Hush Now, Don’t Explain by Dennis Must

Hush Now, Don’t Explain (300 pages) is a work of literary fiction by Dennis Must. A white orphan and two mixed race friends set out from Ohio on a trip to New Orleans, in search of their roots and their destinies. Hush Now has earned Dennis the 2014 Dactyl Foundation Award for literary fiction.  Read…

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Between the Two Rivers by Aida Kouyoumjian

Between the Two Rivers (302 pages) is the account of the real-life saga of Aida Kouyoumjian’s mother Mannig, who as a young girl was one of a small minority of Armenians who survived the massacre and deportation from the Ottoman Empire during and after World War I. Historians estimate that 1.5 to 2 million Armenians…

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This first edition of Between the Two Rivers has been replaced with a second edition. Learn more by clicking here. Between the Two Rivers (342 pages) is the real-life saga of Aida Kouyoumjian’s mother Mannig, who as a young girl was one of a small minority of Armenians who survived the massacre and deportation from…

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