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Anthology: Nuclear Nightingales, Part One

The first of the two-part summer series finale, on the literature of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe.

You Can't Go Home Again: Reflections At The Beach

The last time I visited Indiana Beach I was only a child. Even then, though, I knew my connection to the amusement park wasn't typical.

Anthology: Utopians

The costs of longing for an ideal society

"Community's Living Room" Draws Headliners, Incubates Talent

A recent show by up-and-coming performance troupe Pig Pen Theater Company at the BCT highlights the venue's role as an incubator for emerging talent.

Anthology: Do You Have Your Bathroom ID?

This week, a collection of poetry and short fiction on the topics of bathing and bathroom customs, and the gender issues they raise.

"Melville in Love" Chronicles Writer's Great Passion

Loss of Sarah Morewood sent writer into personal, literary collapse

Bobo's Books: A Salute To The Sustaining Power Of Poetry

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Charlie Brown, Luckless, But Good!

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Anthology: Ann Petry

A celebration of the work of the first million-selling African American female novelist.

Youth and Maturity in Erin Tobey's "Middlemaze"

Erin Tobey's first solo album in a decade "Middlemaze" is a rich and varied reflection on youth and maturity.

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