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American Fraternity Man by Nathan Holic (A Review)

By Dianne Turgeon Richardson Beating Windward Press 436 pages | $19.99 It’s no surprise that a novel about Greek life written by a fraternity alum would work to debunk some stereotypes, and readers will find that in Nathan Holic’s American … Continue reading

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If a Stranger Approaches You (A Review)

By Jennifer Ray Morell Sarabande Books 184 pgs. | $15.95 In her collection of short stories, If a Stranger Approaches You, Laura Kasischke unveils the hidden workings of humanity – from our deepest desires to our painful secrets to our … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: Engaging Stereotypes

By Christopher Lowe “Understand me on this, kid. Everything in boxing is backwards to life. You want to move to the left, you don’t step left, you push on the right toe, like this. To move right, you use the … Continue reading

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