“How to Survive the Apocalypse” Faces the End — Or Perhaps the Renewal — of the World

A review of Jacqueline Allen Trimble’s book of poetry, “How to Survive the Apocalypse.”

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“Stories from the Tenants Downstairs”: The Raw Humanity of Real-Life Stories

A review of Sidik Fofana’s collection of short stories, “Stories from the Tenants Downstairs.”

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“Girl One” Is An Empowering Tale About the Adversities Faced while Gaining Autonomy

A review of Sarah Flannery Murphy’s novel, “Girl One.”

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“Daffodil Hill” Is a True Story About Resilience, Autonomy, and Farm Animals

A review of Jake Keiser’s memoir, “Daffodil Hill.”

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“The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois” Tells the Story of American History through Personal Family History

A review of Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’ book, “The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois,” now available in paperback.

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“We Carry Their Bones” Unearths The Dark History of the Dozier School for Boys

A review of Erin Kimmerle’s book, “We Carry Their Bones.”

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Urgency, Nostalgia and Radiance in Katie Marya’s “Sugar Work”

Urgency and grief, coinciding with innocence—or the loss of it—feels central to the emotional landscape of Sugar Work by Katie Marya.

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In “Sinkhole,” The Past Is A Living Thing, Like A Tree Covered in Spanish Moss

A review of Davida G. Breier’s debut novel, “Sinkhole.”

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