Fear, Loss, and Hope in “songs we used to dance to”

A review of courtney marie’s poetry collection “songs we used to dance to,” which takes an unflinching look at self and country and issues of identity.

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“Coffin Honey” Emphasizes the Importance of Our Relationship with Nature

A review of Todd Davis’ new book of poetry, “Coffin Honey.”

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“These Precious Days” Explores How Time Can Feel So Fleeting, Yet So Endless

A review of Ann Patchett’s most recent collection of essays, “These Precious Days.”

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“Borrowing Your Body” Gives a Raw Look at Disease and Loss

A review of “Borrowing Your Body” which offers a sardonic look at disease and loss through raw, detailed narratives.

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“The Gods of Green County”: Faith, Community and Sanity in the Depression-Era South

A review of Mary Elizabeth Pope’s book, “The Gods of Green County.”

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