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Paul Auster Broadside
On the occasion of Auster's visit to Minnesota, we printed a limited edition broadside, signed by the author, with an excerpt from his new novel 4 3 2 1, yours with a donation to Rain Taxi.

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nonfiction review
Why Love Leads to Justice:
Love Across Boundaries

by David A. J. Richards
In a book both erudite and heartfelt, law professor David A. J. Richards focuses on the poisonous idea of patriarchy as told through the lives of great artists. Reviewed by Brian Gilmore

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fiction review
Air
by Jorge Armenteros
Craving escape from a stifling relationship, a perfumery student stumbles into lodging at a “fourth class hotel” run by a man who hasn’t changed his shirt—or left the site—in years. Reviewed by Lacy Arnett Mayberry

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rain taxi rewind
The Trouble with Diversity
In the wake of a day without immigrants, revisit our 2006 review of Walter Benn Michaels’ The Trouble with Diversity: How We Learned to Love Identity and Ignore Inequality.

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nonfiction review
Lost Profiles: Memoirs of Cubism, Dada,
and Surrealism

by Philippe Soupault
This brief memoir of artistic creativity and incendiary intellectual revolt appeared in France in 1963, but it has only now been translated into English. Reviewed by John Toren

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fiction review
Marketa Lazarová
by Vladislav Vančura
Novelist and filmmaker Vančura’s cinematic story of strong men jostling for supremacy is a revealing portrait of post-WWI 1930s Czechoslovakia. Reviewed by Jeff Bursey