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How God Punishes
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How God Punishes

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Poetry. HOW GOD PUNISHES: Gives you the small prize. Mercifully you never learn of the big one. It is altogether fitting that these lines begin Katerina Stoykova's poetic meditation, for in 2014 the Bulgarian version of HOW GOD PUNISHES (publishe...

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A Hagiography of Heaven and Vicinity
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A Hagiography of Heaven and Vicinity

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Poetry. Religion & Spirituality. The dictionary definition of "hagiography" is a biography of a saint, but though some saints turn up here, Michael Joyce's A HAGIOGRAPHY OF HEAVEN AND VICINITY is more a travelogue through a unique poetic landscape w...

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Instructions for Staging
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Instructions for Staging

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Poetry. Women's Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. In this new poetry collaboration from Kristina Marie Darling and Carol Guess, the real estate phenomenon of "home staging" becomes a metaphor for the illusions, and dissolution, of marriage. Or more broadly,...

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Third Monday in May
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Third Monday in May

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Fiction. It is spring 1875, and in an effort to boost the prestige of his new racetrack in Louisville and the first running of his Kentucky Derby, Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr. has invited the most famous couple in America to attend. Abraham and Mary ...

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Wa-hita
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Wa-hita

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Poetry. Steven Cope returns with new poems treating his timeless themes: the tenuous relationship of mankind with the natural world, fraught with moral and spiritual dimensions; and the difficulty for even such a master of words to express experienc...

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As Rain Turns to Snow and Other Stories
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As Rain Turns to Snow and Other Stories

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Fiction. Though Robert Morgan has for a long time now lived on the northernmost fringes of Appalachia in Ithaca, New York, his heart and his pen (well, his keyboard more likely now) have ever belonged to his native North Carolina. In this latest col...

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Proximidad - A Mexican-American Memoir
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Proximidad - A Mexican-American Memoir

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Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Latino/Latina Studies. Appropriate for an account of life, and death, on the border between two countries, two worlds, two realities, by an author who has roots in both, this book bridges genres, of verse and memoir and ...

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Your Eureka Not Mined
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Your Eureka Not Mined

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Poetry. Chris Keaveney's debut poetry collection is a litany of the almost, "What the leaves in the bottom of the cup / should have said, / had we but waited for them to settle." But if he often writes of arriving late, of stopping just short, of id...

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In Between the Charges - For Ethel Rosenberg
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In Between the Charges - For Ethel Rosenberg

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Poetry. Ethel Rosenberg and her husband Julius were executed in 1953 for passing "atomic secrets" to the Soviet Union—the only Americans condemned to death during the Red Scare. In this powerful verse—a sonnet sequence, no less—Myles Gordon evokes h...

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Snare
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Snare

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Poetry. The "snare" in Robert Eastwood's new poetry collection is the past, historical past interwoven with personal past, a web from which the poet cannot escape and into which the reader will tumble headlong. The scent of citronella wafts through ...

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Iris In
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Iris In

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Poetry. Film. California Interest. There is an iconic scene in Woody Allen's Purple Rose of Cairo when a character in the titular film steps off the screen to interact with a fan in the theatre, whose devotion to the movies literally animates that c...

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After the Storm
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After the Storm

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Poetry. Thomas Zemsky draws on a lifetime of observation and five decades of writign poetry in this expansive survey of themes as diverse as a presidential inauguration and a letter from Frankenstein's creature, with a horse on a ladder and a cast o...

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ruina montium
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ruina montium

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Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. For sixty-nine days in 2010 the world held its collective breath while thirty-three men were trapped deep in a copper mine in Chile. The story of their survival and rescue is by now well-known, but through the poetry a...

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Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity
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Two Men Rowing Madly Toward Infinity

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Poetry. LGBT Studies. In his poem The Crows, an achingly poignant remembrance of his dying sister, William Reichard observes that 'Silence is the secret language in our family, the long gaps / between what we can and cannot say.' In the poem that op...

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Aleph, broken: Poems from My Diaspora
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Aleph, broken: Poems from My Diaspora

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Poetry. Jewish Studies. Women's Studies. The broken Aleph—first letter of the Hebrew alphabet—represents the chasm between the author, a secular Jew, and her cultural and religious heritage. The poems in this collection explore her efforts to repair...

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