Judith Turner-Yamamoto on Dirt, Memories, and “Loving the Dead and Gone”

An interview with Judith Turner-Yamamoto on her novel, “Loving the Dead and Gone.”

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“Daffodil Hill” Is a True Story About Resilience, Autonomy, and Farm Animals

A review of Jake Keiser’s memoir, “Daffodil Hill.”

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The Necessity of Empathy in Lee Cole’s Groundskeeping

A review of Lee Cole’s Groundskeeping, a debut novel that captures the struggle between loving and accepting those close to you while not accepting all of their beliefs or choices.

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Longing and Loss in “You Never Get It Back”

A review of Cara Blue Adams’s debut collection, “You Never Get It Back”

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“Late City” Asks If It’s Ever Too Late For Redemption

Imagine Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, only instead of being visited each night by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, you are visited by God, just one night, on the eve of your death. Instead of seeing what is or what will be, you are exclusively revisiting moments from the past as if…

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