Rachael Dreyer

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Outliers and American Vanguard Art

Accessible for most readers without extensive art history backgrounds, and for those looking to expand their understanding of American art and artists creating from the margins.
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Mothers & Others | Memoir

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Mean

Gurba is a writer for our times; her memoir brings a powerful perspective. (Memoir, 10/20/17)

Emotional Rescue Reads | Memoir

Beyond the Comfort Zone | Memoir

Shine a Light | Memoir

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The Futilitarians: Our Year of Thinking, Drinking, Grieving, and Reading

Readers interested in expanding their reading lists, as well as those fascinated by New Orleans, will find this a meaty work.
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I'm the One Who Got Away

Jarrell writes powerfully about coming of age in the shadow of domestic violence and her growth as a spouse, parent, and daughter. How she successfully navigated her responsibility to her children as well as her desire to know her father may be of interest to readers who wish to explore boundary-setting in their own families.
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Heating & Cooling: 52 Micro-Memoirs

Potent despite their brevity, many of Fennelly's micromemoirs bring hefty topics to the surface; the lack of excessive text allows readers to fill in the gaps in the narrative themselves. Readers who enjoyed Anne Lamott's memoirs (Bird by Bird; Hallelujah Anyway) will delight in these pieces.

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