Listed in “The Best Fiction Books of 2017” by the Chicago Review of Books:
“[Glory Days is] a quiet Midwestern ghost story with prose as clear and cold as the Nebraska plains in winter.”
Listed in the “Top 10 Great Reads for Chanukah 2017” from Jewish Link:
“When Basketball Was Jewish reveals, as no previous book has, the evolving role of Jews in basketball and illuminates their contributions to American Jewish history as well as basketball history.”
O. Alan Weltzien
Review in Western American Literature:
“As a call to action Weltzien’s book is motivating and recommended reading for wilderness resource managers and users, especially climbers.”
Praise from a review in H-War:
“A notable achievement and an important book.”
David J. Costa
Review in the Journal of American Indian Higher Education:
“This book offers a significant contribution to tribal pedagogy.”
Andrei A. Kovalev
Review in the New York Journal of Books:
“Whether one is pro- or anti-Russia, or supports or disdains Putin, this book will be a fascinating read.”
Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas
Listed in the “15 Best Nonfiction Books Coming Out In December 2017” from Bustle:
“If you like stories about women overcoming obstacles—and why wouldn’t you?—you’ll appreciate Diversifying Diplomacy. […] the book details how she fought the status quo to embark on a successful and lengthy career in the Foreign Service.”
Authors mentioned in Oye! Times.
Author interview on Julija Šukys’s blog.
Author article in The Island Connection.
Author article in Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies.