by Safiya Sinclair
Longlisted for the 2017 PEN/Open Book Award
by B. J. Hollars
Praise from Kirkus:
“An insightful memoir on one man’s quest to know living birds by examining those birds that have ceased to exist.”
Transmedial Narratology and Contemporary Media Culture
by Jan-Noël Thon
Review in Diegesis:
“. . . a yardstick for similar studies in the years to come.”
102 Days of War
by Yaniv Barzilai
Praise from Parameters:
“102 Days of War is both elegant and detailed in examining these and many other aspects of a crucial historical period. It raises large issues that will concern us again and again in future crises.”
by O. Alan Weltzein
Review on H-Net:
“Outdoorspeople will likely find much in Exceptional Mountains that will help them rethink their outdoor experiences… While Weltzien’s focus is strictly on the Pacific Northwest, his argument about the carrying capacity of the land will carry readers far beyond the yellowing snow of Mt. Hood and Mt. Rainier.”
Should I Still Wish
by John W. Evans
Recommendation from Peace Corps Worldwide:
“A moving memoir of love’s recovery.”
by Jay Miller
Review in Great Plains Research:
“…an enjoyable and informative read, one that will stay with me.”
Author interview on The Lars Larson Show.
Bruce L. Smith
Author interview and event in Jackson Hole News and Guide.
In the News
Josephine Waggoner and Emily Levine
Book credited in an article on the Dakota Access Pipeline in the Bismarck Tribune.
Robert W. Wistrich
Featured in an opinion article in The Jewish Post.
Article on our 75th Anniversary featured in the Washington Times.