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If Tea Isn’t Your Cuppa, How About Beer, Wine or Coffee?

Photo Credit John Gall WHERE THE WILD COFFEE GROWS The Untold Story of Coffee From the Cloud Forests of Ethiopia to Your Cup By Jeff Koehler 268 pp. Bloomsbury. $28. Photo Once upon a time, there was a tiny...

Tyia (Indonesia)’s review of We Found a Hat

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In Philadelphia, a Comic Book Store Dedicated to Diversity

In the historically working-class Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, just a few minutes northeast of landmarks like Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, a unique literary destination has blossomed. Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, which has become a popular draw since...

Tyia (Indonesia)’s review of When Green Becomes Tomatoes: Poems for All Seasons

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Los Angeles Review of Books

DECEMBER 21, 2017 This piece appears in the LARB Print Quarterly Journal: No. 16,  Art To receive the LARB Quarterly Journal, become a member  or  donate here. ¤ Why are otherwise sophisticated reviews so often philistine when it comes to...

Two Authors Examine Biblical History for Clues About Faith

Modern selves experience inspiration as arising from within. In ancient times the self was more a prism than a flashlight: Brilliance shone through you. Prophets and poets were touched by forces beyond themselves. In time we closed ourselves to...

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Tyia (Indonesia)’s review of A Hungry Lion, or A Dwindling Assortment of Animals

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Learing This Sad Time: On Edward St. Aubyn’s “Dunbar”

DECEMBER 23, 2017 LATE IN THE Patrick Melrose novels — the quintet that made Edward St. Aubyn famous — our fairly loathsome hero, Patrick, is on his way back to rehab in a taxi, and a phrase from an...

A Fictional Priest Uncovers a Long History of Clerical Child Abuse

Photo Thomas Keneally Credit Newspix, via Getty Images CRIMES OF THE FATHER By Thomas Keneally 334 pp. Atria. $26. “He was a bad priest, he knew it.” Graham Greene’s whiskey priest risks his life to celebrate Mass in anticlerical...