Longing and Loss in “You Never Get It Back”

A review of Cara Blue Adams’s debut collection, “You Never Get It Back”

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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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“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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“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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