Patricia Schultheis

Patricia Schultheis is the author of Baltimore’s Lexington Market, published by Arcadia Publishing in 2007, and of St. Bart’s Way, an award-winning collection of short stories published by Washington Writers' Publishing House in 2015. Her memoir, A Balanced Life, was published by All Things That Matter Press in 2018.


14 entries by Patricia Schultheis

Book Review

In the Land of the Cyclops

By Karl Ove Knausgaard; translated by Martin Aitken

The provocative Norwegian author ponders the meaning and necessity of art.

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The Pastor

By Hanne Ørstavik; translated by Martin Aitken

A quietly potent tale about the power (and limits) of words.

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A master of the philosophical memoir ponders the concept of “home.”

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In the Land of the Cyclops: Essays

By Karl Ove Knausgaard; translated by Martin Aitken

The provocative Norwegian author ponders the meaning and necessity of art.

Feature

The longtime educator's new story collection seeks to capture (and honor) the voices of Baltimore teens.

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The Man Who Saw Everything

By Deborah Levy

This Booker-nominated stunner of a novel defies easy categorization.

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This Booker-nominated stunner of a novel defies easy categorization.

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The Night Tiger: A Novel

By Yangsze Choo

An unlikely trio embarks on a Confucian-fueled quest in 1930s Malaya.

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This remembrance of a WWII-era collector chooses facts over feelings and suffers in the process.

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Pioneer Girl: A Novel

By Bich Minh Nguyen

A Vietnamese American woman seeks the origins of a missing pin matching one owned by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

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The award-winning writer presents 22 essays that reveal her deepening understanding of love and commitment.

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Coming Clean: A Memoir

By Kimberly Rae Miller

Grappling with love for — and shame over — troubled parents.

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An examination of memory’s selectivity and time’s multi-dimensionality.

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By Stephanie LaCava

The story of an American teenager’s mental deterioration while living in 1990s France.