“The question is, how do we honor the sacrifice without glorifying war itself? It’s a major issue for all of us, and one I felt keenly as Cartographer grew into the novel it became.”
by Terry Hong
The Cartographer is first a story about humanity and what happens to that humanity when confronted with the most inhuman circumstances.
by Juhi Singhal Karan
There’s something enduring about words that have been inked onto paper by someone for another. These missives have the capacity to reach across space and time . . . [H]ere we bring to you five such missives, five “letters of note” by bloomers.