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Stephen Werner
Sixty years after the publication of ‘Black Like Me,’ John Howard Griffin's book can still be part of much-needed discussions of race for many white Americans who remain unaware of racism's ongoing effects.
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Aidan Johnson
Anne Rice's lush fantasy fiction reflected the lifelong influences of religion and spirituality in her life.
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Diane Wilson’s book 'The Seed Keeper' is an immersive, affecting account of family and history, trauma and survival, seeds and gardening, stories and healing.
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Diane Scharper
David Diop's new novel centers on the filial love between two Senegalese riflemen, close childhood friends who joined the French army because they hoped to become French citizens at the end of World War I.
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Nathan Beacom
In her new book, Uprooted, Grace Olmstead investigates the social and personal costs of shopping for a place to live the way we shop for cars.
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Jenny Shank
'Matrix' and 'Agatha of Little Neon' differ in their historical settings, but they both center on women perceiving the ways of the world with absolute clarity, realizing the extent of their power and deciding to use it for the good of others.