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  1. The Adventures of Cancer Bitch

    ... who has ever had cancer or anyone who has ever worried about getting it; in short, everyone. ”— Rachel Shukert, author, Have You ... most of the food had nipples. . . . I talked to everyone—about what I'm not sure. Probably about my surgery. Everyone told me how well I ...

    kraken - March 2018

  2. India’s Organic Farming Revolution

    ... better for us? Is it really better for the environment? What about organic produce grown thousands of miles from our kitchens, or on massive ... worried environmental activists, and everyone was anxious about declining yields of key export crops like black pepper and coffee. In ...

    athmas - March 2018

  3. Railroad Postcards in the Age of Steam

    ... peaked in terms of track-miles and importance to daily life about the same time, it's not surprising that many postcards featured rail ... the nature of the postcard craze, which reached its zenith about 1910, and discusses why images of American railroads played such an ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. Genre Fission

    ... Marleen Barr develops a critical discourse for talking about, precisely, gender, race, and class. And she does it in such a lively, ... enlightening. Barr expands postmodern assumptions about cultural studies by suggesting that "genre fission" is occurring among ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. Outside Is the Ocean

    ... writes with humor and, most of all, deep compassion about loneliness and the disappointments of family.  Outside Is the Ocean ...

    hasek - April 2018

  6. Purple Passages

    ... is on contemporary poetry by men, but it is equally a book about the impact of nascent feminism on a generation of poets who forged ... meticulously outlines key moments of choice and debate about masculinity among writers as disparate as Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, Louis ...

    athmas - March 2018

  7. Douglass in His Own Time

    ... wide-ranging, including contemporary correspondence by and about Douglass, reminiscences, poetry, tributes, and critiques well into the ... sketches, memoirs, letters, editorials, and other articles about him, readers will encounter the complexity of a life lived on a very ...

    athmas - March 2018

  8. That Red Wheelbarrow

    ... to "pour himself into books and come up with some thoughts about them." In this splendid volume of essays and reviews, Coles takes this ... Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, and the Brownings. He writes about twentieth-century European and American novelists George Orwell, Jerzy ...

    kraken - March 2018

  9. The Fluency of Light

    ... Rights period when grown-ups were still idealistic about integration and affirmative action, but carried suspicion around the ... thinking on the current cultural moment—a nation about to turn more brown than white, more mixed than ‘pure.’”—Dinty W. ...

    athmas - March 2018

  10. Racial Things, Racial Forms

    ... social relationships. He is equally gifted in talking about poetry and the visual arts, making this the best work yet on Mei-Mei ... without contesting more fundamental assumptions about the construction of racial form. In the poets’ various treatments of ...

    athmas - March 2018