (1999), a funny, tender novel about a Midwestern wedding, the music is beer hall polka, raucous and sentimental. (Ansay...
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POETRY reviews
Perhaps as a countercurrent to the disintegration constantly threatening its speakers, Jukebox is filled with efforts to catch and clench. A woman presses her hand...
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Hayden's Ferry Review Blog reviews
There is ritual in this book: a searching for ritual, a creation of ritual. There is something in this collection that is purgative of the glories and the shames...
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BC Blogcritics reviews
Rothchild, a Los Angeles based writer, is promoting her recent book chronicling the small steps leading to a failed marriage.
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YouTube reviews
Dating in Miami can be a bit tough. Miami Beach native and author of How to Get Divorced by 30, Sascha Rothchild, gives us some friendly advice on how to take on...
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