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    Dawn Louise Spinella
    This novel is based on a true story and represents the later period in the life of Reverend Tunis G. Campbell. It begins in 1863 when Tunis Campbell, at age fifty, leaves New York and moves to Georgia to help the freedmen assemble their new lives. . . .
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    Joshua A.H. Harris
    Gods and Griseos is a novel that explores themes of income inequality, artificial intelligence, and the nature of reality.
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    Cynthia Gordon Kaye
    The modern-day characters in Happy Mom and Other Tales of a Handed-Down Holocaust evolve before a backdrop of the Holocaust: an outdoor cafe umbrella comes loose in the wind, unexpectedly upending a young attorney’s life; a mother's reaction to her de . . .
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    Matthew Meyer Ginsburg
    Woke Wash was written to expose corporate hypocrisy, specifically with regard to the embracement of social justice or “woke” issues to deceptively advance selfish corporate goals. In the play, Susan and Jack Popper are a young couple struggling to mak . . .
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    Robin Clinton Crawford
    I am enchanted by the reliable magic of abstract painting. My children have been embarrassed when, at a public gallery, I would take their hands and stand directly in front of a painting that is chaotic with color, then slowly back away with them unti . . .
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    Dasha Bulatova
    Gorge consists of poetry, prose poetry, and experimental/hybrid-genre pieces that explore obsession, trauma, and memory through personal and historical lenses. A loose narrative framework centers around the archetype of “Mudman,” an anti-hero whose . . .