‘All The Songs We Sing’ Is an Important Ensemble of Voices

‘All The Songs We Sing,’ an anthology of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, celebrates artists of the Carolina African American Writers’ Collective and the importance of diversity within American literature.

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‘South of the Buttonwood Tree’ Delivers Small Town Secrets, Romance, and Light Magic

Heather Webber’s ‘South of the Buttonwood Tree’ Delivers Small Town Secrets, Romance, and Light Magic

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‘I Hold a Wolf by the Ears’ Is Conscious Meditation and Rejection of the Absurd

Laura van den Berg’s ‘I Hold a Wolf by the Ears’ Is Conscious Meditation and Rejection of the Absurd

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Defiance and Female Relationships in Morris’ Debut Collection, ‘Lost Girls’

Defiance and Female Relationships in Ellen Birkett Morris’ Debut Collection, ‘Lost Girls’

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Fractured Reality and a Quest for Answers In ‘The Magpie’s Return’

Fractured Reality and a Quest for Answers In Curtis Smith’s ‘The Magpie’s Return’

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‘House of the Rising Sun’ Characters Live A Fragile Dystopian Existence

‘House of the Rising Sun’ Characters Live A Fragile Dystopian Existence

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‘The Bright Lands’: A Story of Human Cruelty and Supernatural Evil

John Fram’s debut novel ‘The Bright Lands’ adds an eerie twist to a story about “good ole boy” Texas football.

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David James Poissant on ‘Lake Life’ and the Lake as a Microcosm of America

An interview with David James Poissant on his debut novel ‘Lake Life.’

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