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Book Review Index

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Absher, J.S., Mouth Work (St. Andrews University Press, 2016), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Poems of the Elemental: Heart and Home,” 2017 Online, 84-87

Ackerman, Kathy, Coal River Road (Livingston Press, 2013), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Near Matter and the Distant Stars,” 2014 Online, 105-108

Adams, Noah, Far Appalachia: Following the New River North (Delacorte, 2001), rev. by James O. Chatham, “Radio Writers,” 2002, 177-179

Adcock, Betty, Slantwise: Poems (Louisiana State UP, 2008), rev. by Robert West, “Slantwisdom,” 2009, 165-167

Allen, Sarah Addison, Garden Spells (Bantam, 2007), rev. by Joyce Compton Brown, “Three Women Writers: Breaching Boundaries To Create New Realities,” 2009, 235-237

Allen, T. Harrell, Lee’s Last Major General: Bryan Grimes of North Carolina (Savas, 1999), rev. by Mark A. Moore, “Singular Devotion and a Compound of Incongruities: Bryan Grimes and Thomas L. Clingman of North Carolina,” 1999, 64-66

Amberg, Rob, The New Road, I-26 and the Footprints of Progress in Appalachia (Center for American Places at Columbia College Chicago, 2009), rev. by Susan Schmidt, "What If More People Move to North Carolina?" 2011, 61-67

Ammons, A.R., Garbage (Norton, 1993), rev. by David R. Slavitt, “Tenzing and Relaxing,” 1994, 192-194

Ammons, A.R., The Mule Poems (R.A. Fountain, 2010), rev. by Robert West, "Memories, Tapestries": A.R. Ammons and His North Carolina Roots, 2011, 140-142

Ammons, A.R., The North Carolina Poems (Broadstone Books, 2010), rev. by Robert West, "Memories, Tapestries": A.R. Ammons and His North Carolina Roots, 2011, 140-142

Anderson, Tim, Sweet Tooth (Lake Union Publishing, 2014), rev. by Gary Richards “Drink Your Juice, Shelby,” 2015 Online, 42-43

Applewhite, James, Cosmos (Louisiana State UP, 2014), rev. by Rebecca Godwin “On Cats and the Cosmos,” 2015 Online, 108-112

Applewhite, James, Daytime and Starlight (Louisiana State UP, 1997), rev. by Curt Rode, ““In what place is this cloud of presences stored?”: James Applewhite, Robert Hill Long, and the Questioning of History,” 1998, 186-192

Applewhite, James, A Diary of Altered Light (Louisiana State UP, 2006), rev. by Patrick Bizzaro, ““Reckon[ing] up losses,”” 2006, 165-168

Applewhite, James, A History of the River (Louisiana State UP, 1993), rev. by David R. Slavitt, “Tenzing and Relaxing,” 1994, 192-194; rev. by Megan Simpson, “Rivers of Time,” 1994, 194-196

Applewhite, James, Selected Poems (Duke UP, 2005), rev. by Patrick Bizzaro, ““Reckon[ing] up losses,”” 2006, 165-168

Arnoult, Darnell, Sufficient Grace (Free, 2006), rev. by L.A. Heberlein, “Grace, Myth, and Invention,” 2008, 187-191

Avery, Laurence, Mountain Gravity (New Atlantic Media, 2014), rev. by John Steen, “Carolina Mourning; or, Still Life with Squirrels,” 2015 Online, 118-121

Avery, Laurence G., ed. A Paul Green Reader (U of North Carolina P, 1998), rev. by Dwight Watson, “The Dramatic Topography of Paul Green,” 2000, 27-29

 



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Bache, Ellyn, The Value of Kindness (Helicon Nine Editions, 1993), rev. by Elisabeth Rose, “Uprooted People,” 1995, 207-210

Balaban, John, Path, Crooked Path (Copper Canyon, 2006), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Life as We Experience It,” 2008, 171-175

Ballard, Sandra L. and Patricia L. Hudson, Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia (UP of Kentucky, 2003), rev. by Joyce Compton Brown, “The Binding Ties between Women, their Art, and the Mountains in Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia,” 2004, 54-56

Barbee, Sam, The Rain that We Needed (Press 53, 2016), rev. by Catherine Carter, “Family Business and ‘non-stupid optimism,’” 2017 Online, 122-125

Barden. John R., Letters to the Home Circle: The North Carolina Service of Pvt. Henry A. Clapp (Company F, Forty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, 1862–1863) (NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, 1998), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Two Epistolary Offerings from the North Carolina Division of Archives and History,” 2015 Online, 66-69

