A Fur Trader on the Upper Missouri: The Journal and Description of Jean-Baptiste Truteau, 1794–1796
Edited by Raymond J. DeMallie, Douglas R. Parks, and Robert Vézina
Praise from Anthropological Lingustics:
“This magnificent edition is the fruit of many years’ labor, and it shows in every possible way… I foresee no need for a future visit to this terrain, which this volume covers so completely and so well.”
Review in Harvard Review:
“The stories that emerge from these absences are starkly beautiful.”
Left to the Mercy of a Rude Stream: The Bargain That Broke Adolf Hitler and Saved My Mother
Feature in The Times of Israel:
“Part history and part memoir, Goldman’s book mines the terror of his mother’s captivity, her unlikely survival and the long-term effects of her experience on both of their lives.”
Nancy Kalikow Maxwell
Mention in Detroit Jewish News:
“… an original, down-to-earth, earnest look at pressing questions about identity and culture faced by the Jewish community, looking at the way Jews live their lives.”
Apple, Tree: Writers on Their Parents, edited by Lise Funderburg
Midwestern Strange: Hunting Monsters, Martians, and the Weird in Flyover Country by B. J. Hollars
Hard Damage by Aria Aber
Featured in Publishers Weekly‘s Fall 2019 Announcements
Author interview on WNYC Snap Judgement.
Author referenced in Wall Street Journal article.
Author interview with Westword.
Author interview on Midlife Mixtape.
Alison Rose Jefferson
Author essay for History News Network.