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Paraíso reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly

Paraíso reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly

“Shores-Argüello (In the Absence of Clocks) returns to his mother’s Costa Rican hometown on the occasion of her death in his latest, winner of the inaugural CantoMundo Poetry Prize. The title also references the poet’s home—or one of them. In poems displaying...

Anti-Catholicism in Arkansas reviewed in Arkansas Historical Quarterly

Anti-Catholicism in Arkansas reviewed in Arkansas Historical Quarterly

“As Kenneth Barnes shows in his engagingly written and thought-provoking Anti-Catholicism in Arkansas, fear of foreigners and foreign influence could grip even a state with very few immigrants. Barnes’ book is one of the most sophisticated and thoroughly researched...

Claudia Rankine reviews The Golden Shovel Anthology in The New York Times

Claudia Rankine reviews The Golden Shovel Anthology in The New York Times

“Throughout this anthology, more than 60 other well-known Brooks poems can be read the same way, with lines from ‘The Mother’ and ‘The Bean Eaters’ tripping down the right-hand side of the page. The anthology ends with ‘Non-Brooks Golden Shovels’ and ‘Variations and...

Choice recommends Down on Mahans Creek

Choice recommends Down on Mahans Creek

“While the subtitle suggests an emphasis on a neighborhood, this book is really a family history about people for whom place is important. Setting his book in both Kentucky and Missouri, historian Rader (emer., Univ. of Nebraska) recounts details such as the...

 

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