Review of the Book, Non-Disclosure, by George Dapra

Review of the Book, Non-Disclosure, by George Dapra

Review by Melanie Davis As an Inspector with the United States Marshal’s Witness Protection Program, author George Dapra can tell stories that had been carefully hidden. With special authorization from the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Dapra allows us to meet people...
Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets

Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets

Review by Brittany Brolley Luke Dittrich’s New York Times bestseller, Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets is exactly that. Part biography and part memoir, Dittrich tells the unforgettable life story of how a young factory worker named...
Bad Feminist: Essays, by Roxane Gay

Bad Feminist: Essays, by Roxane Gay

by Brittany Brolley In the introduction of Bad Feminist: Essays Roxane Gay writes, “I openly embrace the label of bad feminist. I do so because I am flawed and human.” Bad Feminist As a bad feminist, she admits to dancing along to music with misogynistic...
Q&A With Jan Smitowicz on his Prison Memoir, Rebel Hell

Q&A With Jan Smitowicz on his Prison Memoir, Rebel Hell

Around the time that Melanie Holmes read and reviewed Liberating Minds: The Case for College in Prison here the prison topic came my way again.  Author Jan Smitowicz contacted me about his new memoir, Rebel Hell.  Jan has quite a story to tell, and it is about...

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