“Gonzales … proves himself a chronicler par excellence of nature—including of the human variety—in this excellent essay collection.”
Winner of the 2020 CantoMundo Poetry Prize
Winner of the 2020 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize
The first new volume of fiction in more than a decade by beloved Arkansas writer Donald Harington.
More than a retelling of the origin story of a democracy born from an intimate connection with the land, this book wagers that socially responsible agrarian mythmaking should be a vital part of a food ethic of resistance.
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Madeleine Wattenberg's debut collection, I/O, is a finalist for the 2021 Miller Williams Poetry Prize, and will be published in March 2021. On the cover: Untitled 2018, by Moyna Flannigan. "When I first viewed Moyna Flannigan’s painting," Wattenberg said, "I was...
Kyle Kellams has interviewed Mark Christ on KUAF's Ozarks at Large about The War at Home: Perspectives on the Arkansas Experience during World War I, and the striking resemblances between Arkansas in 2020 and Arkansas in 1919. Listen: A Century Apart, Arkansas in 2020...
“As a Palestinian writer, sometimes I am afraid no one will care what I have to say outside of my marginalization — every poem must be about the occupation, must be about expulsion. I fear in reading Abughattas’s work, I’ve zeroed in on those moments, despite poems...
Jeanette M. Fregulia, author of A Rich and Tantalizing Brew: A History of How Coffee Connected the World will appear (virtually) at the Fayetteville Public Library on Wednesday, October 21 at 6pm. She has answered four quick questions for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette...
“Gonzales, a former National Geographic feature writer, proves himself a chronicler par excellence of nature—including of the human variety—in this excellent essay collection. The psychological nuance and vivid detail throughout will dazzle readers.”—Publishers Weekly...
Each year, readers, writers, and critics alike look forward to Thomas Hauser’s newest collection of articles about the contemporary boxing scene. Reviewing his 2019 collection, Booklist proclaimed, “It’s hard to think of another sports journalist who knows more about...