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Published Reviews

Tatiana Proskouriakoff: Interpreting the Ancient Maya
The Charlotte Observer reviews
If you're in a women's book club that needs a good selection for March - Women's History Month - consider "Tatiana Proskouriakoff." The title is a...
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A Gesture Through Time
American Book Review reviews
In the enduring materiality of its presence and its playful formal invention, Gesture sets itself apart as an enduring piece of metafiction.
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In the Sierra Madre
Booklist reviews
The Sierra Madre is familiar to readers because of B. Traven's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and John Huston's film version of the novel, which starred Humphrey...
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New York Times reviews
In her book, ''The First Fossil Hunters: Paleontology in Greek and Roman Times,'' published in May by Princeton University Press, Adrienne Mayor draws on a close...
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New York Times reviews
Mighty as Hercules was, he sometimes prevailed only by means other than his own brute strength. When the need arose, the superhero of Greek mythology armed...
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In the Sierra Madre
Guadalajara Reporter reviews
Some say that truth is stranger than fiction. In the case of award-winning journalist Jeff Biggers’ “In the Sierra Madre,” truth is both stranger and far more...
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Biting the Apple
AfterEllen.com reviews
"There's a glow about [Eve Glass] that none of the other characters in Bledsoe's brilliant new novel seem able to resist.... What is finally so magical about...
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Publisher's Weekly (starred review) reviews
Sibling rivalry turns sinister in Rowland’s outstanding debut, which follows a Montana ranching clan as it struggles to survive the Depression, two world wars, and...
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New York Times Review of Books reviews
Russell Rowland is at his best when writing about what people talk about when they talk about nothing - as well as what they don’t talk about when they talk about...
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New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development
Teaching Artist Journal, 2007 Volume 5, Number 3 reviews
Teaching artists and community development artists: how similar the two fields are, and how little interaction they have. Perhaps it is time for a change, for a...
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Hystera
RAGMAG, An International Magazine of Culture and Art reviews
“Someone once said that literature is either weighty and wise or interesting and captivating. Skolkin-Smith puts this to rest in HYSTERA. Lilly is a student in...
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Amazon.com reviews
I won't go into the plot here, others have already done that. What I will say is I really enjoyed reading this. I was there with Keith trying to deal with his...
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Amazon.com reviews
"I have become a bit obsessive about how many Hull trawlers went down over the years. They say that it was more dangerous to be a trawlerman than a miner." So...
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Greasewood Creek
Library Journal reviews
The expressive language of poetry is unmistakable in Steele’s lyrical debut novel . . . This is a spare but powerful novel from award-winning poet Steele....
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Shadows and Ghosts
Ivory Owl Reviews reviews
Let me say first off that this book is the perfect example of why you should not judge a book by its cover! The cover would lead a reader to believe the story is a...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
There probably aren't too many Elis running around New Haven these days who think of Yale Law School as a kind of career halfway house, but that's what Adam...
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ForeWord Magazine reviews
"The author’s depiction of an autonomous, courageous, and intelligent girl coming of age in the midst of chaos (both historic and contemporary) is compelling. The...
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Deathryde
The Washington Times reviews
If you have a taste for slambang satire that plays games with the names of dead celebrities from James Dean to Barbara Stanwyck and a hearse driver with the...
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Eating Steve
The Daily Cross Hatch reviews
"Surprisingly warmhearted"
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