News & Reviews


Mónica Gomery’s Might Kindred was a category finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award


We Who Walk the Seven Ways

Review in Foreword Reviews:

“Covering topics as diverse as race, religion, and the craft of writing, We Who Walk the Seven Ways is a moving memoir about friendship and identity.”

Stolen Dreams

Review in the Journal of Southern History:

Stolen Dreams works as a history told at the intersection of sports, civil rights, and southern memory, reminding readers of how often those fields are closely woven together.”

Review in NINE:

“Lamb’s engaging and thought-provoking book provides readers with a unique story about integration, segregation, and America’s pastime and cannot be recommended highly enough.”

Stumbling Around the Bases

Review in NINE:

“McCue demonstrates that he is not only a skilled researcher but also a skilled storyteller with a prosecutorial knack for building a case.”

Cinematic Comanches

Review in Great Plains Quarterly:

Cinematic Comanches presents an important conjunction of Native American studies and film and media studies. Additionally, it illuminates both past and present Comanche participation in the representation of Comanche people across representative media…”

Cattle Country

Review in Western American Literature:

“Dolan’s book provides an insightful topography of the early stages of that program and should become a foundational resource for future scholarship on the subject…”

Author Interviews

Terra Trevor

Interview in Poets & Writers

Dale Tafoya

Interview in Good Seats Still Available

Terese Svoboda

Interview with Jennifer Egan via The Millions

Erik Sherman

Interview on As Told To Podcast

Julie Carr

Interview in Current

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