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SN&R Vol 23 Issue 27
A century ago, Roald Amundsen’s team reached the South Pole. His story is still gripping.
By Traci J. Macnamara
This article was published on 10.20.11
Melissa V. Harris-Perry tackles politics from a black woman’s point of view in Sister Citizen.
By Kel Munger
Bay Area writer Rebecca Wilson’s memoir is about living with grief—including the loss of her father, murdered labor leader, Dow Wilson.
By Amanda Branham
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 26
The TOMS founder on how he changed the world with shoes.
This article was published on 10.13.11
Jane Hirshfield’s new collection of poems are large and run naked.
By Trina L. Drotar
Eoin Colfer’s new novel has fewer supernatural elements and more murderous fun.
By Vivienne Finche
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 25
Not all the war protesters are civilians.
By Seth Sandronsky
This article was published on 10.06.11
A man comes for dinner and decides to stay in Ali Smith’s latest novel.
By Sandy Thomas
Mary Mackey’s new poetry collection blends Portuguese and English for remarkable poems.
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 24
Drew Magary’s The Postmortal suggest immortality has a whole ’nother set of troubles.
By Jason Satterling
This article was published on 09.29.11
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