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‘A Thought-Provoking Meditation on the Nature of Truth’

Truth is an elusive commodity these days. But we don’t expect equivocation from scholarly disciplines that are supposed to traffic in hard facts. And...

Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island

You Say You Want a Revolution? In writing “The Suffragist Playbook: Your Guide to Changing the World,” Lucinda Robb and Rebecca Boggs Roberts have accomplished...

Napoleon the Novelist 

We’re all familiar with Napoleon the military hero and conqueror. But who knew he was also a novelist? Local author Margaret Rodenberg has used his...

Podcast Helps Parents & Teachers Explain Jan. 6 to Kids

It’s hard enough for grownups. The horrifying images of angry insurgents storming the Capitol are difficult to watch, let alone comprehend. So how do...

Book Offers Tips for “Curry in a Hurry”

If you love Indian food but balk at recipes with pages of steps and an endless list of exotic ingredients, Varu Chilakamarri hears you....

It’s… Superdog!

Hill publisher Lola and Pear adds another charmer to their line-up of children’s books with the story of a little girl named Gela who...

The Literary Hill: Noir at the (Legal) Bar

Newly-minted private investigator Zooey Krause is not exactly setting the detecting world on fire. In fact, as she ruefully observes, “I’ve chased down so...

The Best Medicine

Need a laugh? Who doesn’t these days? Two new political satires might be just what the pandemic doctor ordered. Christopher Buckley hits it out of...

Authors Look Back Over Decade, Century of Change

Decade to Make Your Head Spin A neighbor down the street has a sign in their yard that seems to perfectly express our shared sense...

Crossing Borders Through Books

Migrants on the Move Hill artist Rashin Kheiriyeh teams with award-winning children’s author Kyo Maclear in “Story Boat,” a new picture book about families forced...
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