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Book Review: The Road to Lost Innocence by Somaly Mam

After a harrowing childhood of whippings, cruelty, and abuse, the author’s “grandfather” a Muslim man who has been abusing her, sells her into a brothel. Read More »

Interview with Matt Bernstein Sycamore, Gay Activist and Author of So Many Ways To Sleep Badly

All of my work is about trying to fight against cultural homelessness, trying to create some sense of hope in a world that really isn't very hopeful. Read More »

Book Review: Seaborn by Chris Howard

"Seaborn" is no regular fantasy about mermaids. It is an epic, created with a linguist’s, a sociologist’s, and a poet’s touch. Read More »

Summer 2008 Political Fiction, Real World and Otherwise

Why do these books have politics as a subtext? Maybe because it's a political year - or maybe some strange force led me to them. Read More »

Book Review: Sleep Before Evening by Magdalena Ball

So often angsty teenagers are clichéd or unlikable or they just seem plain unreal. Here, however, the author does a good job. Read More »

Book Review: The Hidden Dangers of Soy by Diane Gregg

The book is filled with well-researched articles, website resources, and much anecdotal evidence. Read More »

Book Review: Gypsy Tears – Loving a Holocaust Survivor by Cora Schwartz

This is a book needed for such a time as this, as the last holocaust survivors die and their stories remain untold... Read More »

Interview with Geralyn Beauchamp, Author of Time Masters Book One: The Call

If you love time travel novels, and stories about destined lovers who must be brought together to save the world, this fantasy novel is for you. Read More »

The Leaden Echo of The Golden Compass

There is something about The Golden Compass that feels passed down, unexperienced, untrue, and, well, old. Read More »

An Interview with Norma Lehmeier Hartie, Author of Harmonious Environment

You can create a beautiful, healthy home while treading lightly on Mother Earth. Read More »