News and Reviews


Standing Up To Colonial Power: The Livers of Henry Roe and Elizabeth Bender Cloud

Renya K. Ramirez

Review in Publishers Weekly:

“Ramirez (Gender, Belonging, and Native American Women) employs her professional skills as an anthropologist to tell the story of her grandparents, Native American activists whose work helped pave the way for the 1960s Red Power movement, with the aim of decolonizing the family legacy.”



Justice in Plain Sight: How a Small-Town Newspaper and Its Unlikely Lawyer Opened America’s Courtrooms

Dan Bernstein

Review in Kirkus:

“A narrowly focused book that reads smoothly, chronicling a newspaper’s dedication to doing ‘its job: tell readers about shocking crimes in their own backyard.'”



Modern Conservative Judaism: Evolving Thought and Practice

Elliot N. Dorff

Review from Jewish Book Council:

“…serves as a valuable tool for sharing the relevancy and authenticity of Conservative Jewry with the next generation.”



Bourbon Justice: How Whiskey Law Shaped America

Brian F. Haara

Review in Modern Thirst:

“It’s exactly what I hoped it would be. It’s a fast-paced romp through centuries of torts and lawsuits involving presidents, distillers, rectifiers, legal interlopers, and more. It like his blog on steroids. And that’s a great thing.”



The Woods Are On Fire: New and Selected Poems

Fleda Brown

Review in Split Rock:

“The complexities and complications of the poet who is among and yet stands back, and who understands the limits of life yet yearns and hungers for everything life has within it, are offered in The Woods Are On Fire, and the pleasures and challenges of great poetry can both be found in this necessary book by Fleda Brown.”



The Telephone Book: Technology, Schizophrenia, Electric Speech

Avitall Ronell

Mention in Los Angeles Review of Books




Kim Adrian


Interview in Tin House


Victoria Lamont


Interview on New Books Network


Jack Gilden


Interview on Good Seats Still Available



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