Forthcoming in April from Milkweed Editions, Professor Karen Anderson’s new book of poems, Receipt, has been reviewed by Literary Mama. The reviewer concludes that: “The captivating poetry within Karen Leona Anderson’s Receipt has made me view the small, ordinary things in my own life through a critical lens: a recipe, a price tag, or a cash register receipt Find out more »
Professor Jeff Hammond’s essay, “Confronting Death: The Early American Elegy,” appears in The Cambridge History of American Poetry (Cambridge University Pess, 2014). His essay from The Cream City Review, “The Hunter-Gatherers of Findlay, Ohio,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Turn to the back jacket of Jennifer Cognard-Black’s newly published book and there is a quote by Scott Miller, a professor of writing at Sonoma State, that reads: “Food serves as a powerful hook into conversations about class, ethnicity, gender, politics, and aesthetics….” If you ask Cognard-Black, she would say that this quote speaks not Find out more »