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Peter LaSalle’s WHAT I FOUND OUT ABOUT HER gets rave review

Winner of the 2014 Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, Peter LaSalle’s What I Found Out About Her is called “intelligent” and “thoughtful” by ForeWord Reviews. Kristine Morris says, “LaSalle is a master . . . his characters so easy to care about, even to love, that one forgets to look for the stylistic sleights of hand so admired by academics and instead gets caught up in the lives of people who could easily be one’s best friend, lover, aunt—or oneself.”

LaSalle continues to light up the literary blogsphere. His most recent post “Peter LaSalle Considers John Cheever Across the River,” was selected by the official blog of The Story Prize (TSP). TSP features posts about short stories, short story collections, and literary events related to these subjects—especially The Story...

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In Truly Christian and African: Notre Dame theologian Paulinus Odozor’s new book, Michael O. Garvey explains how the Catholic church has become less concentrated in Europe and North America than in the southern hemisphere and Africa. Garvey goes on to say how this shift in the Church’s center of gravity affects the way theology is done.

University of Notre Dame theologian Rev. Paulinus I. Odozor, C.S.Sp., is mindful of this shift in the Church’s center of gravity and alludes to it as he introduces his new book, Morality Truly Christian, Truly African: Foundational, Methodological, and Theological Considerations. In the book, according to Garvey, Odozor examines issues, some of them neuralgic, arising from the...

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