“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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Grief and Illusion in “We Imagined It Was Rain”

An interview with Andrew Siegrist on his new short story collection, “We Imagined It Was Rain.”

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“The Gods of Green County”: Faith, Community and Sanity in the Depression-Era South

A review of Mary Elizabeth Pope’s book, “The Gods of Green County.”

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“Drowned Town” Explores the Connection Between People and the Land

Jayne Moore Waldrop’s “Drowned Town” makes no qualms about how much value people put into a sense of place.

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Indefinable and Great, Joanna Pearson’s “Now You Know It All”

A review of Joanna Pearson’s “Now You Know It All: Stories”

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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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