on Murder and Witchcraft in England, 1550-1640, as Recounted in Pamphlets, Ballads, Broadsides, and Plays by Joseph H. Marshburn; Witchcraft in the Middle Ages by Jeffrey Burton Russell; Witchcraft in Europe, 1100-1700: A Documentary History by Alan C. Kors, Edward Peters; & The Occult Sciences in the Renaissance: A Study in Intellectual Patterns by Wayne Shumaker

on Dr. Bowdler’s Legacy by Noel Perrin

on The Literary Notebooks of Winfield Townley Scott, “a dirty hand” by Merle Armitage; & Poet in America: Winfield Townley Scott by Scott Donaldson

on The Roots of Southern Writing: Essays on the Literature of the American South by C. Hugh Holman; The Writer in the South: Studies in a Literary Community by Louis D. Rubin, Jr.; & Death by Melancholy: Essays on Modern Southern Fiction by Walter Sullivan

on From the Land and Back by Curtis K. Stadtfeld

on In Pursuit of Relevance by Herbert J. Muller

on The White Stallion by Guy Owen; A Question of Survival by Richard Moore; The World Between the Eyes by Fred Chappell; The Night Unstones by George Ellenbogen; Midnight Was My Cry: New and Selected Poems by Carolyn Kizer; & Christmas in Las Vegas by Robert Watson

Kathryn Stripling Byer received the 2013 North Carolina Book Award and the 2013 Southern Independent Booksellers Award for Poetry for her most recent collection, Descent (Louisiana State University Press, 2012). A native of south Georgia, she recently completed five years as North Carolina’s first woman poet laureate. Frequently anthologized, her poetry, essays, and fiction have appeared in publications ranging from the Atlantic to Appalachian Heritage.

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