Days of Revolution, by Mary Hegland

Choosing the Right Strong Man By Rea Keech Hegland served in the Peace Corps in Iran from 1966 to1968 and returned for visits from 1971 to 1972 and the summers of 1970 and 1976. She returned again to study the agricultural credit system primarily in the village of...

TRAN’S AMERICA

PROLOGUE: If a tweet posts in the forest and nobody reads it, was there really a tweet?   1. “My story will get people’s attention,” Tran said. Nobody disputed it. Nobody was listening. 2. Tran bought a Greyhound ticket and left for a trip across the country. His wife...

First World Problems

by Rea Keech Emma has lost her job but keeps her sense of humor as she struggles to keep her family going, even if they can’t match the pampered lifestyle of her friends from “the Estates.” Her naïve, idealistic husband Charles is no help. His only concern...