Reviews

Glorious, Golden, and Contemporary: A Review of Phillip Lopate’s New Anthologies by Cicily Bennion

Glorious, Golden, and Contemporary A Review of Phillip Lopate’s New Anthologies of the American Essay By Cicily Bennion The Glorious American Essay: One Hundred Essays from Colonial Times to the Present Edited by Phillip Lopate 928 pp. Anchor, $20.00 Released November 2020 The Golden Age of the American Essay: 1945-1970 Edited by Phillip Lopate 544 …

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The Ways We Remain: A Review of Ned Stuckey-French’s Collected Essays

The Ways We Remain A Review of the late Ned Stuckey-French’s essays By Bob Cowser, Jr. One By One, The Stars: Essays Ned Stuckey-French 217 pp. University of Georgia Press, $24.95 Released May 2022 The last book review I wrote was one my late friend Ned Stuckey-French assigned to me, in his capacity as reviews …

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Who Do We Talk To? Memoir’s Multivisionary Perspective

Who Do We Talk To? Memoir’s Multivisionary Perspective By Nicole Walker The Terrible Unlikelihood of Our Being HereSusanne Paola Antonetta260 pp. Mad Creek Books, $22.95Released February 2021 Where We SwimIngrid Horrocks224 pp. Victoria University Press, $35.00Released March 2021 Unnatural SelectionAndrea Ross296 pp. CavanKerry Press, $21.00Released May 2021     The memoirs are flying from bookstores …

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