Jay Williams is the senior managing editor (ret.) of Critical Inquiry. He is the author of Author Under Sail: The Imagination of Jack London, 1893–1902 (Nebraska, 2014), editor of Signature Derrida and The Oxford Handbook of Jack London, and general editor of the forthcoming thirty-volume complete works … Continue reading From the Desk of Jay Williams: Writing about Jack London
Summer is almost in full swing and these books are now all available in paperback editions. “This is an engaging, well-researched, often-original study of violent female speech in early modern English culture.”—Deborah Willis, Renaissance Quarterly “In his ground breaking … Continue reading Now available in paperback!
November Reading List UNP staff members are always reading new books, both within our list and outside of what we publish. Here are some of the books where our noses have been buried. The Absolutely True Diary of a … Continue reading What We’re Reading
Books Crude Nation by Raúl Gallegos Review from Publishers Weekly: “Sharply written and vividly detailed, the book documents how Venezuela’s oil reserves—the world’s largest—subsidize an unsustainable life for its citizens.” Cannibal by Safiya Sinclair Top Ten in Publishers … Continue reading News and Reviews
Jay Williams is the senior managing editor of Critical Inquiry, as well as the editor of Signature Derrida and editor/publisher of seven numbers of the Jack London Journal. His most recent book Author Under Sail: The Imagination of Jack London, 1893-1902 is now available. … Continue reading From the desk of Jay Williams