on Ecology of a Cracker Childhood by Janisse Ray

on The Girls’ Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank

on The Wedding Jester by Steve Stern

on The Material Ghost: Films and Their Medium by Gilberto Perez

on The Playwright’s Voice: American Dramatists on Memory, Writing and the Politics of Culture by David Savran

Myles Weber’s literary criticism appears frequently in The Georgia Review and many other journals, including New England Review, Kenyon Review, Sewanee Review, Salmagundi, and Michigan Quarterly Review. Associate professor of English at Winona State University in Minnesota, Weber is the author of Consuming Silences: How We Read Authors Who Don’t Publish (University of Georgia Press, 2005) and Middlebrow Annoyances: American Drama in the 21st Century (Gival Press, 2003).

on Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America by Alison J. Clarke

It’s Only Rock-and-Roll (on Selfwolf by Mark Halliday and Road Atlas: Prose and Other Poems by Campbell McGrath)

Position, Connection, Conviction (on Reluctantly: Autobiographical Essays by Hayden Carruth; What the Twilight Says: Essays by Derek Walcott; Twenty Questions by J. D. McClatchy; Stealing Glimpses: Of Poetry, Poets, and Things in Between by Molly McQuade; and After-Images: Autobiographical Sketches by W. D. Snodgrass)

Jeff Gundy’s eighth book of poems, Without a Plea, was published in early 2019 by Bottom Dog Press. Recent poems and essays are in Cincinnati Review, River Teeth, Forklift, Ohio, Terrain, and Christian Century. He is at work on a series of lyric essays about the Illinois prairie with the working title “Wind Farm.”

 

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