ACCENT: THE FACT OF A BODY

The narrative moves quickly and Marzano-Lesnevich’s writing is fantastic. She writes with vivid detail, yet doesn’t oversaturate it. Readers should be aware that this book deals with difficult topics. What is so admirable is the way the author manages to present and look at them, unflinchingly, without being graphic. The book approaches with an even-handedness that exposes the truth without allowing the book to become mired in it.

REVIEW: SOUNDINGS by Hali Felt

I’d never heard of Marie Tharp.  The only woman I’d ever heard of remotely related to anything to do with the bottom of the ocean was a woman in a portrait at my parents-in-law’s house.  She was named Nannie (Maury) Herndon.  A member of my husband’s ancestors, her father was an oceanographer and was the…

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