on Banned in Ireland: Censorship and the Irish Writer by Julia Carlson

Wolfwatching by Ted Hughes

on The High Spirits: Stories of Men and Women by David Huddle

on Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius by Ray Monk

on The Content of Our Character: A New Vision of Race in America by Shelby Steele

on Omeros by Derek Walcott

on Real Presences by George Steiner

on A Howard Nemerov Reader by Howard Nemerov

Mary Hood, 2014 inductee to the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, is the author of the novel Familiar Heat (1995) and the short-story collections And Venus Is Blue (1986) and How Far She Went (1984). A new collection of stories, A Clear View of the Southern Sky, is forthcoming from the University of South Carolina Press in 2015.

Every Poet in His Humor (on Narcissus Dreaming by Dabney Stuart; The Past, The Future, The Present: Poems Selected and New by Reed Whittemore; Distance from Loved Ones by James Tate; Popular Culture by Albert Goldbarth; Why We Live with Animals by Alvin Greenberg; Collected Poems: 1939-1989 by William Jay Smith; & The Death of Cock Robin by W. D. Snodgrass)