Forthcoming Spring Books on NetGalley

UNP is closed today, January 20, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. If it’s cold where you are like it is in Lincoln, Nebraska—download a few digital galleys of select forthcoming spring books to keep warm. 

Visit our NetGalley publisher page to download your galley today! The following books will be published in March 2020. 

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Borderline Citizen
By Robin Hemley

What does it mean to be a citizen of the world in the twenty-first century? Robin Hemley wrestles with this question as he takes the reader on a singular journey through the hinterlands of national identity.

How to Survive Death and Other Inconveniences
By Sue Silverman

In these thematically linked pieces, Sue William Silverman explores the fear of death, and her desire to survive it, through gallows humor, realism, and speculation. Although defeating death is physically impossible, language, commemoration, and metaphor can offer slivers of transcendent immortality.

Sacrament of Bodies
By Romeo Oriogun

In this poetry collection, Romeo Oriogun examines queerness in Nigerian society, masculinity, and the place of memory in grief and survival.

Follow the Angels, Follow the Doves
By Sidney Thompson

Sidney Thompson tells the story of the early career of Bass Reeves, one of the greatest lawmen in American history, and his life as a slave before he became a deputy U.S. marshal. This is book one of the Bass Reeves Trilogy.

The Great Oklahoma Swindle
By Russell Cobb

This is a rousing and incisive examination of the regional culture and history of “Flyover Country” that demystifies the political conditions of the American Heartland.

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