The Edinburgh Companion to the Postcolonial Middle East

The Edinburgh Companion to the Postcolonial Middle East by Karim Mattar

Karim Mattar and Anna Ball — The Edinburgh Companion to the Postcolonial Middle East, Edinburgh University Press, 2018. Order for purchase here .

Stephen Graham Jones

Stephen Graham Jones Receives the 2020 Distinguished Achievement Award from the Western Literature Association

Fiction author Stephen Graham Jones, whose works exemplify “Graphic Wests,” will join us at the WLA’s 55 th annual conference in San Diego on October 21-24, 2020. More information here .

None of This is Normal by Benjamin Robertson

None of This is Normal: The Fiction of Jeff Vandermeer by Benjamin Robertson

Benjamin Robertson – None of This is Normal: The Fiction of Jeff Vandermeer , University of Minnesota Press, 2019. Order for purchase here .

Tales from the Crypt Cover

"Enter the Crypt, Tomb, Vault, Coffin, (and More) of Horror Comics" by Stephen Graham Jones for NPR

Cover of Adam Bradley's book, "The Poetry of Pop"

The Poetry of Pop, Adam Bradley

Adam Bradley – The Poetry of Pop , Yale University Press, 2017

Cover of Janice Ho's book, "Nation and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century British Novel"

Nation and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century British Novel, Janice Ho

Janice Ho - Nation and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century British Novel , Cambridge University Press, 2018

Paul Youngquist

Paul Youngquist receives 2018 BFA Award for Excellence in Research, Scholarly and Creative Works

A colleague praises his work, saying “Youngquist looks to these enslaved peoples’ acts of creative resistance as a means of wresting from a dehumanizing system dignity, agency, and beauty.”

Cover of Gordon's book

Noah Eli Gordon's "Is That the Sound of a Piano Coming from Several Houses Down? (Solid Objects)" included in The New York Times' April 3 "New & Noteworthy" list

Noah Eli Gordon's latest poetry collection, Is That the Sound of a Piano Coming from Several Houses Down? (Solid Objects) was included in The New York Times "New & Noteworthy" list on April 3.

Cover of Nan Goodman's book, "The Puritan Cosmopolis"

The Puritan Cosmopolis, Nan Goodman

The Puritan Cosmopolis traces a sense of kinship that emerged from within the larger realm of Puritan law and literature in late seventeenth-century New England.

Cover of Julie Carr's Book, "Someone Shot My Book"

Someone Shot My Book, Julie Carr

Approaching the practices of reading and writing from a feminist perspective, Julie Carr asks vital ethical questions about the role of poetry—and of art in general—in a violent culture. She addresses issues such as the art of listening, the body and the avant-garde, gun violence, police brutality, reading and protest, and feminist responses to war in essays that are lucid, inventive, and informed by a life lived with poetry.

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