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Connotation Press reviews
Book review of Heather Fowler’s collection, “People With Holes.”  “People With Holes,” is a potent collection of magic realism that weaves the tragedy and...
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Sydney Morning Herald reviews
"...thought-provoking, contemplative, and exploring the narrative and visual possibilities of his medium."
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The Miami Herald reviews
The holidays are over, your boss is still a jerk and now you’re deciding whether to set him straight about how to treat you in 2013. What you do next could cost...
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Perfect Red
amazon reviews
Jennie Nash has written a book about a young woman's ambition at a time when women weren't raised to want more than a MRS. Degree, which back then could be...
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Perfect Red
The Compulsive Reader reviews
Through Lucy Lawrence, the 21 year old heroine of Perfect Red, author Jennie Nash shows present-day readers what it was like to be an intelligent young...
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Perfect Red
Peeking Between the Pages reviews
  Perfect Red by Jennie Nash was a great read for me! I have read one other of Jennie’s books ( The Only True Genius in the Family ) and I...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2013. "A prosecutor and a homeless man team up against a murderous conspiracy in this rollicking thriller... The two settle...
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Sweet and Sour
China Insight reviews
  The “Chop Suey Craze” that engulfed large American and Canadian cities in the early decades of the 20th century (see http://www.asian-studies.org/eaa/...
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Barbed-Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie
Huffington Post reviews
On first glance, Jessica Kristie's debut novel has a distinct Dickens' like narrative: Kidnapped pre-teen children living out a meager existence as slave labor of...
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"Between Soul and Stone"
PowellsBooks.Blog http://www.powells.com/blog/contributors/my-favorite-poetry-books-of-the-past-year reviews
"One of my all-time favorite poets...Her latest book, Between Soul and Stone, is incredible. This may sound trite, but I can't help but identify Berdeshevsky's...
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ELEMENTAL, The Power of Illuminated Love
Zinta Reviews Blogarama and The Smoking Poet reviews
“And then this gift arrives, this grand and pleasingly heavy book. Unwrapping, I knew this would not be the kind of read that one zips through on a spare weekend...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Rebecca's Reads reviews
In high school, I discovered Charles Bukowski, John Fante, and Raymond Carver.  I subsequently realized I was a lover of short story fiction.  As a...
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FanBoyWonder reviews
...we wish to spotlight what we see as a promising new five-issue mini-series from DC Comics that’s hitting stores Wednesday—The Huntress: Year One. Here’s the...
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Facing North reviews
John Michael Greer offers material that more resembles “second wave” druidry from the 18th and 19th century, with a blend of Celtic-flavored nature religion, and...
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Merry Go Round Reviews reviews
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14 In the 1980s in Nashville, the Snow White Killer murdered ten women who looked similar with their dark hair and the red lipstick painted haphazardly all over...
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The Banquet Bug
TIME Asia Edition reviews
Geling Yan serves up a tasty tale of desire and corruption in China...
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"The Reality Machine" by Cliff Burns
Strange Adventures (U.K.) reviews
"At last Canada has found a literary equivalent to David Cronenberg."
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The Fires of Shalsha
Pagan Book Reviews reviews
This is a quick read, and yet a very rich tale, too. The twist at the end is a nice touch, though I wasn’t too surprised by the resolution that occurred after....
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Evans demonstrates his playwright’s mastery of dialogue and tension in his accomplished and whimsical first novel about love and the bizarre behavior it ignites....
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The Painting
The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
According to the tenets of Buddhism, life is suffering, and suffering arises inexorably from desire, from the act of wanting. In Nina Schuyler's meditative first...
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