Stephen L. Hupp

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Someone Like Me

Recommended to all listeners with an interest in speculative fiction. ["A dark, supernatural thriller that blurs the edges of the world we know": LJ 10/15/18 review of the Orbit: Hachette hc.]

The Long Shadow

Recommended to viewers with an interest in American race relations.
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White Right: Meeting the Enemy

This powerful, moving film is a must-see for all audiences.
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Firefly

Recommended to listeners interested in fiction based on true events. ["Naji's and Samson's interlaced histories will appeal to readers who enjoy thrillers enriched with social and political issues and driven by suspenseful episodes of flight and pursuit": LJ 7/18 review of the Mysterious hc.]
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The Politics of Hate

Viewers who follow modern political and social movements will find this documentary worthwhile.—Stephen L. Hupp, West Virginia Univ. Parkersburg Lib.
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The Issue of Mr. O'Dell

Viewers with an interest in the historic and current civil rights movements will find this film engaging.
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The Great White Hoax: Donald Trump & the Politics of Race & Class in America

This thought-provoking documentary will interest all those concerned with modern political and social affairs.
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Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad & Criminal in 19th-Century New York

This at times heartbreaking audiobook is recommended to all listeners with an interest in history or prison reform. ["A dour yet deft telling of an often forgotten era of 19th-century America. Criminal justice advocates and historians as well as general readers interested in the history of the New York underworld will delight in Horn's timely and skillful offering": LJ 5/1/18 review of the Algonquin hc.]
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The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo

A riveting and thought-provoking film; highly recommended to viewers interested in civil rights and creative filmmaking.

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