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Book Review: If You Follow Me, by Malena Watrous

Follow Malena Watrous' protagonist to Japan in this lovely novel about the confusing jumble of love, grief, and communication that is life. Read More »

DVD Review: Hamlet (2009)

A riveting modern production of Shakespeare's Hamlet by the Royal Shakespeare Company, starring Patrick Stewart as Claudius and David Tennant as Hamlet. Read More »

Book Review: Deeply Rooted: Unconventional Farmers in the Age of Agribusiness by Lisa M. Hamilton

Deeply Rooted is a compulsive page-turner that looks not only into the source of our food, but into what makes us human. Read More »

Book Review: The Butterflies of Grand Canyon: A Novel by Margaret Erhart

The Grand Canyon of the 1950s provides the backdrop for an exploration of mystery. Read More »

Book Review: The Queen of Palmyra by Minrose Gwin

Race, family, love, and hatred collide in Minrose Gwin's The Queen of Palmyra. Read More »

Interview with Author David Vann

Grace Paley Prize winning author David Vann discusses metaphor, Chaucer, writing, adventure, and grief in the context of his book Legend of a Suicide. Read More »

Book Review: It’s All Greek to Me: From Homer to the Hippocratic Oath, How Ancient Greece Has Shaped Our World, by Charlotte Higgins

Charlotte Higgins ties the modern world to ancient Greece in a captivating and entertaining read. Read More »

Book Review: Ostrich Boys by Keith Gray

Three friends kidnap the ashes of their dead buddy in this unique YA novel by British author Keith Gray. Read More »

Book Review: Uptown by Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant

Though not at the forefront of literature, Uptown is an engrossing, decadent guilty-pleasure novel. Read More »

Book Review: Don’t Cry by Mary Gaitskill

The short story is rendered with powerful clarity in Mary Gaitskill's Don't Cry Read More »