Long overdue, this book’s astute and finely written essays examine the European philosophical and artistic antecedents of Porter’s novel and connect it to her experience as an American woman modernist.”—Alfred Corn, author of Miranda’s Book

 

"Ambitious and exigent, these poems are refreshingly alert to all of the formal necessities of contemporary poetry."— Averill Curdy, author of Song and Error and judge

 

"For those fascinated by the Old West, this book is the true story." —Rick Miller, author of award-winning Texas Ranger John B. Jones and the Frontier Battalion, 1874-1881

 

"[H]is narrative is a stunning portrayal of the gradual collapse of South Vietnam . . . replete with tales of heroism, treachery, and political intrigue and corruption. . . . [T]his is a must-read book."—Proceedings

 

“In Return of the Gar Mark Spitzer is fighting the good fight, teaching us about a fish that’s in trouble and explaining to us why we should care—one quirky story at a time.”—Zeb Hogan, host of National Geographic’s Monster Fish series

 

"Castañeda's work is important theoretical work on gender/race/sexuality especially in the Spanish colonial era in California." —Cynthia Orozco, author of No Mexicans, Women, or Dogs Allowed

 

Cochran’s articles collected herein argue persuasively that economists have a moral obligation to provide policy recommendations that are consistent with a social agenda of fairness and opportunity.

 

 

Joyce Gibson Roach has collected “snippets” of stories, recipes, and traditions of life in Turtle, Texas, which represents many small towns—and the people who inhabit them.

 

April Monthly Feature: UNT Press publishes two books this month.