Hilda Raz is a former editor of Prairie Schooner and was named the first Luschei Professor and Editor in the Department of English at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. She is the poetry editor for the University of New Mexico Press, ABQ (in)Print, and … Continue reading Hilda Raz: New Voices Interview
Tim Wendel is the acclaimed author of fourteen books, including Escape from Castro’s Cuba (Nebraska, 2021), Castro’s Curveball (Bison Books, 2006) and Summer of ’68: The Season That Changed Baseball—and America—Forever. He is a founding editor of USA Today Baseball Weekly and a writer in … Continue reading From the Desk of Tim Wendel: Under the Spell of Havana
Jack Devine is the president of The Arkin Group, an international risk consulting and intelligence firm. He formerly served as acting director and associate director of operations at the CIA and was in charge of the CIA’s largest and most … Continue reading From the Desk of Jack Devine: Fighting the Russians & Writing SPYMASTER’S PRISM
Allison Machlis Meyer is an associate professor of English at Seattle University. She is the author of Telltale Women: Chronicling Gender in Early Modern Historiography (Nebraska, 2021). This book has, like some scholarly books, a long genesis—it took me a decade … Continue reading From the Desk of Allison Machlis Meyer: Behind the Book
Mark Spitzer is an associate professor of writing at the University of Central Arkansas. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including Season of the Gar: Adventures in Pursuit of America’s Most Misunderstood Fish, Beautifully Grotesque Fish of … Continue reading Where in the Monster-Fish World is Mark Spitzer?
Patrick Madden is the author of three UNP books, most recently the essay collection Disparates (Nebraska, 2020). Every March, Ander Monson and Megan Campbell organize several dozen writers to gather inspiration from 64 songs strategically chosen to represent a phase … Continue reading Vote for Patrick Madden for March Plaidness
Leah S. Glaser is a Professor of American History and the American West at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, Connecticut, where she serves as Coordinator of the Public History Program. She is the author of Electrifying the Rural … Continue reading From the Desk of Leah Glaser: Hey Texas, Read My Electricity Book
David Newhoff is an author and copyright advocate. He writes the blog The Illusion of More, and his book Who Invented Oscar Wilde: The Photograph at the Center of Modern American Copyright was published by Potomac Books in November 2020. Is … Continue reading From the Desk of David Newhoff: Is Copyright Good for Black Artists?
Susan Devan Harness (Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes) is a writer, lecturer, and oral historian, and has been a research associate for the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research at Colorado State University. She is the author of Bitterroot: a Salish Memoir of Transracial … Continue reading From the Desk of Susan Harness: Shifting the Gaze
Dr. Harry Franqui-Rivera is an Associate Professor of History at Bloomfield College, New Jersey. He is also a public intellectual, political analyst, cultural critic, blogger and NBC, Latino Rebels, and Huff Post contributor. His book Soldiers of the Nation is … Continue reading From the Desk of Harry Franqui-Rivera: My Lisa Simpson Moment