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Books reviewed by Lisa Bintrim at BookBrowse.

Lisa Bintrim

Lisa Bintrim is a librarian with the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, MD. She has twenty years of experience as an editor, primarily for academic publishers. She was the Books Editor for Austinist.com. She enjoys reading nonfiction on contemporary issues and the social sciences, as well as essay collections, mysteries, literary fiction, and middle grade fiction.

Books reviewed by Lisa Bintrim

Punching the Air (10/21/20)
White Too Long (10/07/20)
Livewired (09/02/20)

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