“Moonrise Over New Jessup” Highlights an Important Part of History While Exploring Themes of Acceptance, Independence, and Identity

A review of Jamila Minnicks’ novel, “Moonrise Over New Jessup.”

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“Stories from the Tenants Downstairs”: The Raw Humanity of Real-Life Stories

A review of Sidik Fofana’s collection of short stories, “Stories from the Tenants Downstairs.”

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“McMullen Circle”: Thirteen Stories Seamlessly Intertwine in Heather Newton’s New Collection

A review of Heather Newton’s short story collection, “McMullen Circle.”

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Ambiguous Meaning of Survival in “Afterparties”

The question of identity is central to each of the nine hard-hitting yet remarkably touching stories in Anthony Veasna So’s debut collection, “Afterparties.”

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“The Sweetness of Water” is an Engaging and Deep Exploration of Individuality and the Meaning of Freedom

A review of Nathan Harris’ debut novel “The Sweetness of Water.”

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‘Testimony’ Highlights Making Difficult Choices in an Unjust System

Paula Martinac’s new book, “Testimony,” explores the tension between security and living as one’s authentic self in an oppressive society.

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