According to Donna Seaman for the Kansas City Star, Hugh Sheehy's THE INVISIBLES is "the beginning of what promises to be a brilliant writing career."
"[D]oes the faith of the president really matter?" The Washington Independent Review of Books reviews THE FAITHS OF THE POSTWAR PRESIDENTS by David L. Holmes.
COMPANION TO AN UNTOLD STORY author Marcia Aldrich reads selections from her new book in her recently released book trailer. Check it out below!
In a recent issue of Early American Literature, Gordon Sayre says of Thomas Hallock and Nancy Hoffmann's book WILLIAM BARTRAM, THE SEARCH FOR NATURE'S DESIGN, "Colleagues, cease for a moment your anxious complaints about the crisis in scholarly publishing, and bu and enjoy this book!"
The American Book Review raves about Melinda Moustakis' debut collection, BEAR DOWN, BEAR NORTH: "Superbly crafted and trimmed to the nub. . . . Hope and truth shine through in this work, and it isn't the bleak, hard-white truth (the kind you'd expect to find in the hard white snow of Alaska) of the most minimal of minimalisms. It's a soft and human truth that overcomes the wild and the hard edge of the form she's chosen."