Julia Nitz on ‘Belles and Poets’: “Literary Allusion is Cultural Currency”

An interview with Julia Nitz on her new book ‘Belles and Poets: Intertextuality in the Civil War Diaries of White Southern Women.’

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Ron Rash on Environmental Concerns, Short Stories, and ‘In the Valley’

An interview with Ron Rash on his recent collection ‘In the Valley.’

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Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle on ‘Even as We Breathe’ and Socially Engaged Historical Fiction

An interview with Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle on her debut novel ‘Even as We Breathe.’

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Charles U. Daly on Collaboration, Coming Home from War, and ‘Make Peace or Die’

An interview with Charles U. Daly and his son and co-author, Charlie, on his new book ‘Make Peace or Die.’

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John Lane on Invoking the Woods as a Character in ‘Whose Woods These Are’

An interview with John Lane on his latest novel ‘Whose Woods These Are.’

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Rebecca McClanahan on Scientific and Imaginative Observations and ‘In the Key of New York City’

An interview with Rebecca McClanahan on her new memoir in essays ‘In the Key of New York City.’

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Jen Fawkes on ‘Mannequin and Wife’ and Acknowledging the Power of the Margins

An interview with Jen Fawkes on her new story collection ‘Mannequin and Wife.’

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Linda Hogan on ‘A History of Kindness’: “I Would Call this Book a Tree”

An interview with Linda Hogan on her latest poetry collection ‘A History of Kindness.’

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