“down here in Tennessee”: An Interview with Drew Bratcher

An interview with Drew Bratcher about his new book, “Bub: Essays From Just North of Nashville.”

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“Because the World is Round” Poignantly Punctuates Memories with Metaphor

Jane Saginaw’s nonfiction debut pairs anecdotes of childhood and world travel to craft a remarkable coming-of-age narrative.

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Lynn Melnick “Had to Think Up a Way to Survive” in Nonfiction Debut

Lynn Melnick recounts her life through the lens of Dolly Parton’s music, which provided the inspiration to finally face the traumas of her life head-on.

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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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“Bright” Examines Love, Family, and Human Nature

Part experimental essay collection, part memoir, Kiki Petrosino’s “Bright” is a stunning examination of love, family, and human nature.

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The Myth of Resilience Recast: Emi Nietfeld’s “Acceptance”

With insight and humor, Emi Nietfeld’s memoir, “Acceptance,” interrogates the social structures that sometimes supported and frequently ensnared Nietfeld as a young woman.

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