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Booklist reviews A Short History of Monsters

Booklist reviews A Short History of Monsters

  “Padua is a very wry poet who, in his first book, presents stinging and riotous poems, as in the two-stanza ‘Barbie’: ‘I am Barbie / I live in your dollhouse / You change my clothes every day. / If I could get out / of here I would / kill you all.’ These are works...

Two reviews in the Journal of Southern History

Two reviews in the Journal of Southern History

  “While this edited volume will appeal to devotees of Arkansas history, it would be a mistake to assume that its value is only to that audience. Editor Guy Lancaster, an award-winning historian, has written an impressive introduction and assembled ten well-written...

It’s All Done Gone wins Ned Shank Award

It’s All Done Gone wins Ned Shank Award

Congratulations to Patsy Watkins, winner of the 2018 Ned Shank Award for Outstanding Preservation Publication from Preserve Arkansas for her book It's All Done Gone: Arkansas Photographs from the Farm Security Administration Collection,...

Booklist Reviews Teeth Never Sleep and Protect Yourself at All Times

Booklist Reviews Teeth Never Sleep and Protect Yourself at All Times

  “Toxic masculinity” has become a hot topic in debates over gender and culture, yet one might not think to turn to contemporary poetry as an arena rife with this discourse. And yet, in his uncompromising debut collection, García lays bare the routines of abuse that...

 

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