Packing Light: New & Selected Poems

Author: Marilyn Kallet
Packing Light: New and Selected Poems presents a diverse overview of Kallet’s poetry of the last thirty years. Kallet’s work has been widely anthologized; she has performed her poetry internationally and across the United States.

In the Tennessee Mountains

Editor: Bill Hardwig
Writing under the pseudonym Charles Egbert Craddock, Mary Noailles Murfree published her first collection of stories, In the Tennessee Mountains, in 1884. Hardwig argues in his critical introduction to this new edition that In the Tennessee Mountains has much to teach us about the aesthetic, political, and literary scenes of 18

Ashes of the Mind: War and Memory in Northern Literature, 1865-1900

Author: Martin Griffin
In Ashes of the Mind, Martin Griffin examines the work of five Northerners—three poets and two fiction writers—who over a period of four decades explored and articulated the landscape of Civil War memory in postwar America, and in particular in that part of the nation that could, with most justification, claim the victory of

Writing for the Mass Media

Author: James G. Stovall
Now in its seventh edition, Writing for the Mass Media remains one of the clearest and most effective introductions to media writing on the market. This text, which has been used at more than 450 colleges and universities during its life, offers clear writing, simple organization, abundant exercises, and precise examples th

From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor 1516-1558

Author: J.L. McIntosh
J. L. McIntosh argues that Mary I and Elizabeth I were authority figures before they acceded to the English throne. As independent heads of households and property-owners, the Tudor princesses attained a social and political status usually reserved for elite men, showing that women could achieve agency through the management o