Robots, Rabbits, and Revelations: “The Age of Discovery” Is Defined by Its Strangeness

A review of Becky Hagenston’s new collection of short stories, “The Age of Discovery.”

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“Ivory Shoals” Depicts A Lost, Desperate Child’s Journey to Embracing the Great, Big World That’s Outside

A review of John Brandon’s latest book, “Ivory Shoals.”

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Balancing Heartache with a Hope That Things Can, Maybe, Be OK in “Revival Season”

A review of Monica West’s debut novel, “Revival Season.”

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The Transformative Possibilities in ‘The Reincarnations’ by Nathan Elias

An interview with Nathan Elias about his collection of short stories, “The Reincarnations.”

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Redemption and Hope in “Lord the One You Love is Sick”

Kasey Thornton captures the complicated dynamics of the rural South in her debut novel-in-stories, “Lord the One You Love is Sick.”

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“Cuyahoga” Adds to the Elite Company of American Tall Tale Heroes

Pete Beatty’s exhilarating, laugh-out-loud debut novel, “Cuyahoga,” gives birth to literature’s next great tall-tale hero, Big Son.

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