Calvin Johnson, author of EXIT TO FREEDOM. Johnson appeared on NPR shortly after the Dallas, Texas, district attorney's office announced that it would work with the Innocence Project to review hundreds of cases from the past thirty years. Johnson's interview focuses on falsely-accused prisoners adjusting to life after their exoneration and release from prison.
Sue William Silverman author of BECAUSE I REMEMBER TERROR, FATHER, I REMEMBER YOU, on the Psych Journey Audio Book Club. Silverman is also interviewed on Psych Journey about her book Love Sick. Read more about Sue William Silverman at her web site.
STEAL THIS MUSIC and CULTURAL THEORY AND POPULAR CULTURE: AN INTRODUCTION, 4th ed. have won 2006 Ray and Pat Browne Awards, given by the Popular Culture Association. STEAL THIS MUSIC has won in the "Focused Study" category and CULTURAL THEORY AND POPULAR CULTURE has won in the "Popular Culture Introductory Textbook/Primer" category.
INTEGRATING THE 40 ACRES has won the 2006 Coral Horton Tullis Memorial Prize, given by the Texas State Historical Association.
JOURNEY TOWARD JUSTICE in The Feminist Review
A DROWNING MAN IS NEVER TALL ENOUGH, one of the four books in Patrick Lawler's multivolume Quintesence project, in the litblog The Brother Swimming Beneath Me
GEORGIA QUILTS on Savannah Now
ART OF THE CHEROKEE in the newsletter of the Cherokee National Historical Society ("Offers a wealth of information . . . I highly recommend picking up a copy if you have interest in Cherokee history, culture, or art.")
BEYOND ATLANTA in H-Law
DEPTH THEOLOGY in the litblog Isola di Rifiuti
JOHN BURROUGHS AND THE PLACE OF NATURE, CREATING THE CULTURE OF REFORM IN ANTEBELLUM AMERICA, WRITING REVOLUTION, MULATTAS AND MESTIZAS, and CONVERGING STORIES in American Literature
We get blogged:
Mention of YOU ALL SPOKEN HERE in an article by word maven Barry Popik on the origin and meaning of the phrase " . . . as a peach orchard boar"
Quote from AS EVE SAID TO THE SERPENT in an essay about sense of place in Working Artist
Recommendation of THE FLEXIBLE LYRIC in the litblog Sonnets at 4 a.m.