Laurence Scott’s The Four-Dimensional Human (2015)

2016-11-07T16:17:45-05:00

Are we spending so much time plugged-in that we are no longer ourselves and now perceive the world differently? Author Laurence Scott posits that digital technology has shaped a fourth dimension. We inhabit it, become it. The big question is: What does this mean? But just as one click online leads to a series

Laurence Scott’s The Four-Dimensional Human (2015)2016-11-07T16:17:45-05:00

Karin Altenberg’s Island of Wings (2011)

2019-10-22T12:25:25-05:00

House of Anansi, 2011 It's with those proverbial good intentions that Reverend Neil MacKenzie moves to St. Kilda. (Oh, dear: you know the risk here, right?) He is travelling there -- accompanied by his young pregnant wife, Elizabeth -- to bring his faith to the island's residents. (Think

Karin Altenberg’s Island of Wings (2011)2019-10-22T12:25:25-05:00

Grace McCleen’s The Land of Decoration (2012)

2014-03-15T19:47:37-05:00

Ten-year-old Judith isn't very concerned that Armageddon is coming. In fact, she's not sorry that soon "nothing of this old world will be left". "[I]t’s good because polar bears are starving and trees are dying and if you put a plastic bag in the earth it will never

Grace McCleen’s The Land of Decoration (2012)2014-03-15T19:47:37-05:00
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