on From Sundown To Sunup: The Making Of The Black Community (volume I Of The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography) by George P. Rawick; The Slave Community: Plantation Life In The Antebellum South by John W. Blassingame

on Blake’s Sublime Allegory: Essays on The Four Zoas, Milton, Jerusalem by Stuart Curran, Joseph A. Wittreich

Coleridge Near Porlock

Once Upon a Time

Vandall’s Song & Federal Pen

Morning Shore; Baker Man; & The Birds

Apology to a Poll-Taker; April Again; & Housewifery

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.

An Ordinary Evening in Bowling Green; Growing Wild; Certain Dreams; & Getting Together

The Front Porch