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Book Review: Amidst Traffic by Michael Sauret

A collection of high-caliber short fiction, packed with suspense, emotion, and a literary flair. Read More »

Book Review: Lives of Notorious Cooks by Brendan Connell

Playing fast and loose with some whimsical and witty “fictional biographies,” the inventive Connell’s oft-macabre manner helps propel over 50 flights of culinary fancy. Read More »

Book Review: I Talk Slower Than I Think: An Antidote to Helicopter Parenting by C. D. Bonner

Most of the stories will make funny bones ache, but a few will make heartstrings feel like fresh sutures. Read More »

eBook Review: Ehrengraf For the Defense and Eleven Stories by Lawrence Block

If faced with a murder charge, the evidence overwhelming, you want the one man who believes in your innocence. Even when you did it. Read More »

Book Review: Ladies and Gentlemen by Adam Ross

Adam Ross's Ladies and Gentlemen is a collection of tales filled with surprises. Read More »

Book Review: Opium Dreams: Pacific Stories Vol III by Kiana Davenport

Tales of men and women and their struggles for survival, identity, and dignity. Read More »

Book Review: Oddities and Entities by Roland Allnach

Horror, dark humor, and philosophical transcendence; explore a definition of life beyond the fragile vessel of the human body. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Book Of Dan: Road Alligators And Other Incongruous Possibilities by Daniel C. Dulik

A collection of humorous short stories, poems, and essays examining life from Daniel Dulik's unique perspective. Read More »

Book Review: The Hum of Concrete: A Novel Constellation by Anna Solding

Changing lives move from the individual to collective in character-driven stories, while big questions about life and love are considered. Read More »

Book Review: East of the West: A Country in Stories by Miroslav Penkov

Eight short stories reveal historic and contemporary Bulgaria. Read More »