Matthew, Mark, Luke, John . . . and Me:
Growing Up Jewish in a Christian World
by Arthur D. Ullian
by Kim Cunningham
Block, Paper, Chisels:
Prints from New Hampshire's Monadnock Region
“Witty, inventive, and heartbreaking, DM Me, Mother Darling reminds us that once beyond the wreckage of lost, abandoned lives, something underneath emerges: a voice born from that terrible beauty, one that says, ‘Now hush— / not everything above can crush us.'”
“To understand why it’s so hard to come home from wars, in places like Iraq and Afghanistan, you first need to have some idea of what it was like to be there. Why it’s so hard to shake it when you return home. Except only about ten percent of Americans actually do. Now try and come to terms with that.”
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