Dori Jones Yang, a journalist from Ohio reporting on China in the 1980s for BusinessWeek—who married a Chinese man while doing so—decided she wanted to write a book that bridged two worlds. When the Red Gates Opened, published this month by She Writes Press, achieved that go […]
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This selection of 21 essays by Kristie Robin Johnson is brilliant and evocative in its writing while being disturbing in the topics about which she writes. These essays are a memoir of growing up African-American in the deep South in recent years. Johnson still lives in Groveton, Georgia, a subur […]
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The Other Side of Sanctuary, Cheryl Crabb’s debut novel, is an extraordinary story of an ordinary American family. It is set in Sanctuary, Wisconsin between 2010 and 2017.
Laura’s kind and loving Ojibwa mother died when Laura was still a child, and her Caucasian father had bee […]
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