News and Reviews



Glen Miller Declassified

Dennis M. Spragg

Featured in the Guardian.



The Art of Football

Michael Oriard

Praise from Library Journal

“A gorgeous and thoughtful overview of the visual record of the early years of the game.”


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Present at the Creation

Upton Bell with Ron Borges

Praise from Library Journal:

“A highly enjoyable book that should be on every football fan’s reading list.”



Beautifully Grotesque Fish of the American West

Mark Spitzer

Recommendation from the Casper Star Tribune:

“Reading this book is a little like sipping on an old, rich whiskey — it’s smooth, interesting and exactly what you need after a long day on the water.”


Captivating Westerns

Susan Kollin

Review in Western American Literature:

“In short, Kollin shows us how to read the Western in a global, twenty-first-century context, and in so doing produces provocative results”



The Native South

Edited by Tim Garrison and Greg O’Brien

Review in Pasatiempo:

“This feisty collection attempts to correct the balance between a longstanding popular interest in the tangled racial and political histories of tribes of the South and academic studies of these Native American groups in relation to the South…”



Companion to James Welch’s “The Heartsong of Charging Elk”

Edited by Arnold Krupat

Review in American Indian Quarterly:

“…a cogent and fresh context for previously published key scholarly and nonscholarly perspectives on the novel, as well as significant new contributions.”



African Poetry Book Series

Series write-up in World Literature Today.



Connie Wanek


Town of Duluth dedicates a day and a hiking trail to the author.


Rabbi Shai Held


Author interviewed for Jewish Telegraph Agency.


John Cook


Author interview for NET Nebraska.


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