The Cruft of Fiction
Praise from Heradas Review:
“It’s all very well illustrated and argued, and the sections covering the handful of novels discussed that I haven’t read, were often more interesting to me than the ones covering the novels that I have. I’ve always thought that good non-fiction books should introduce the reader to several more books to read, and this one is no exception.”
Dorothy Brooke and the Fight to Save Cairo’s Lost War Horses
Shout-out from Bookriot.
Praise from Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature:
” In recovering women’s elided texts and laying bare the systemic mechanisms of their erasure, Westerns does far more than add women and stir; it is a tremendous gift to scholarship, restoring women’s contributions to American literary history and laying a more accurate and inclusive foundation for future work.”
Crossing the River Kabul
Review from New York Journal of Books:
“Crossing the River Kabul is a solid offering, especially in terms of the rich historical and political details it provides.”
Beautifully Grotesque Fish of the American West
Mention in Omaha World-Herald.
Hero of the Crossing
Thomas W. Lippman
Review from Middle East Policy Council:
“…a well-informed book about one of [the Arab World’s] more colorful leaders”
Justice for All
Review from Jewish News Service:
“Unterman’s book will enable us to open the Bible and will help us understand what it tells us in our time, as well as in the days when it came into being.”
Author interview on the Dave Congalton Show (KEVC).
Author interview on the Bruce Lee Podcast.
Author interview on Fox Sports 1340 AM.
Author interview in Indian Country Today.
Author interview in Mosaic Magazine.