Issue Content

Volume 37, Number 3
March/April 2016

Focus: Civil Rights

Beverly C. Tomek's Introduction to Focus: Civil Rights Today

Robert Greene II's "Campus Protests"

Stefan M. Bradley's "The Rise of #blacklivesmatter"

Marcia Chatelain's "Making a Movement"

Clifford Thompson reviews Ta-Nehisi Coates's Between the World and Me

Chris Danielson reviews Ian Haney Lopez's Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvened Racism and Wreckd the Middle Class

Dexter Gabriel reviews Lisa Bloom's Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice

LuGuana Gray reviews Victoria Christopher Murry's Stand Your Ground

Gregory D. Smithers reviews Brad Evans and Henry A. Giroux's Disposable Futures: The Seduction of Violence in the Age of Spectacle

Katrina Thompson reviews Tim Suereth's Ferguson: America's Breaking Point

Beverly C. Tomek reviews Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman

Charles Alexander's "Pushing Water 71"

Book Reviews

Hasan Melehy reviews Jorge García-Robles, Daniel C. Schecter, trans., At the End of the Road: Jack Kerouac in Mexico

John Tytell reviews Patti Smith's M Train

Tyrone Williams reviews Honoree Fanonne Jeffers's The Glory Gets

Trevor Jones reviews Tom LeClair's Lincoln's Billy

Sarah White reviews Laurel Blossom's Longevity and Lynn McGee's Heirloom Bulldog

Eric Shonkwiler reviews James Tate Hill's Academy Gothic

Paul Pines reviews Jon Curley and Burt Kimmelman, eds., The Poetry and Poetrics of Michael Heller: A Nomad Memory

W. Lawrence Hogue reviews Horace A. Porter, ed., Dreaming Out Loud: African American Novelists at Work

Shaindel Beers reviews Eugenia Leigh's Blood, Sparrows and Sparrows

Rosalie Calabrese reviews Pamela L. Laskin, ed., and Lyn Di Iorio and Karen Clark, eds., It's All about Shoes

Kelly Luce reviews Lance Olsen's How to Unfeel the Dead: New and Selected Fictions

Stephanie Rauschenbusch reviews Jan Owen and Charles Baudelaire; Jan Owen, trans., The Offhand Angel: New and Selected Poems and Selected Poems from Les Fleurs Du Mal

Claudia Smith reviews James Thomas, Robert Shapard, and Christopher Merrill, eds., Flash Fiction International

Departments

Page 2 -- Jeffrey R. Di Leo's "A Class of His Own

Scenes -- Verbivoracious Press: An Interview with G.N. Froester and M.J. Nicholls

 

Featured Reviews


Hassan Melehy reviews
Jorge García-Robles, Daniel C. Schecter, trans.,
At the End of the Road: Jack Kerouac in Mexico


John Tytell reviews
Patti Smith's
M Train

 

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