The Prometheus Bomb
by Neil J. Sullivan
Review from Publishers Weekly:
“This excellent addition to the literature . . . shows that the decisions of these powerful men triumphed in the short run but produced dismal long-term consequences that remain with us.”
Carlisle Indian Industrial School
Edited by Jacqueline Fear-Segal and Susan D. Rose
Featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
“The book’s structure seems free-form: essays, poems, photos, speeches, and excerpts from plays. But the effect is cumulative and powerful.”
Fight for Old DC
by Andrew O’Toole
Review from The Guy Who Reviews Sports Books:
“The words and pages flow quickly as the reader is placed inside the mind and thoughts of one of the most interesting and controversial owners of professional football.”
Irwin Klein and the New Settlers
Edited by Benjamin Klein
Featured in Good Times:
“Klein’s stark images are gorgeously mounted in this University of Nebraska Press volume and accompanied by essays from his nephew, historian and UCSC alumnus Benjamin Klein, who helped guarantee that the important visual legacy his uncle never lived to see exhibited will ensure his place in American documentary art.”
by Dustin M. Hoffman
Praise from The Masters Review:
“With One-Hundred-Knuckled Fist Hoffman has fashioned a collection that does not stand on the strength of its individual stories so much as the cohesive world it creates and the lives it inhabits with such heartfelt honesty and understanding.”
Thinking About the Torah
by Kenneth Seeskin
Excerpt in Mosaic Magazine.
Author featured in The Times of Israel.
Author article in VICE Fightland.
Lawrence J. Haas
Author article in U.S. News and World Report.