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A new novel by "the best-kept secret among contemporary American writers."
D. H. Dilbeck
William Tecumseh Sherman's tangled life.
Rachel Marie Stone
A bleak parable with satiric ambitions.
"Energy flows in this space."
"What thou lov'st well is thy true heritage."
Whose fault is this?
A novel that points toward repentance.
Art and faith in a neo-Romantic age.
Drew Moser, Jess Fankhauser, and Jeff Aupperle
Choosing to be "implicated."
Gerald J. Russello
A cultural history of Virgil's "Aeneid."
Karen Swallow Prior
Haunting, defiant, demanding to be heard.
How we as a society ended up where we are.
One last Wallander story.
A story of "the most vulnerable among us."
A novel goes behind the scenes of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Carissa Turner Smith
Lev Grossman concludes his trilogy.
Understanding atheism as a moral system.