Sudye Cauthen, author of SOUTHERN COMFORTS, in the Gainesville Sun.
Margot Singer, author of THE PALE OF SETTLEMENT, on Next Book.
Dave Kaufman, author of PEACHTREE CREEK, on the Georgia Podcast Network.
CIRCLING HOME in the Charleston Post and Courier.
THE PALE OF SETTLEMENT in the Miami Herald, Columbus Dispatch, and Venus.
DIEHARD REBELS in the Charleston Post and Courier.
AMERICAN WARS, AMERICAN PEACE in the Mobile Press-Register.
TELL BORGES IF YOU SEE HIM in the the Providence Journal.
PHARSALIA; GREENBACKERS, KNIGHTS OF LABOR, AND POPULISTS; EVERYBODY WAS BLACK DOWN THERE; THE NATION'S REGION; and NEW ORLEANS AFTER THE PROMISES, all in the December 2007 issue of the Journal of American History.
In the news:
DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES OF GEORGIA AND THE SOUTHEAST got a nod from Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Walter Reeves.
Columnist Bill Maxwell mentioned DEEP IN OUR HEARTS in his piece about how recent presidential campaigning has politicized the history of the civil rights movement. Maxwell also mentions the murder of civil rights worker Viola Liuzzo, whose case is the subject of FROM SELMA TO SORROW.
Three RINGING EAR poets recently read their work at Seattle's Elliott Bay Book Co. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer called the book a "fine volume of verse."
Stephanie M. H. Camp, coeditor of NEW STUDIES IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SLAVERY, is featured as a “top young historian” on the History News Network.
John Lane’s CIRCLING HOME and Sydney Landon Plum’s SOLITARY GOOSE are in the running for the 2008 Orion Book Award.
Three of our books were recognized for outstanding design in the 2008 Book, Jacket, and Journal Show organized by the Association of American University Presses: WRITING MATTERS, designed by Mindy Basinger Hill, won in the "Scholarly Typographic" category; DOUGH, designed by Erin Kirk New, won in the "Trade Typographic" category; and DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES OF GEORGIA AND THE SOUTHEAST, designed by Mindy Basinger Hill, won in the "Reference" category.
GEORGIA'S FRONTIER WOMEN, by Ben Marsh, has won the Georgia Historical Society's 2008 Malcolm Bell, Jr. and Muriel Barrow Bell Award for the best book in Georgia history published in 2007.
A GATHERING OF MATTER / A MATTER OF GATHERING by Dawn Lundy Martin has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award.
The Poetry Foundation picked DEPTH THEOLOGY for their end of the year "best of" list.
World View, the international program for educators at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, has named GROUNDED GLOBALISM by James L. Peacock as its Book of the Year.
We get blogged:
June Hall McCash, author of JEKYLL ISLAND'S EARLY YEARS has a new blog.
The blog of Galway, Ireland's public libraries recently featured ANOTHER BEAUTY.
MOTORING got a nice mention in Lincoln Highway News.