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InReview: Choose Wisely

I’m honestly conflicted as I sit down to write a review of Choose Wisely. It isn’t the content that makes me feel conflicted; the anthology throughout is strong, well written, and intriguing. The conflict arises in me trying to decidemore…

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InReview: The Garden of Good and Evil Pancakes

Everyone has a favorite breakfast place. In some regions, Denny’s reigns supreme. In others, IHOP takes the title of most loved. There’s Perkins too. In the Midwest and also Oregon and Washington State, Village Inn ranks as many’s favorite breakfastmore…

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InReview: The Memory Hunter

It’s dangerous to get good at something, particularly as a writer, because people will often freak out if you don’t keep doing the exact same thing for which you’re known. At the same time, people will complain if you keepmore…

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Ten Things To Read On Labor Day

It’s Labor Day and we’re taking it easy and kicking our feet up in a hammock, sipping on a Finnegan’s, and doing a little reading. Preferably we’re reading something about physical labor, labor unions, or work at large. Here’s amore…

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LitSourcing: Out of the Binders

We’ve kind of tried similar things before, but as we gets things going with InDigest again after a bit of a break, we’re going to try and round up some good crowdsourced projects on a semi-regular basis. The idea ismore…

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InReview: Hagridden

I’m not always a big fan of historical fiction because so many books in that vein don’t do much more than fictionalize a narrative life around a historical account. Yeah, it might give me a different picture of what lifemore…

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InReview: Don’t Tease the Elephants

I only have a limited amount of time to write book reviews, but I do enjoy having the chance to tell people what I think about a good book. My reviews are always my opinion, but I still think itmore…

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InReview: If There’s Any Truth In a Northbound Train

In case you haven’t already heard, Ryan Werner (author of Shake Away These Constant Days; Murmuration; and Oh Lie, I Thought You Were Golden) has a new chapbook out from Passenger Side Books: If There’s Any Truth in a Northboundmore…

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InReview: I Have to Tell You

There are two friends at the center of Victoria Hetherington’s I Have to Tell You: Grace Kim Bradley and Sherene Marie Arsenault, two early twenties women living in Toronto. Grace is somewhat shy (and damaged), but becoming increasingly embittered up withmore…

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InReview: Four Fathers

I’ve heard it said that one of the best ways to get to the true, interesting meat of a character is to put them into a crisis situation and see what they do. It’s interesting how many such moments onemore…

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The Newer York is Coming to New York

Bob Schofield, author of The Inevitable June, will be coming to New York on June 1 to sketch the book live at The Gallery at LPR. The Inevitable June (The Newer York, 2014) is a beautiful bout of lightheadedness. It’smore…

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An InDigest Interview with John Domini

Recently, InDigest had the chance to bat around a few questions with novelist and essayist John Domini about his latest collection of essays, The Sea God’s Herb. The author of Earthquake I.D. and A Tomb on the Periphery (which was nominated for a National Book Criticsmore…

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