Interview with Debut Author Erin Bartels

   Erin Bartels has been a publishing professional for more than fifteen years. Her short story “This Elegant Ruin” was a finalist in the Saturday Evening Post 2014 Great American Fiction Contest. A freelance writer and editor, she is a member of Capital City Writers and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association and is former features... Continue Reading →

Review: Where Triples Go to Die

Synopsis: In irreverent, laugh-out-loud style, Where Triples Go to Die illuminates the messy intersection of sports, race, and romance in contemporary college life. Black superstar Juke Jackson and white counselor Malcolm Wade, each facing relationship crises at home, forge a bond at school as Wade guides Jackson’s quest to join the legion of African Americans... Continue Reading →

Review: Clarence Olgibee

Synopsis: It starts with a murder. In 1974, 17-year-old Jimmy Tate Sullivan watched his two friends bludgeon to death a black man. Sentenced to life for abetting the crime, Sullivan is initiated into a white- supremacist church by a fellow convict, once the best friend of an African-American teenager, Clarence Olgibee. Shifting back to 1954,... Continue Reading →

Review: The Rantings of an Uneducated Reactionary 

Synopsis:  These days, there is no such thing as politics as usual. So Americans who care about the future of this country need books on politics that don't pull any punches. The Rantings of an Uneducated Reactionary comes out swinging and doesn't stop till the last page. These political, ideological, and philosophical essays are like... Continue Reading →

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Run, And you feel the burn, With every turn, Run, And you feel the sun, With your hair falling out of its neat bun, Run, And calories will burn by the ton, With completing the race you are officially done.

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