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The question Lewis proposed is analogous to the one we have to deal with now: What use is it to study during wartime?
Sarah Ramey in her new book: "My case went unsolved for fourteen years because no one would listen to me and the reason they would not listen to me is because I am a woman.”
Charlie Kaufman's debut novel is not for the faint of heart. But it rewards the effort to read through a story about self-perception and the internal monologues that rattle through all of our heads.
The stories in Valerie Sayers's new collection are populated with characters who strive to hang on to something good.
Stephen Graham Jones's new novel creates an extraordinary portrait of sacrifice and costly reconciliation.
do not assay us too harshly
that were ever more tin than gold
blindness is not darkness