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In the Wake of the Butcher

| Filed under: Black Squirrel Books™, Recent Releases, True Crime
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In 2001 The Kent State University Press published James Jessen Badal’s In the Wake of the Butcher: Cleveland’s Torso Murders—the first book to examine the horrific series of unsolved dismemberment murders that terrorized the Kingsbury Run neighborhood from 1934 to 1938. Through his access to…

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The Righteous Remnant

| Filed under: History, Recent Releases, Sports
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Many Americans associate the House of David with its bearded barnstorming baseball teams of the 1920s and ’30s. Others may recall the sex scandal associated with the group, a scandal that gave newspapers during the first years after World War I some added spice. Still,…

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Hauptmann’s Ladder

| Filed under: Recent Releases, True Crime History
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Hauptmann’s Ladder is a testament to the truth that counters the revisionist histories all too common in the true crime genre. Author Richard T. Cahill Jr. puts the “true” back in “true crime,” providing credible information and undistorted evidence that enables readers to form their…

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The Widows’ Handbook

and | Filed under: Literature & Medicine, Recent Releases
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The Widows’ Handbook is the first anthology of poems by contemporary widows, many of whom have written their way out of solitude and despair, distilling their strongest feelings into poetry or memoir. This stirring collection celebrates the strategies widows learn and the resources they muster…

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Determinant

| Filed under: Poetry, Recent Releases, Wick Chapbook
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“These nineteen supple poems have both a strong sense of unity and a wide spectrum of forms, themes, and moods. Virtuosic writing combines with jagged feeling, and the end result is engaging, dramatic, and unpredictable.”—Henri Cole

“These poems have a strong voice and a bold reach:…

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I Left My Wings on a Chair

| Filed under: Poetry, Recent Releases, Wick Chapbook
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“When the wire man in love with the boiled wool woman imagines himself making love with her under the emerald tree and then making her a mouth, is he desiring to make for her a mouth, or to make of her a mouth? Such questions…

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The Dead Eat Everything

| Filed under: Poetry, Recent Releases, Wick First Book
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“This book is a document of a particular world, real, wrenched from the poet’s life, as if written with a gun to his head or a spike through his heart. Reading it is like opening a damp newspaper wrapped around a big fish just caught,…

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