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Volume 32, Number 1
November/December 2010

Environmental Humanities

Ursula K. Heise and Allison Carruth’s “Introduction to Focus: Environmental Humanities”

Daniel A. Barber reviews Adrian Parr’s Hijacking Sustainability (The MIT Press)

Michael Ziser reviews Anna Lappé’s Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It (Bloomsbury)

Jon Christensen reviews Timothy J. LeCain’s Mass Destruction: The Men and Giant Mines That Wired America and Scarred the Planet (Rutgers University Press)

Pablo Mukherjee reviews Graham Huggan and Helen Tiffin’s Postcolonial Ecocriticism: Literature, Animals, Environment (Routledge)

Stacy Alaimo reviews Nancy Langston’s Toxic Bodies: Hormone Disruptors and the Legacy of DES (Yale University Press)

Heather I. Sullivan reviews Stacy Alaimo’s Bodily Natures: Science, Environment, and the Material Self (Indiana University Press)

Heather Houser reviews Ian McEwan’s Solar (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday)

Catriona Sandilands reviews Timothy Morton’s The Ecological Thought (Harvard University Press)

Feature: Small Press Short Fiction

Kerri Arsenault reviews Joan Frank’s In Envy Country (University of Notre Dame Press) and Stephanie Freele’s Feeding Strays (Lost Horse Press)

Matt Baker reviews M.O. Walsh’s The Prospect of Magic (Livingston Press)

Amelia Gray reviews Corey Mesler’s LISTEN: twenty-nine short conversations (Brown Paper Publishing)

Robert Shapard reviews Kim Chinquee’s Pretty (White Pine Press)

Book Reviews

Regina Weinreich reviews Seymour Krim’s Missing a Beat: The Rants and Regrets of Seymour Krim (Syracuse University Press)

Sean Bernard reviews James P. White’s Observations Without Daddy: Vivid Evocations of Growing Up in Texas (Tabloid Books Inc.) and Tom Grimes’s Mentor (Tin House Books)

Jim Ruland reviews eds. Kathy Fish and Matt Bell’s Best of the Web 2010 (Dzanc Books)

Jeff Bursey reviews Padgett Powell’s The Interrogative Mood: A Novel? (Ecco)

Carla Porch reviews Estha Weiner’s Transfiguration Begins at Home (Tiger Bark Press)

Anna K. Andrade reviews David Unger’s Ni chicha, Ni limonada (F&G Editores)

Robert Glick reviews Davis Schneiderman’s Drain (TriQuarterly Press)

Nancy Kline reviews Jane Gardam’s The Man in the Wooden Hat (Europa Editions)

Marc Lowe reviews Rob Stephenson’s Passes Through (FC2)

Gary Gach reviews ed. Melvin McLeod’s The Best Buddhist Writing 2010 (Shambhala)

Andrew Madigan reviews Ali Bader’s Papa Sartre (The American University in Cairo Press)

Walter Hess reviews Grace Zabriskie’s Poems (New York Quarterly Books)

Lizzie Hutton reviews Wendy Baker’s Nothing Between Us (Del Sol Press)


Page 2—Jeffrey R. Di Leo’s “Supersize That Novel: Neoliberalism in Publishing II”

From Our Own—Kirpal Gordon reviews Barry Wallenstein’s Tony’s World (Birch Brook Press)


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