Anthologies by authors that reproduce previous writings do not always make the best reading and can appear unconnected, dated, and stale.
“a well-written, family memoir that tackles broad questions of identity . . .”
“Practical Sins for Cold Climates is an unusual and refreshing take on the 'transformed by the wilderness' theme.”
It is always exciting to discover real-life heroes you never heard of before, especially when the hero is a cross-dresser, impersonator, nurse, Civil War soldier, and spy all rolled into one—and he
Phillip Margolin is a talented storyteller. He’s got a silky, deceptively simple style that snakes back around when you least expect it and grabs you.