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Another Word For Love
The Jewish Week reviews
Share Beautiful Words ‘Still ours the dance, the feast, the glorious Psalm,/The mystic lights of emblem, and the Word,” Emma Lazarus wrote in “The Feast of Lights...
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Another Word For Love
Jewish Woman Magazine reviews
In her first book of poems, Another Word for Love (Finishing Line Press), Sarah Stern looks at the big themes of love, loss and death with a creative and lyrical...
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http://peacecorpsworldwide.org/pc-writers/2011/10/24/review-of-even/ reviews
Even The Smallest Crab Has Teeth: 50 Years of Amazing Peace Corps Stories: Volume Four, Asia & The Pacific is the last of a series of four handsome anthologies...
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Tantric Zoo: A Bud Warhol Mystery
Jess Resides Here http://frellathon.com/2011/12/09/tantric-zoo-by-rob-loughran-review/ reviews
I’ve read and reviewed Rob’s short story TAPFOS. It, in my opinion is a great buy for 99 cents, a funny read and while it goes all over the place with so much...
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Pirenes Fountain reviews
Yoga Heart: Lines on the Six Perfections By Leza Lowitz2011 Stone Bridge PressReviewed by Mari L’Esperance "All author proceeds from the sale of the book...
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Bookviews by Alan Caruba reviews
Stephen F. Kaufman, www.hanshi.com, wants you to question some of your fundamental beliefs, but particularly those that do not want you to question faith as a...
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Library Journal reviews
McFadden, Bernice L. Gathering of Waters. Akashic. Jan. 2012. c.250p.  ISBN 9781617750328. $24.95; pap.   ISBN 9781617750311. $15.95....
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Pinneo skewers the cult of the child with an insider’s eye. A witty, well-plotted fiction debut.
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Remain In Light
Lambda Literary Review reviews
Sex, drugs, and chain-smoking Parisians abound in Collin Kelley’s new novel Remain in Light (Vanilla Heart Publishing), the cinematic sequel to his popular first...
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Mother Jones reviews
"It says 'shit,'" observes my six-year-old, spotting Jonathan Lethem's cover blurb: "Holy sh*t! These are great!" And they are. Rendered as Facebook updates in...
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Do They Know I'm Running?
Publishers Weekly "Galley Talk" reviews
Both gritty and sensitive, this amazing novel is a page turner and a literate gem. All David Corbett's hard hitting, yet sensitive thrillers deal with important...
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SomethingDark.eu reviews
Rarely have I picked up a book – or, in this case, my laptop since Freak Parade is also self-published as an e-book by the author, Marilyn Jaye Lewis – and...
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Bookshelves of Doom reviews
"The Dust of 100 Dogs is entertaining, multi-layered, smart and definitely gripping (sorry if this is TMI, but I had to pee for the better part of the last quarter...
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Velva Jean Learns to Fly
Southern Literary Review reviews
Velva Jean Learns to Fly By Jennifer Niven Reviewed by Philip K. Jason      Jennifer Niven won much praise and many readers with her first...
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The Guardian (UK) reviews
"Oyeyemi's childish, almost embarrassingly open prose style, plus her narrative assurance, produces a peculiarly matter-of-fact kind of hysteria, and this...
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ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER reviews
For "What It Means to be a Trojan," author Steven Travers interviewed dozens of former USC football players – from unknown kickers to Heisman-winning quarterbacks...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
Referential Magazine reviews
Scott Owens draws heavily on his memories of growing up in the fast-disappearing rural South to bring forth his seventh collection of poetry, a collage of...
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Bay Area Reporter reviews
Popular and controversial San Francisco performance artist Justin Chin's best set-pieces, presented nationally and abroad from 1993-2001, have been translated into...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
“Richmond’s writing is perceptive and heartfelt, her subjects at once edgy and familiar. This is a winning debut.” Publishers Weekly
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