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Lefty O’Doul

Dennis Snelling

Review in

“…an artful job of toggling back and forth between O’Doul’s life story and focusing on the trip to Japan in 1949.”


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It’s My Country Too

Edited by Jerri Bell and Tracy Crow

Praise from Publishers Weekly:

“…Bell and Crow have done a service by amplifying the important voices in this collection.”


Independent Mexico

Will Folwer

Review from H-LatAm:

“Fowler crafts an exceptionally cogent narrative of Mexico’s tumultuous first fifty years and provides a pithy synthesis of recent advances in the historiography of Mexican independence, both of which will be useful to advanced undergraduates and graduate students unfamiliar with the topic.”


Crude Nation

Raúl Gallegos

Review from Americas Quarterly:

“Gallegos clearly knows Venezuela inside and out, and the way he draws parallels between the current crisis and similar episodes in the past is enlightening.”



George McGovern and the Democratic Insurgents

Hal Wert

Praise from Great Plains Research:

“Focusing primarily on two of the Midwest’s most illustrious politicians, Minnesota’s Eugene McCarthy and South Dakota’s George McGovern, the book is a peon to the honesty, dedication, and patriotism of these two senators . . . It is truly a delight to turn the pages and see what image crops up next.”


A Listening Wind

Edited by Marcia Haag

Praise from World Literature Today:

“Care has been taken to record these gems in a context that respects their individuality and enhances awareness within and without their respective tribal communities.”


Safiya Sinclair


Author reading and discussion on Literary Hub.

Ila Jane Borders with Jean Hastings Ardell


Interview with Rick Reiff of PBS show Inside OC.

Grant Hayter-Menzies


Author interviewed for Smithsonian article.

Jeremiah Unterman


Author interviewed for OnScript Podcast.

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