Book review: Kathleen Donohoe's novel is a portrait of an extended family and community, beginning with immigrants in the 1850s, and, later, featuring a pair of Catholic priests forced to confront the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Review: National Book Award-winning author Charles Johnson shares how to have a happy life in Grand. Also in this review are Maria Giura's memoir and Invisible Americans by Jeff Madrick about child poverty in the U.S.
Book review:Rust offers a liberal take on the Trump Country genre, written by former steelworker Eliese Colette Goldbach, a millennial feminist from a lower-middle-class Catholic Republican family in Cleveland.
Review: It seems strange to assert that a book about Late Renaissance Italian women in health care is relevant to the present global crisis, but striking parallels are found throughout Forgotten Healers: Women and the Pursuit of Health in Late Renaissance Italy by Sharon T. Strocchia of Emory University.