Barnhardt, Wilton, Lookaway, Lookaway (St. Martin’s, 2013), rev. by Jim McGavran, “Myers Park Misery,” 2014 Online, 80-81

Barr, Tina, Kaleidoscope (Iris Press, 2015), rev. by Elizabeth F. Oxler, “A ‘Sense’ of Self: Crafting Identity,” 2016 Online, 62-64

Barry, Coyla, The Flying Days (Carolina Wren Press, 2014), rev. by Sarah Huener, “To Keep It Forever: Nature and Memory,” 2016 Online, 66-68

Bathanti, Joseph, Concertina (Mercer UP, 2013), rev. by George Hovis, “Mapping the Unknown Self,” 2015 Online, 101-107

Bathanti, Joseph, Coventry (Novello, 2006), rev. by Rebecca L. Godwin, “Justice Systems, Haunting and Broken,” 2008, 181-184

Bathanti, Joseph, Half of What I Say Is Meaningless: Essays (Mercer UP, 2014), rev. by Lisa Proctor, “Redemption, Inspired and Questioned,” 2015 Online, 95-97

Bathanti, Joseph, The Life of the World to Come (University of South Carolina Press, 2015), rev. Thomas Wolf, “Wages of Sin,” 2016 Online, 108-109

Bayes, Ronald, The Collected Poems (St. Andrews University Press, 2015), rev. by Robert Hill, “From the Sensorium,” 2016 Online, 78-79

Beam, Jeffery, The Broken Flower (Skysill Press, 2012), rev. by Jim Clark, “The Cruel Radiance of What Is,” 2014 Online, 72-75

Beam, Jeffery, The Fountain (North Carolina Wesleyan College P, 1992), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Inside to Out: The Poetics of Space,” Spring 1993, 197-201

Beam, Jeffery, Gospel Earth (Skysill Press, 2010), rev. by Sally Buckner, "Through Decades, Fresh Visions of Reality," 2011, 206-214

Belz, Aaron, Glitter Bomb (Persea Books, 2014), rev. by John Steen, “Chosen Vocations,” 2017 Online, 130-133

Bender, Karen E., Refund: Stories (Counterpoint Press, 2015), rev. by Laura Segura, “What’s Life Worth?,” 2016 Online, 88-90

Bergman, Megan Mayhew, Birds of a Lesser Paradise: Stories (Scribner, 2012), rev. by Brian Glover, “Bird Watching,” 2015 Online, 38-40

Berry, Steve, The Jefferson Key (Ballantine Books, 2011), rev. by Matthew Luter, “Person, Place, Thing, or Idea: Reading the Past in Three North Carolina Set Historical Novels”, 2012 online, 66-69

Betts, Doris, The Scarlet Thread (Press 53, 2013), rev. by Tara Powell, “Hanging by a Thread,” 2014 Online, 49-53

Betts, Doris, Souls Raised from the Dead (Knopf, 1994), rev. by Elisabeth Rose, “Uprooted People,” 1995, 207-210

Bissell, Sallie, A Darker Justice (Bantam, 2002), rev. by Donna J. Summerlin, “Murder and Mayhem, Gothic and Grotesque,” 2002, 169-172

Bissell, Sallie, Deadliest of Sins (Midnight Ink, 2014), rev. by Wanda Canada, “Dark Tales of Campbell County,” 2016 Online, 102-103

Bizzaro, Patrick, Responding to Student Poems: Applications of Critical Theory (National Council of Teachers of English, 1993), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Naked in the Workshop, or, Demystifying the Teaching and Writing of Poetry,” 1996, 226-235

Blight, David W., A Slave No More: Two Men Who Escaped to Freedom, Including Their Own Narratives of Emancipation (Harcourt, 2007), rev. by David A. Davis, “Telling Stories of Slavery,” 2010, 152-155

Blythe, Will, To Hate Like This Is To Be Happy Forever: A Thouroughly Obsessive, Intermittently Uplifting, and Occasionally Unbiased Account of the Duke-North Carolina Basketball Rivalry (Harper-Collins, 2006), rev. by James Kirkland, “Basketball and Other Matters of Transcendent Importance,” 2008, 175-181

Boyd, William L., Poetic Penguins (North Carolina Wesleyan College P, 1992), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Inside to Out: The Poetics of Space,” 1993, 197-201; rev. by Sparrow, “Defeating the Great Poets,” 1993, 201-203

Brady, Maureen, Folly (Feminist, 1994), rev. by Mary Kathryn Thornton, “Union Organizing in Folly Forces Attention to Issues of Gender and Race,” 2000, 49-51

