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review by Lou Sabina — 2019

coverby Joyce W. Nutta, Carine Strebel, Florin M. Mihai, Edwidge Crevecoeur Bryant, & Kouider Mokhtari
review by Stephanie Garrone-Shufran — 2019

coverby Emiliana Mangone, Giuseppe Masullo, & Mar Gallego (Eds.)
review by Debjani Chakravarty — 2019

coverby Sally M. Reis (Ed.)
review by Jennifer Jolly — 2019

coverby Sue Sentence, Erik Barendsen & Carsten Schulte (Eds.)
review by David Weintrop — 2019

coverby Vivian Yenika-Agbaw
review by Natalia Ward & Amber Warren — 2019

coverby Joy Ann Williamson-Lott
review by Leslie Etienne & Tambra O. Jackson — 2019

coverby William J. Mathis & Tina M. Trujillo (Eds.)
review by Michael Cohen — 2019

coverby Yong Zhao
review by Ashley Weber — 2019

coverby David S. Stein & Constance E. Wanstreet
review by Linda Barril — 2018

coverby Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker
review by Stacy Delacruz — 2018

coverby Patricia H. Hinchey & Pamela J. Konkol
review by Melanie Janzen — 2018

coverby Heather Barclay Hamir & Nick J. Gozik (Eds.)
review by Peggy Shannon-Baker — 2018

coverby Candace Schlein
review by Joy Howard & Timberly Baker — 2018

coverby Stefan M. Bradley
review by George McClellan & Erin Talley — 2018

coverby Nancy Hoffman & Robert B. Schwartz
review by Chris Zirkle — 2018

coverby Paul Whitinui, Marνa del Carmen Rodrνguez de France, & Onowa McIvor (Eds.)
review by Lynn Aylward — 2018

coverby Michael DiPaola & Charles A. Wagner
review by Blanca Araujo & Leanna Lucero — 2018

coverby Katherine M. Douglas & Diane B. Jaquith
review by Margaret Anne Walker — 2018

coverby Kathy L. Guthrie & Daniel M. Jenkins
review by Brett Geier — 2018

coverby Diane Mayer, Mary Dixon, Jodie Kline, Alex Kostogriz, Julianne Moss, Leonie Rowan, Bernadette Walker-Gibbs, & Simone White
review by Manu Sharma — 2018

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