“Dark Tourist” is an Insightful Look at Life and Its Complications

The essay collection, “Dark Tourist,” may just be the super smart and interesting friend you’ve been looking for.

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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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“Marginalized”: Southern Women Playwrights Upstaged No More

A review of Casey Kayser’s “Marginalized: Southern Women Playwrights Confront Race, Region and Gender.”

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“The Office of Historical Corrections” is a Trenchant Dramatization of Racial Inequity in America

A review of Danielle Evans’ novella and story collection, “The Office of Historical Corrections.”

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“Aux Arc Trypt Ich”: Darkly Beautiful and Sensory-Rich

A review of Cody-Rose Clevidence’s poetry collection “Aux Ark Trypt Ich.”

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“Playlist for the Apocalypse”: A Masterful Blend of the Personal with the Political

Rita Dove’s eleventh collection of poetry, “Playlist for the Apocalypse,” feels both intricate and monumental at the same time.

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“Rabbit Punches”: Short Stories Take Readers on a Fun and Feverish Ride

A review of Jason Ockert’s short story collection, “Rabbit Punches.”

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“The Underground Railroad”: A Never-Ending Story

A review of the Amazon series, “The Underground Railroad,” based on the novel by Colson Whitehead.

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