Brantley, Michael K., Memory Cards: Portraits from a Rural Journey (Black Rose Writing, 2015), rev. by Sharon E. Colley, “The Art of Becoming an Author,” 2017 Online, 56-59

Braun, Lilian Jackson, The Cat Who Could Read Backwards (Jove, 1966; Jove, 1986), The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern (Jove, 1967; Jove, 1986), The Cat Who Turned On and Off (Jove, 1968; Jove, 1986), The Cat Who Saw Red (Jove, 1986), The Cat Who Played Brahms (Jove, 1987), The Cat Who Played Post Office (Jove, 1987), The Cat Who Had 14 Tales (Jove, 1988), The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare (Jove, 1988), The Cat Who Sniffed Glue (Putnam’s, 1988; Jove, 1989), The Cat Who Went Underground (Putnam’s, 1989; Jove, 1989), The Cat Who Talked to Ghosts (Putnam’s, 1990; Jove, 1990), The Cat Who Lived High (Putnam’s 1990; Jove, 1991), The Cat Who Knew a Cardinal (Putnam’s 1991; Jove, 1992), The Cat Who Moved a Mountain (Putnam’s 1992; Jove, 1992), The Cat Who Wasn’t There (Putnam’s 1992; Jove, 1993), The Cat Who Went into the Closet (Putnam’s, 1993; Jove, 1994), The Cat Who Came to Breakfast (Putnam’s 1994), The Cat Who Blew the Whistle (Putnam’s 1995; Jove, 1996), rev. by Roger C. Schlobin, “The Bumbler and the Silken Sleuths: “The Cat Who” Mysteries of Lilian Jackson Braun,” 1996, 235-238

Brenner, Wendy, Phone Calls from the Dead (Algonquin, 2001), rev. by Mary Carroll-Hackett, “Souls on a Wire: Technology and the Search for Connections,” 2003, 140-141

Brown, Grey, Staying In (North Carolina Writers’ Network, 1992), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Inside to Out: The Poetics of Space,” 1993, 197-201

Brown, Taylor, Fallen Land (St. Martin’s Press, 2016), rev. by Rhonda Armstrong, “The Allegiances of Strangers,” 2017 Online, 77-81

Brownlee, J. Scott, Requiem for Used Ignition Cap (Orison Books, 2015), rev. by Peter Makuck, “The Power of Place,” 2017 Online, 134-137

Browning, Judkin, Letters from a North Carolina Unionist: John A. Hedrick to Benjamin S. Hedrick (1862–1865) (NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, 2001), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Two Epistolary Offerings from the North Carolina Division of Archives and History,” 2015 Online, 66-69

Butcher, Kenneth, The Middle of the Air (John F. Blair, 2009), rev. by F. Brett Cox, “A Cozy Conspiracy,” 2010, 132-133

Byer, Kathryn Stripling, Black Shawl (Louisiana State UP, 1998), rev. by Peter Makuck, “Threads of a Dark Design,” 1999, 173-177

Byer, Kathryn Stripling, Coming to Rest (Louisiana State UP, 2006), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “Loss and Belonging,” 2007, 199-201

Byer, Kathryn Stripling, Descent (Louisiana State UP, 2012), rev. by Robert West, “A Descent Beckoning,” 2013 Online, 72-74

Byrne, Monica, The Girl in the Road (Crown, 2014), rev. by Kathaleen E. Amende, “Traveling the Psychic Highway,” 2015 Online, 27-29

 




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Caldwell, Wayne, Cataloochee (Random House, 2007), rev. by Chris Green, “Looking Back into the Undergrowth,” 2010, 67-69

Caldwell, Wayne, Requiem by Fire (Random House, 2010), rev. by Chris Green, “Looking Back into the Undergrowth,” 2010, 67-69

Callahan, John, Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot (Random House, 1990), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213

Carr, Dawson, Gray Phantoms of the Cape Fear: Running the Civil War Blockade (John F. Blair Publisher, 1998), rev. by William H. Thiesen, “Gray Ghosts and Fading Hope: Two Views of Wilmington’s Civil War History,” 1999, 46-49

Carter, Catherine, The Memory of Gills (Louisiana State UP, 2006), rev. by James Kimbrell, ““less a memory than a darker shade,”” 2007, 205-207

Carter, Catherine, The Swamp Monster at Home (Louisiana State UP, 2012), rev. by John Hoppenthaler, “‘Have You Found Out How to Be Anything But Young?’,” 2013 Online, 112-115

Carter, Jimmy, The Hornet’s Nest: A Novel of the Revolutionary War (Simon & Schuster, 2003), rev. by Ed Piacentino, “A Revisionist Perspective on the Story of the American Revolution in the South,” 2004, 152-154

