By Jessica Mizzi 11 min read
All of these authors are people of color who deserve recognition for the breadth of their literary masterpieces in spite of the challenges they've faced.
By Jessica Mizzi 4 min read
We got the chance to speak with Clotilde Dusoulier about French food and culture, her writing, and the importance of learning to cook.
By Tobias Carroll 7 min read
The nine books listed here offer a host of perspectives on the places where faith, logic, science, and religion all converge.
By Lorraine Berry 8 min read
Chelsey Johnson's Stray City takes a look at the gritty reality of poverty in Portland in the 1990s, while also exploring moments of joy and humor.
By Jessica Mizzi 7 min read
These books will allow you to take a deep dive into our past, our present, and our potential future to learn more about how our culture developed.
By Lorraine Berry 4 min read
Sandra Allen's book translates the writings of her schizophrenic uncle: a smart, thoughtful man who struggled to make himself understood.