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The Rising Storm

by | Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 15:41 CST
A new book on climate and migration predicts a future of "guards, guns and gates" unless we act soon.
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At Home in the In-Between

In 'All the Agents and Saints,' Stephanie Elizondo Griest doesn't just describe her country's in-between zones. She inhabits them.

There’s an almost throwaway bit of scene-setting late in All the Agents and Saints, just a few pages from the book’s end, that explains a lot about its writ...Read More

Janis Joplin in Denmark in April 1969. by

Catching Up with Janis

Her brand of blues presaged 21st century sexual politics.

Joplin remains important now, 45 years after her death, through a combination of that indelible voice and her zeitgeisty identification with the exuberant spiri...Read More

A photo of 'Lucille's Treasure Chest of Fine Foods.' by

Returning Southern Cuisine to the Women Who Created It

In 'The Jemima Code,' Toni Tipton-Martin introduces readers to the African-American women who created Southern cooking.

In The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks, Tipton-Martin describes Southern cooking as a fusion of African, European and Caribbean cooking...Read More

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