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coverby Stafford Hood, Rodney Hopson & Henry Frierson
review by Dhani Shah — 2016

coverby Dana Mitra and Stephanie C. Serriere
review by Jason Ritter & Christopher Meidl — 2016

coverby Jason A. Grissom and Peter Youngs
review by Tarek Azzam — 2016

coverby Bill Nave (Ed.)
review by Thomas McCann — 2016

coverby Paula Bourque
review by Meredyth Bauer-Kealey — 2016

coverby Brian L. McGowan, Robert T. Palmer, J. Luke Wood and David F. Hibbler
review by Joelle Davis Carter & Yoruba Taheerah Mutakabbir — 2016

coverby Amrei C. Joerchel and Gerhard Benetka
review by Colleen Thoma, Lauren Puglia, Holly Whittenburg, Gabrielle Pickover & Whitney Ham — 2016

coverby Gilberto Q. Conchas (Ed.)
review by Rebecca Colina Neri & Cecilia Rios-Aguilar — 2016

coverby Alan P. Maloney, Jere Confrey, and Kenny H. Nyugen (Eds.)
review by Joanne Lee — 2016

coverby Elizabeth P. Quintero and Mary Kay Rummel
review by Christie Martin — 2016

coverby Lois Weiner and Daniel Jerome
review by Paula Carbone — 2016

coverby Patricia K. Kubow and Allison H. Blosser (Eds.)
review by Min Yu & Christopher Crowley — 2016

coverby Jaimie Bleck
review by Patricia Kubow, Jacob Butler & A'ame Joslin — 2016

coverby Peter Roberts
review by Timothy O’Connell — 2016

coverby Thomas Fallace
review by Chara Bohan — 2016

coverby Liam Downey
review by Jessica Krim & Michael Brody — 2016

coverby Patricia Ruggiano Schmidt and Althier M. Lazar (Eds.)
review by Lan Ngo & Susan Goldstein Colon — 2016

coverby Dionne Danns, Michelle A. Purdy, & Christopher M. Span
review by Melanie Acosta — 2016

coverby Aimee A. Howley and Mary Barbara Trube
review by Linda Tilman — 2016

coverby Linda M. Goulet, Keith N. Goulet
review by David Lσpez & G. Kasun — 2016

coverby James Nehring
review by Elizabeth Wilkins — 2016

coverby Paris S. Strom, Robert D. Strom
review by Bob Fecho — 2016

coverby Jacqueline Leonard, Danny B. Martin (Eds.)
review by Mahati Kopparla & Robert Capraro — 2016

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