Organ Grinder: by Alan Fishbone
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Organ Grinder: by Alan Fishbone

The only organ Fishbone is truly interested in grinding is not that which sits above…

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The Beauty: by Jane Hirshfield
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The Beauty: by Jane Hirshfield

The poems in The Beauty become more mystical the more you read them, slowly becoming…

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The Crooked House: by Christobel Kent
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The Crooked House: by Christobel Kent

The Crooked House makes for a compelling genre exercise, but a more literary-minded reader may…

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Animals That Saw Me 2: by Ed Panar
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Animals That Saw Me 2: by Ed Panar

The Animals books have a beautiful simplicity, their very ordinariness invoking your own experience with…

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Break in Case of Emergency: by Jessica Winter
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Break in Case of Emergency: by Jessica Winter

By virtue of the current political climate, gender relations are being examined with a critical…

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Norse Mythology: by Neil Gaiman
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Norse Mythology: by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman charms and frightens his wide readership with this welcome and memorable compendium.

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At Danceteria and Other Stories: by Philip Dean Walker
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At Danceteria and Other Stories: by Philip Dean Walker

Soaringly, hysterically, tragically and unapologetically gay. And that's a good thing.

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Faith and Charity: Edited by Marie Nathalie LeBlanc and Louis Audet Gosselin
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Faith and Charity: Edited by Marie Nathalie LeBlanc and Louis Audet Gosselin

Faith and Charity is exhaustive in its portrait of Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso.

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The Art of the Blues: by Bill Dahl
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The Art of the Blues: by Bill Dahl

Essential for any fans of 20th century music in general and black history in particular.

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You Say to Brick: by Wendy Lesser
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You Say to Brick: by Wendy Lesser