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Ever get the feeling someone’s trying to tell you something by not telling you something? Psychotherapists (that identifier feels awkward for some reason) have to learn to interpret the unsaid, by thinking about non-verbal information: everything from muted sighs to averted glances at a hidden clock, to I’m-running-late text messages, belated vacation or business trip announcements; e-mail terminations. 1,040 more words

From the Archives: "Should You Pay for a Book Review?"

Welcome back to our Tuesday segment, where we’ll be revisiting some of our most popular posts from the last few years.  What’s stayed the same?  And what’s changed?   1,239 more words

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Meet Wade Beauchamp

Wade Beauchamp lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with his wife, Ronda, and daughter. His book, Scream If You Want To Go Faster was a 2013 Finalist: The Kindle Book Review Best Indie Book Awards. 396 more words

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NEWS AND REVIEWS

Books

From Jack Johnson to Lebron James edited by Chris Lamb

Praise from the Tampa Tribune:

“A thought-provoking collection of essays. Media coverage has expanded greatly since Jack Johnson put on boxing gloves to defend his heavyweight title, and a critical, sharp look at media coverage through the years is a necessary—and welcome—addition to sports literature.” 253 more words

In The News

The Wade Stevenson Interview

An Interview with Poet Wade Stevenson

First off, congrats on the success of Flutes and Tomatoes, one of Kirkus Review’s Best Indie Books of 2015. 211 more words

Dear You

Dear You

Dear You, a combination of poetry and memoir, by Wade Stevenson is one of the most exposed, unrelenting, and heart-breaking pieces on longing that I’ve read. 78 more words