Review by Pop Matters:
“Meaningful discovery and understanding are Funderburg’s intent. Apple, Tree does not attempt to reiterate the Freudian blame posed on the mother or to blindly criticize the family unit. The contributors identify nuance; frequently framing themselves and their parents through multiple lenses. Apple, Tree provides a thoughtful meditation on individuals’ connections to heritage and legacy.”
Review in Kirkus:
“Madden writes a lot about writing and thinking, challenging readers to discover just what any of these pieces is really about… Throughout, the writing is playful and marked by humility, with Madden often inviting readers—and other writers—into the narrative. A capable collection of writing that continually reviews itself.”
Sue William Silverman
Featured in Hippocampus Magazine:
“While at times her narrator spins out into ‘magical thinking,’ her descriptions of death will have readers pondering the realistic and myriad ways she (and by proxy, we) barely skirt death, or perhaps die a little, each day… Because of the distinctive subject matter and Silverman’s vast writing talents, How to Survive Death and Other Inconveniences will appeal to new and experienced readers alike.”
Book Review in Military Review:
“The strength of Containment in the Middle East lies with Eilam’s ability to present multiple diverse issues and conflicting agendas facing the Middle East. He presents the complexity of each while offering potential solutions… Containment in the Middle East may be the most comprehensive study of the Middle East and attempts by the United States, Israel, and Arab Gulf nations to contain Iran. It is a must read for policy makers and those with an interest in the Middle East.”
“The Jews Should Keep Quiet is a chronicle of tragedy… To his credit, Medoff avoids accusations and condemnations. His tone is measured; his prose is crisp. He simply lays out the facts, many of them previously unknown or misunderstood, about a disturbing but important chapter in American history. The Jews Should Keep Quiet takes a place in the top tier of studies of American responses to the Holocaust.”
Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino
Review in Western American Literature:
“This volume provides a refreshingly sophisticated approach for integrating the interdisciplinary field of affect theory with ecocritical analysis… Part one of Affective Ecocriticism and its introduction alone are worth the price of admission. This is one of only a few new books I have felt compelled to add to my library.”
David C. Posthumus
Review in the Journal of Anthropological Research:
“The strength of the book is its detailed, extremely well-researched account of Lakota religion… All My Relatives is an important contribution to the anthropological and ethnohistorical research on Lakota religion. It sets several standards for the field, showcasing the richness of sources, the complexity of theological Lakota argumentation, and how these sources can be analyzed in a meaningful way.”
Featured on Sports Collectors Daily.
Interview with Fictions Writers Review.
Featured in the Yale Review.
Interview with the New Books Network.
Interview on The Way of Improvement Leads Home.
John Sibley Williams
Interview with the Split Rock Review.
Rabbi Steven Bob
Featured on From the Desk.
Interview on New Books Network.
Author article for American Diplomacy.
Scott D. Seligman
Author article in Forward.