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Not For The World Would I Compare It To Anything by Hannah Godfrey

Hannah Godfrey is a formidable storyteller, so much so that even a thoroughly academic dissection of the vagus nerve becomes emotive prose Read More…

All Reviews | Book Reviews | Non-Fiction

I Have Something to Tell You by Natalie Appleton

As I read Natalie Appleton’s memoir, I Have Something to Tell You, I was reminded of a time in my life spent wandering toward a certain something I could not define, but that I believed was out there waiting to be found. Read More…

Book Reviews | Fiction

A Mariner’s Guide to Self-Sabotage by Bill Gaston

In Bill Gaston’s short story “Hello:,” the narrator tells us that, according to some Tibetan Buddhist teachings, guardian spirits called Protectors exist, whose “sole purpose is to promote our wakefulness” Read More…