Sebastian Matthews featured on What Matters Most podcast!

Date: January 4, 2021

This was a deeply engaging conversation with author and poet Sebastian Matthews. He survived a terrible head-on collision and wrote a wonderful book called Beyond Repair about his experience. We went into […]

TEA BY THE SEA featured in Fordham Magazine!

Date: January 4, 2021

In her long-awaited second novel, Donna Hemans, the author of River Woman (2002), weaves a compelling tale of longing—to belong, to find family and a sense of home, to be fulfilled, and […]

Read Donna Hemans’ essay on Ploughshares!

Date: January 4, 2021

The operator-assisted collect call comes on a July morning in 1987. It’s still early, before 9 a.m., and except for the telephone ringing, the house is quiet, my younger sister […]

UNSEEN CITY featured in GBH!

Date: January 4, 2021

Each month, Beyond The Page: A WGBH Book Club features a notable author, who takes part in a live Q&A with a WGBH personality to discuss the intricacies of that month’s novel. […]

SUBDUCTION author featured in The Rumpus!

Date: January 4, 2021

In these disunited states, containing within them many sovereign nations, we are in what Biodun Jeyifo called “arrested decolonization.” And yet, as Mukoma Wa Ngugi wrote, “The work of decolonization […]

RIFT ZONE by Tess Taylor, is a Boston Globe favorite!

Date: January 4, 2021

RIFT ZONE BY TESS TAYLOR Taylor released two books this year: a Dorothea Lange documentary project, and this collection of original poems that mine personal, California, American history, and changes […]

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Work” Interprets the World”

Date: May 9, 2009

Bradfield's poems guide us alertly into this treacherous territory pocked with political pitfalls and theoretical quagmires. One hardly notices the perils that abound because Bradfield is such a deft naturalist, […]

Interpretive Work reviewed by Nicky Beer in Diagram

Date: May 9, 2009

This fascination with naming necessarily leads to one of the book's recurring thematic questions: what do we really mean when we say nature and natural?…As the inaugural publication of Arktoi […]

Interpretive Work: reviewed in The Constant Critic by Jordan Davis

Date: May 9, 2009

Bradfield's poems are stocked full of unfamiliar words, statistically-improbable phrases, sonorous lines, shapely stanzas, endearing arguments and compelling personalities. Her recurring subjects wear much better than her recurring tropes. I […]

Confessions of an editor

Date: May 7, 2009

Review by Nina MacLaughlin in The Boston Phoenix, June 21, 2008 In Safe Suicide, an assemblage of revealing, interrelated essays, DeWitt Henry ” Emerson professor, writer, and founding editor and […]

A bountiful harvest of thoughts on life’s journey

Date: May 7, 2009

Review by Chuck Leddy in The Boston Globe, April 21, 2008 A bountiful harvest of thoughts on life's journeyBy Chuck Leddy April 21, 2008 Safe Suicide: Narratives,Essays, and MeditationsBy DeWitt […]

Safe Suicide: review by Rand Richards Cooper

Date: May 7, 2009

Safe Suicide reviewed by Rand Richards Cooper in AMHERST MAGAZINE, fall 2008In Safe Suicide, the Boston-based novelist, professor and editor DeWitt Henry has collected his autobiographical essays first published in […]

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