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coverby Julie L. Davis
review by Four Arrows aka Don Trent Jacobs — 2015

coverby Kieran Egan
review by Jennifer Sweeney & John Baer — 2015

coverby Michael T. Buchanan (Ed.)
review by Brett Bertucio — 2015

coverby K. K. Kuriakose
review by Jill Jensen & David Coulter — 2015

coverby Jason E. Lane & D. Bruce Johnstone (Eds.)
review by Renata Opoczynski & Brendan Cantwell — 2015

coverby Beth Blue Swadener, Laura Lundy, Janette Habashi, & Natasha Blanchet-Cohen
review by John Hoben — 2015

coverby Robert J. Nash & Sydnee Viray
review by Elizabeth Quintero — 2015

coverby Ronald A. Beghetto, James C. Kaufman, & John Baer
review by Jenifer Schneider — 2015

coverby Pietro A. Sasso & Joseph L. DeVitis (Eds.)
review by Young Kim & Jennifer Carter — 2015

coverby Molly Quinn
review by Rahat Naqvi — 2015

coverby Carol C. Mukhopadhyay, Rosemary Henze, & Yolanda T. Moses
review by Erica Boas — 2015

coverby Ericka J. Fisher
review by Shira Epstein — 2015

coverby Marybeth Gasman & Felecia Commodore (Eds.)
review by Tara Parker — 2015

coverby by Jerome McGann (Author)
review by Joshua Iddings — 2015

coverby Allan G Johnson
review by Katherine Cumings Mansfield — 2015

coverby David Kennedy & Maughn Gregory
review by Saras Reddy & Glenn Hudak — 2015

coverby Kathleen Bogle & Joel Best
review by Rachel Jones — 2015

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