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Diana Glyer’s Bandersnatch named “top pick” for Christian educators

Jan 20th, 2022 | Filed as: News

The Association of Christian Schools International names Diana Glyer’s Bandersnatch: C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration of the Inklings a top pick for Christian educators, calling it “a powerful study of the way that true friendship refines, molds, and shapes us into something better than we once were.”
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Don’t miss this review of Thomas Crowl’s fascinating Queen of the Con

Jan 12th, 2022 | Filed as: News, Uncategorized

“A hundred and fifty years later, Cassie Chadwick still stands among the most notorious con artists in history.”
Find out more about Thomas Crowl’s fascinating new book “The Queen of the Con” in this Book Talk review of the notorious Carnegie imposter.
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“New book about Malabar Farm highlights Bromfield’s conservation efforts”

Jan 7th, 2022 | Filed as: News

Anneliese Abbott discusses her new book “Malabar Farm: Louis Bromfield, Friends of the Land, and the Rise of Sustainable Agriculture.”

“Her research on the history of Malabar Farm began while she was studying plant and soil science at The Ohio State University. She liked Bromfield’s work and decided to make it the focus of her thesis.”

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KSUP author Kathleen O’Shea places 3rd in Readers Choice Awards

Dec 15th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Congratulations to KSUP author Kathleen O’Shea. Her book So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine Through Literature placed 3rd in the Health category for the 2021 TCK Publishing Readers Choice Awards. Way to go Kathy!
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So Much More Than a Headache is Finalist in the Health: General category of the 2021 Best Book Awards

Nov 22nd, 2021 | Filed as: News

Congratulations to KSU Press author Kathleeen O’Shea for making Finalist in the Health: General category of the 2021 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest. Her book So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature is well worth the read.
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The Cost of Freedom author Susan Erenrich on the connections between Woodstock and the Kent State Shootings

Nov 10th, 2021 | Filed as: News

In “From Woodstock to Kent State” Press author Susan (Susie) J. Erenrich collects short stories from Woodstock attendees to speak on the connection between the iconic festival and the infamous events of May 4, 1970.
“All of the Woodstock singer-songwriters, attendees, and photographers presented in this guest column spent the fifty years since 1969 dedicating their […]

 


“From the Outside In,” How Blood Works author Ellene Glenn Moore speaks with The Rumpus

Nov 9th, 2021 | Filed as: News

The Rumpus provides this in-depth interview with poet and author Ellene Glenn Moore speaking on her recent book How Blood Works, and much more.
“I first met Ellene Glenn Moore in 2013 when she was admitted to the MFA program at Florida International University where I teach. Through our years together I came to recognize Moore […]

 


The Pittsburgh Quarterly reviews The Turnpike Rivalry

Nov 1st, 2021 | Filed as: News

The Pittsburgh Quarterly reviews The Turnpike Rivalry: The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.
The Turnpike Rivalry is at its best when it unearths pithy quotes from both sides and lends insights into the teams’ historical trajectories and pivotal moments. Readers will gain important considerations of The Chief’s misguided but big-hearted willingness to hire friends as […]

 


So Much More Than a Headache reviewed by The Polyphany

Oct 13th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Jon Venn reviews Kathleen O’Shea’s So Much More Than a Headache: Understanding Migraine through Literature for The Polyphony.
“This compilation, nevertheless, represents an essential intervention and contribution into a phenomenon. The choices (both of selection and of their organization) give a profound sense of the complexity and depth of the ‘migraine’ as a phenomenon, one that is […]

 


Bushwhackers named as one of “The Five Best Books on Civil War Guerrillas”

Sep 28th, 2021 | Filed as: News

Joseph Beilein’s Bushwhackers: Guerrilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri is named one of “The Five Best Books on Civil War Guerrillas” by The Civil War Monitor.
“Through his extensive social and genealogical research into the kinship networks of Confederate bushwhackers, Beilein illustrates how the female relatives of men in the bush (wives, […]

 


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