International Congress on Medieval Studies 2018

Last weekend we traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan, for the annual International Congress on Medieval Studies conference, hosted by Western Michigan University. We had a great time displaying some of our new and bestselling medieval studies books. Thanks to everyone who visited our booth! Here are some of the books we brought to Kalamazoo: Machaut's Legacy: … Continue reading International Congress on Medieval Studies 2018

Sacraments of Memory

“An excellent model of the research and critical analyses that ought to inform future scholarship in African American literature and culture.”—Jerry W. Ward Jr., coeditor of The Cambridge History of African American Literature   “Brilliant and insightful. Fills a gap in the study of African American literature and religion, which has traditionally assumed a Protestant theological … Continue reading Sacraments of Memory

At Fault

“Offers an array of insights, observations, and intuitions, and is bursting at the seams with one smart idea or curious fact after another.”—John Gordon, author of Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back “Witty and perceptive considerations of Joyce’s works via the prevailing metaphor of the centrifuge. Joyce’s works similarly reveal a wide range of backgrounds … Continue reading At Fault

Association of Writers and Writing Programs 2018

We traveled to Tampa, Florida last weekend to attend the 2018 Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Conference and Bookfair, where we featured Subtropics: the Literary Journal of the University of Florida and displayed some of our books. Since its inception in 2006, Subtropics has sought to publish exceptional poems, stories, novel excerpts, memoirs, criticism, and … Continue reading Association of Writers and Writing Programs 2018

Ulysses Unbound

“Easily the best companion to Ulysses for first-time readers and seasoned scholars alike. Killeen brings in multiple levels of expertise: he has a fantastic knowledge of Joyce, of Ulysses, of Dublin, and of Joyce criticism. He writes with clarity, expertise, and affection.”—Sam Slote, coeditor of Renascent Joyce   Ideal for readers new to Ulysses and written with a depth of knowledge … Continue reading Ulysses Unbound

Furiously Funny

"An important and timely expansion of American racial discourse. Tucker’s demonstration of how the comic is not (just) funny and how rage is not (just) destructive is a welcome reminder that willful injustice merits irreverent scorn. "—Derek c. Maus, coeditor of Post-Soul Satire: Black Identity after Civil Rights   "Adroitly explores how comic rage is a … Continue reading Furiously Funny

Resistance Reimagined

“Offers fresh insights into nineteenth-century black women’s cultural production. Compelling and elegantly crafted.”—Kathy L. Glass, author of Courting Communities: Black Female Nationalism and “Syncre-Nationalism” in the Nineteenth-Century North   “Outstanding in explaining why these figures were important leaders in their own time and are important models today. A truly engaging and significant study.”—John Ernest, editor of Douglass … Continue reading Resistance Reimagined