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From Scout to Jean Louise: Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman

By Courtney Luk (HarperCollins/2015) “You’re still unable to think racially. You see only people.” As one of the most anticipated novels of the year, Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee, published in July, invites readers to view a piece

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Sheila Squillante’s Beautiful Nerve

by Stephanie Cawley (Tiny Hardcore Press/2015) “This is what it feels like / to be both,” thinks the speaker of the first poem in Sheila Squillante’s debut collection Beautiful Nerve. And in the second poem, “Fear,” the speaker anxiously considers

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Robert Yune’s Eighty Days of Sunlight

by Monique Briones (Thought Catalog Books/Prospecta Press, June 2015) “There must have been times he’d thought of leaving, pointing his car in one direction and speeding off, feeling the wind peel his old life away.” Published last week, Robert Yune’s

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