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nonfiction review

All the Lives I Want:
Essays About My Best Friends Who Happen To Be Famous Strangers

by Alana Massey
In her debut collection of essays, Massey focuses on troubled, flawed, forgotten, and at times outwardly ridiculed women. Reviewed by Lizzie Klaesges

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comics review

Trump & The Realist Cartoons

These reprints of comics associated with two important twentieth-century American satirists show how they used humor to shine a sometimes harsh light on reality. Reviewed by Steve Matuszak

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poetry review

In Which I Play the Runaway

by Rochelle Hurt
Hurt explores the infinity encapsulated in labels by composing studies of colors and towns with sad names, until they resemble still lives of places blowing in the wind. Reviewed by Rachel Slotnick

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poetry review

Aperture

by Anna Leahy
Leahy points her poetic lens at a variety of women subjects, each of whom is unique, but also contributes to the group’s chorus of wisdom, sorrow, and beauty. Reviewed Eileen Murphy

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nonfiction review

The Birth of the Imagination:
William Carlos Williams on Form

by Bruce Holsapple
Poet Bruce Holsapple enters an ongoing conversation concerning Williams’s thinking about form in general, prosody in particular, and imagination’s cosmological implications in relation to them. Reviewed by Michael Boughn