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English author Mary Shelley is the subject of Kathleen W. Renk’s latest novel, Vindicated. Throughout much of history, Mary has been obscured by what poet Leigh Hunt termed her “four fames,” referring to: her famous radical feminist mother, Mary Wollstonecraft; her famous father, novelist and philosopher William Godwin; […]
Reviewed by: Shawn LaTorre
The first, short chapter of Kathleen M. Rodgers’ novel The Flying Cutterbucks creates an air of foreboding that the reader never quite shakes. Jewel Cutterbuck is watching the results of the 2020 presidential election, with a purring cat on her lap. Hand shaking, she jumps at odd sounds, […]
Reviewed by: D Ferrara
“It’s almost December,” writes Jenna Butler at the beginning of Revery, “the days dimming rapidly toward the turn of the year. Up here in the boreal forest of Alberta, the low sun clears the horizon and noses into our market garden at around nine o’clock in the morning. […]
Reviewed by: Susan Tweit