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‘The Operator’ is fun, but falls flat In Gretchen Berg’s debut novel, The Operator, Vivian Dalton is a telephone switchboard operator in small...

Coming on the heels of his well-received Loner (2016), Apartment also serves as something of a parable for red state/blue state America. While the...

Few religious leaders purport to hear directly from God but those that do seem to draw an unusually rabid following.In rural Spindale, North...

In the 1980s, Elizabeth Tallent was a rising star in the literary world, publishing short stories and books to great acclaim, only to fall silent...

Many years ago, a Mississippi bluesman named Catfish Worry had an affair with the daughter of a wealthy white banker whose ancestors came to...

What is the blue fox – a prophet, an alien, a demigod of nature, a hallucination, a genetic experiment gone wrong? If a wandering astronaut sees...

Why should we pause, at this moment in America’s drug history, to remember crack? That was my first thought upon picking up David Farber’s head...

Poland becomes a battleground between several other countries and only a former agent for the United States has a chance to make things right in...

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