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Deborah Henry attended American College in Paris and graduated cum laude from Boston University with a minor in French language and literature. She received her ... Read full author bio >
Chris Mendius grew up in Naperville, Illinois. He earned a BSME from University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and an MBA from University of Chicago. After college, he moved to Chicago ... Read full author bio >
"A superb tale of the druggie lifestyle, by a writer with talent to burn."
Madeleyn Questman studied psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and went on to receive a PhD in personality and social theory. Her research focused primarily on individual interactions ... Read full author bio >
"A provocative thesis that develops into a riveting dissertation on true love."
Within the pages of The Triumph of Water Lily, Ify Osammor has been thorough in her narrative, indicative of much research and diligence. I praise her for this excellent piece ... Read full author bio >
"Osammor’s book provides a snapshot of a woman’s life in Nigeria. Her use of accented English and her rich descriptions of the food and clothing of Lagos, Ibadan, and the surrounding regions are transporting. She touches on such cultural topics as war, politics, religion, and journalistic ethics, and also describes a traditional wedding in intimate detail."
Katie Crawford is a 1993 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Swarthmore College. Following graduation, she taught public elementary school for over eight years until the birth of her first son ... Read full author bio >
"The author knows the human heart to a scary extent. This is a remarkable debut, and readers should look forward to Crawford's next work."
Charles Henderson Norman is a former Methodist minister -- and a former bank teller, college mathematics instructor, pizzeria manager, furniture mover, retail clerk and manager, quarter horse breeder, public and private ... Read full author bio >
"Debut novelist Norman humanizes the Exodus story in a moving account that takes some liberties with the traditional biblical tale....A heartfelt, highly recommended exploration of religion’s deepest mysteries."
For more than a decade, Canadian poet Gordon P. Bois had written extensively. Regrettably, being his own worst critic, he destroyed the bulk of his work in the fall of ... Read full author bio >
"The new volume from Bois (Murdering the Third, 2015, etc.), a Canadian poet, lives up to its title…A great deal of emotion does register in these pages, connecting to a handful of themes: the pulls of eros/thanatos, the domestications of married life, violence in narrative and language, and desire for literary recognition…An overfull outpouring of unchecked verbiage."
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