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Below are this issue's reviewed books, all of which our staff found entertaining reads in one way or another. If they touch you as well, perhaps you will want to see what else these people have written (or sung) about.
In the poem, Arcana answers the question that is always meant to stump: "What if your mother had an abortion?" Her mother did.
[...]lets a Booker Prize-nominated author Shani Mootoo tackle several themes, including feminism, immigration, and post-colonialism—all with wry insight.
Proving that true life is always more enthralling than fiction.
You are smiling and so I am smiling. India is only reflecting your heart.
"My name is Viviane Abbott Walker..."
Gail Donohue Storey describes her authoring as "comic novels about serious issues." Her first novel of two by Persea Books, The Lord's Motel, is raunchy, real, and forgivable as it spans the life and loves of a lonely madcap Houston librarian, Colleen Sweeny.
Out last month by Penguin's New American Library, Around the Next Corner shows us the irreverent funny days of Deena Munger and her dog, an in-training puppy-filled K-9 seeing-eye dog, Heloise, to be exact. In Wrenn's debut Deena is a middle-aged, weight-rising woman caught in the warped reflection of society with a newly sagging body and an ageing twenty-two-year-old mind.
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