"Jobs with Justice is an inspiring reminder of where we’ve been and a look ahead to where we need to go."
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"American Book Award–winner Uschuk’s new collection of meditative, delectably powerful poems offers a steady and generous solace that serves as a platform for thought-provoking glimpses into spirit, family, and feeling. She has written of a tethered reality, commonplace secrets, and emotional rescue. And she is political. Among the more than 40 poems, “Red Menace” and “Black Swan” are standouts. In the same vein as her contemporaries Patricia Smith and Joy Harjo, Uschuk is strong in metaphor, urgent in language, and powerful in vivisection."
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"Finally the beautiful message of Trimble-Familetti’s book is that hidden behind the male dominated language and perspective, is a God who is both feminine and masculine, who loves and respects men and women equally."
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