Library Journal reading The War Came Home with Him

By Rebecca Miller
Library Journal

The War Came Home with Him (Catherine Madison)I cut my teeth in as an editor long ago at the alternative magazine Utne Reader. There, among the many talented editors I had the fun of learning from, was the generous and smart Catherine Madison, who remains a friend to this day. So, when I saw she had a memoir releasing this fall from University of Minnesota Press, I sought it out at BEA, and have been taking it in slowly since.

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