becoming the instrument

Becoming the Instrument by Kenny Werner

“How can you channel your potential to live a more creative and fulfilling life? Offering guidance on how musicians and others can allow their…

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mala kacenberg

Mala’s Cat by Mala Kacenberg

Mala’s Cat is the incredible true story of Mala Kacenberg, a young girl from the Polish village of Tarnogród. Beginning at age 12, Mala…

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love and lemons cookbook

Love and Lemons Every Day by Jeanine Donofrio

Jeanine Donofrio’s new cookbook, Love and Lemons Every Day, contains over 100 vegetarian (and often vegan) recipes with beautiful full-color photos for each and…

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crushing by sophie burrows

Crushing by Sophie Burrows

Crushing by Sophie Burrows is a debut young adult graphic novel that has plenty to say for a “silent” book. This is a beautifully…

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everything belongs

Everything Belongs by Richard Rohr

I’ve only ever read Fr. Richard Rohr’s work in audiobook format, but honestly, I need to be buying his books in print so I…

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The Predatory Animal Ball by Jennifer Fliss

The Predatory Animal Ball is Jennifer Fliss’s debut collection of flash fiction (extremely short stories) about people left in the wake of predators. These…

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Flesh & Blood by N. West Moss

Flesh & Blood is a medical memoir that’s as delicate as it is powerful. N. West Moss perfectly captures the heartache of infertility and…

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as the crow flies

As the Crow Flies by Melanie Gillman

As the Crow Flies is a graphic novel about Charlie, a 13-year-old queer Black kid at an all-white, all-girls summer Christian backpacking camp. She’s…

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the seep

The Seep by Chana Porter

Chana Porter’s The Seep takes place after an alien invasion that, instead of bringing war and destruction, makes people kinder, more caring and thoughtful….

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laziness does not exist

Laziness Does Not Exist by Devon Price

When I picked up Laziness Does Not Exist, I was expecting a book that counters capitalistic thinking—maybe along the lines of David Graeber’s Bullshit…

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