When Nativism, Racial Animosity and Climate Change Go Unchecked: An Interview with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson

An interview with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson about the novella and short story collection “My Monticello.”

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Perish: Part Curse, Part Cautionary Tale

LaToya Watkins’ debut novel is a multigenerational family drama that illustrates how each of us has the potential to unearth what has buried us.

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“Trashlands” Explores the Possibilities of a Worst-Case Climate Scenario

A review of Alison Stine’s novel, “Trashlands.”

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“The Hero of This Book” Melds Memoir and Fiction while Moving Through Time and Space

A review of Elizabeth McCracken’s book, “The Hero of This Book.”

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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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