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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Hue 1968 by Mark Bowden June 6 2017
Hue 1968 by Mark Bowden June 6 2017

From the publisher of two extraordinary books about the Vietnam War. Matterhorn by Karl Marlantes acclaimed as the best realistic combat novel of the war and The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen winner of the Pulitzer Prize among numerous awards and is … Continue reading

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Pulitzer Prize Winners 2017 -Congratulations to our authors!
Pulitzer Prize Winners 2017 -Congratulations to our authors!

  World by Jim Morin has been selected for a Pulitzer for a distinguished cartoon or portfolio of cartoons, characterized by originality, editorial effectiveness, quality of drawing and pictorial effect, published as a still drawing, animation or both  Editorial Cartooning … Continue reading

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“Degrees of Inequality”
“Degrees of Inequality”

  **LOWER ED is The Wall Street Journal’s April nonfiction book club pick. The club’s discussion, hosted on Facebook at the end of April, will be led by Roxane Gay.** The Daily Show Interview New York Times Book Review March 16, 2017 LOWER … Continue reading

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Slipping by John Toomey – New York Times and Kirkus Starred review-
Slipping by John Toomey – New York Times and Kirkus Starred review-

Starred Review- Kirkus 3/3/2017 The Rashomon effect is at work in this anatomy of a small-town murder, with even the perpetrator offering more than one version of events. Irish writer Toomey (Huddleston Road, 2012, etc.) plays with the sort of … Continue reading

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Being the Father My Son Deserves
Being the Father My Son Deserves

Dreux “Lil Fizz” Frédéric of platinum selling R&B group B2K, thought he had it all; fame, fortune and millions of adoring fans at his feet. In the shadows of the bright lights is where he discovered the true meaning of … Continue reading

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