The Forgotten Botanist in Publishers Weekly:
“Brown is so successful in facilitating engagement with a forgotten figure that many will be deeply saddened by Lemmon’s last years; the energetic woman, for whom idleness was akin to death, suffered from dementia and spent the years before her death in a hospital for the mentally ill. The result is a memorable account of an accomplished life.”
Dear Diaspora starred review in Publishers Weekly:
“Nguyen’s poetry reveals a remarkable embrace of complexity while accounting for the difficulties of complicity, witness, and forgiveness. “
Go West, Young Man review in the Daily Journal:
“Go West is a sweet read, part memoir, part history, part awakening — both for Henry and for his dad.”
Tony Lazzeri review from The Guy Who Reviews Sports Books:
“Even though he did not complete his career as a Yankee, playing briefly for the Cubs, Giants and the minor league Toronto Maple Leafs before ending his playing days, he is considered to be one of the all time Yankee greats. After reading this book, the reader will understand why.”
The Bear Doesn’t Know review in the Lincoln Journal Star:
“In summary, this book is ideal for those who wish a more realistic glimpse of this wonderous creature rather than those comical clips of bears falling onto trampolines or prowling into kitchens which television likes to feature at the end of newscasts.”
Anthony W. Wood interview on Montana Public Radio.
Sheldon Anderson interview on Sports Lit 101.
William Groner interview in the Examiner News.
Emmanuel Navon interview with New Books Network.
Jack Devine interview in Bloomberg.