Ireland’s Immortals: by Mark Williams
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Ireland’s Immortals: by Mark Williams

This learned volume contributes valuable insights that may guide all those who look to the Irish tales and Celtic heritage as a relevant force of energy.

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Black Deutschland: By Darryl Pinckney
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Black Deutschland: By Darryl Pinckney

Hyper-intelligent, self-indulgent hot messes, you have found your new fictional hero.

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Be Cool: by Ben Tanzer
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Be Cool: by Ben Tanzer

Maintains the deep reflection and powerful overarching craft of a well-written memoir while maintaining the accessibility and pace of a collection of essays.

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Muslim Girl: by Amani Al-Khatahtbeh
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Muslim Girl: by Amani Al-Khatahtbeh

The tagline for the Muslim Girl website is “Muslim Women Talk Back.” We all need to start listening.

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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 animals, shaking the cobwebs from the memory of your own surprise encounter.

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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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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

You Say to Brick is as much a biography as it is a meditation upon the nature of architecture and its importance in our lives.

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4 3 2 1: by Paul Auster
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4 3 2 1: by Paul Auster

4 3 2 1 is one of those rare novels that only comes around once in a decade or two, one of those special books that people should…

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300 Arguments: by Sarah Manguso
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300 Arguments: by Sarah Manguso

300 Arguments should be required reading for all those experiencing crises of confidence and the otherwise deleterious effects of the human condition.

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