Cathy Smith Bowers on “The Abiding Image: Inspiration and Guidance for Beginning Writers, Readers, and Teachers of Poetry”

An interview with Cathy Smith Bowers about her book, “The Abiding Image.”

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Start Small with Jacqueline Goldfinger’s “Playwriting with Purpose”

A review of Jacqueline Goldfinger’s “Playwriting with Purpose: A Guide and Workbook for New Playwrights.”

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“The Resurrection of Fulgencio Ramirez” Is A Bildungsroman Filled with Magic, Curses, and Star-Crossed Love

A review of Rudy Ruiz’s novel, “The Resurrection of Fulgencio Ramirez,” which just came out in paperback.

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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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2021 Staff Favorites

The editorial team looks back on their favorite books they read in the last year.

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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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