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Diane Scharper
Using present tense, omniscient point of view and a William Faulkner-like stream-of-consciousness, Damon Galgut takes readers into the heads of every character in his new novel.
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Mike Mastromatteo
Does Christian literary expression hover as “something between a dead language and a hangover"? Have Catholic artists “ceded the arts to secular society"? In response to what might be considered a literary call to action comes a new book by Joshua Hren.
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Jon M. Sweeney
Forty years after its publication, Jon Sweeney revisits ‘Blue Highways’ and its iconoclastic author.
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Rob Weinert-Kendt
In “Camera Man,” the critic Dana Stevens uses the biography of the great silent film clown as a lens to explore the early days of movies, the cultural forces that gave them birth and the social upheavals they in turn engendered.
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Doug Girardot
Half memoir of farm life, half manifesto against modern agricultural practices, James Rebanks's 'Pastoral Song: A Farmer’s Journey' urges us to return to our agrarian roots.
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Nicholas D. Sawicki
In his new memoir, John W. O'Malley reflects on a life of priestly ministry and teaching, and offers lessons on how to live a scholarly life.