Redemption and Hope in ‘Lord the One You Love is Sick’

Kasey Thornton captures the complicated dynamics of the rural South in her debut novel-in-stories, ‘Lord the One You Love is Sick.’

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Conflict, Joy, and Community in ‘This is How We Fly’

Anna Meriano’s young adult novel ‘This is How We Fly’ perfectly combines the real world concerns that young people face with a healthy dose of silly fun.

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‘Revolutions of All Colors’: “A Story that Communities Do Not Forget”

Dewaine Farria’s novel ‘Revolutions of All Colors’ spans four generations of two interconnected families, from the early 1970s to the present day.

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Ron Rash on Environmental Concerns, Short Stories, and ‘In the Valley’

An interview with Ron Rash on his recent collection ‘In the Valley.’

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Spiritual Links and Colorful Language in ‘If I Had Two Wings’

Randall Kenan’s story collection ‘If I Had Two Wings’ displays a rich fictional landscape, plenty of magical realism, and a vibrant cast of characters.

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Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle on ‘Even as We Breathe’ and Socially Engaged Historical Fiction

An interview with Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle on her debut novel ‘Even as We Breathe.’

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