Review in Shelf Awareness:
“No familiarity with Omaha is needed to enjoy this charming book—it’s for any reader who delights in old houses, faded newspaper clippings, family stories, memories of old restaurants with famous bean soups or names like ‘U Eat a Hamburger,’ and architectural details from a bygone time.”
Review by the Jewish Book Council:
“Cain v. Abel is a rich, compelling drama and Rabbi Ornstein’s desire to foster a deeper experience of this biblical story by actively engaging his readers is more than met.”
Praise in Reason:
“Bouton: The Life of a Baseball Original is one of the best baseball biographies in recent memory. Nathanson is a fantastic storyteller, capable of juxtaposing Bouton’s recollections with those of his contemporaries and situating these stories within their historical context.”
Review by Africa in Words:
“The pain, supplication and anger are what make the collection a very personal and emotional read and a strong tool for activism.”
Susie S. Porter
Praise from Anthropology of Work Review:
“Her lucid analysis and fascinating conclusions about women and government work are based on extensive research in manuscript collections as well as published primary and secondary sources.”
David J. Dunford, Keith W. Mines, Joyce E. Leader
All listed in The Foreign Service Journal
Interview on the Tradition podcast.
Featured as a Whiting Award winner in Poetry by The Austin Chronicle.
Excerpt featured in The Algemeiner.
Meredith L. Roman
Interview on the SRB Podcast.