Review: Vanishing Monuments by John Elizabeth Stintzi

Review: Vanishing Monuments by John Elizabeth Stintzi

Multiplicity is the point. Review by Nathan Thomas At the newspaper where I worked in college, we were taught that...

Issue 05 Review: Find Your Medicine And Use It

Find Your Medicine And Use It Nahko and Medicine for the People: A band with music so sunny it could...

Issue 07 Review: Power of the Song

Power of the Song This May Be The Last Time documents history of Muscogee hymns Review by Elena McLaughlin Stereotypical...

Issue 07 Review: A Friend of Dorothy

Issue 07 Review: A Friend of Dorothy

A Friend of Dorothy No Place Like Home weaves a literary love story Review by Alex Dzurick Several years ago,...

Issue 07 Review: Shrouded By The Dark Woods

Issue 07 Review: Shrouded By The Dark Woods

Shrouded By The Dark Woods Unnatural Habitats and Other Stories offers Ozark noir served warm Review by Elizabeth Prentice Angela...

Issue 06 Review: Hard Truths

Issue 06 Review: Hard Truths

Hard Truths Deciphering riddles of existence through Mark McKee’s fourth book of poetry Review by Aarik Danielson Marc McKee’s voice,...

Issue 06 Review: Time to Rebuild

Issue 06 Review: Time to Rebuild

Time to Rebuild A slim, lyrical memoir deconstructs our idea of borders, connectedness and charitable aid Review by Phil Brown...

Issue 06 Review: Two Roadmaps, One Planet

Issue 06 Review: Two Roadmaps, One Planet

  Two Roadmaps, One Planet There are two diverging paths to handling environmental problems. Do we understand the solutions well...

Issue 05 Review: Deceit in the Sunflower State

Issue 05 Review: Deceit in the Sunflower State

Deceit in the Sunflower State The first adult novel from Kansas City author Amy Engel Review by Marcus Williams Amy...

Review: Cindi Mayweather ascends

Monáe emerges triumphant and euphoric in the hand-clapping final track, “Americans,” just as Jane gets through to Zen and they escape together. She belongs here, Monáe sings, even with the country’s history of sexism and homophobia and of seeing “my color before my vision.”

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