Forms of Obsession: Kristine Langley Mahler’s “Curing Season”

An author revisits her adolescence to create a new meaning and sense of belonging to her difficult pre-teen years.

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“Daughters of the New Year”: Narratives of Humor and Insight

E.M. Tran’s debut novel is a story about memories and the narratives we tell ourselves.

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“The Gospel of Rot” Is A Surreal, Transcendental Addition to Appalachian Literature

A review of Gregory Ariail’s novel, “The Gospel of Rot.”

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Breaking Barriers: Jane Wolfe’s “Burl: Journalism Giant and Medical Trailblazer”

A review of Jane Wolfe’s “Burl: Journalism Giant and Medical Trailblazer.”

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“The Hollow Kind” Is More Than Just a Haunted House Novel

Andy Davidson’s new novel, “The Hollow Kind,” delivers deliciously delightful Southern gothic horror.

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“Woman Without Shame” Showcases Sandra Cisneros at the Height of Her Power

A review of Sandra Cisneros’ latest book, “Woman Without Shame,” — her first poetry collection in three decades.

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