Carty, Jessie, Paper House (Folded Word Press, 2010), rev. by Felicia Mitchell with Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Images of Childhood,” 2010, 228-231

Cash, Wiley, The Dark Road to Mercy (William Morrow Paperbacks, 2014), rev. by Zackary Vernon, “Overcoming the Southern Cult of Authenticity,” 2015 Online, 98-100

Cecelski, David S., The Fire of Freedom: Abraham Galloway & the Slaves’ Civil War (U of North Carolina P, 2013), rev. by Willie J. Harrell, Jr., “The Triumph of the Human Spirit,” 2013 Online, 85-88

Chamberlain, Diane, Necessary Lies (St. Martin’s Press, 2013), rev. by Amanda M. Capelli, “coloring outside the lines,” 2015 Online, 72-73

Chappell, Fred, Backsass (Louisiana State UP, 2004), rev. by Michael Poteat, “Talking Back; or, “an irreverent retort,”” 2004, 163-164

Chappell, Fred, Family Gathering (Louisiana State UP, 2000), rev. by Jake Adam York, “The Code for Home,” 2002, 179-182

Chappell, Fred, Familiars (Louisiana State UP, 2014), rev. by Rebecca Godwin, “On Cats and the Cosmos,” 2015 Online, 108-112

Chappell, Fred, Plow Naked (U of Michigan P, 1993), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Naked in the Workshop, or, Demystifying the Teaching and Writing of Poetry,” 1996, 226-235

Chappell, Fred, A Shadow All of Light (Tor, 2016), rev. by Warren Rochelle, “Light and Dark, Dark, and Light,” 2017 Online, 62-63

Chappell, Fred, Shadow Box (Louisiana State UP, 2009), rev. by John Lang, “Resplendent, Ingenious Forms,” 2010, 116-119

Chatham, James O., Sundays Down South: A Pastor’s Stories (UP of Mississippi, 1999), rev. by James Norton, “Struggles and Heroism of Southern Life,” 2001, 154-156

Cherry, Kelly, Twelve Women in a Country Called America: Stories (Press 53, 2015), rev. by Matt Dischinger, “Why Kelly Cherry Writes Now,” 2016 Online, 86-87

Chess, Richard, Third Temple (U of Tampa P, 2007), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Life as We Experience It,” 2008, 171-175

Chitwood, Michael, From Whence (Louisiana State UP, 2007), rev. by Brooke Horvath, “Three Optimists,” 2008, 169-171

Chitwood, Michael, Salt Works (Ohio Review Books, 1992), rev. by Sparrow, “Defeating the Great Poets,” 1993, 201-203

Chitwood, Michael, Spill (Tupelo P, 2007), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “The State of Poetry in North Carolina,” 2009, 172-177

Church, Kim, Byrd (Dzanc Books, 2014), rev. by Leigh G. Dillard, “Hope without Expectations,” 2015 Online, 48-50

Colonnese, Michael, Double Feature (Big Pencil Press, 2015), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Time Spent,” 2017 Online, 138-140

Copeland, Beth, Transcendental Telemarketer (BlazeVOX, 2012), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Near Matter and the Distant Stars,” 2014 Online, 105-108

Cox, Mark, Natural Causes (U of Pittsburgh P, 2004), rev. by B.J. Leggett, “Reference Back,” 2005, 180-181

Crone, Moira, The Ice Garden (Carolina Wren Press, 2015), rev. by Anna Jean Mayhew, “Mood Indigo,” 2016 Online, 103-105

Crook, Noel, Salt Moon (Southern Illinois University Press, 2015), rev. by John Hoppenthaler, “What the Owl Knows,” 2017 Online, 126-127

Crowe, Thomas Rain, Zoro’s Field: My Life in the Appalachian Woods (U of Georgia P, 2005), rev. by Ronald Wesley Hoag, “In Place and Out,” 2006, 158-160

Crowther, Hal, Gather at the River: Notes from the Post-Millenial South (Louisiana State UP, 2005), rev. by Jeff Abernathy, “South Watchers: Two Southerners Look Back,” 2007, 219-220

Cumming, Deborah, The Descent of Music (Plum Branch, 2002), rev. by Sally Lawrence, “Seeking and Surviving,” 2004, 157-160

Cusick, Gregg, My Father Moves Through Time Like a Dirigible (University of West Alabama Livingston Press, 2014), rev. by Tim Buchanan, “talking in circles, Mov[ing] Through Time,” 2016 Online, 90-91

 


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Dargan, Olive Tilford, From My Highest Hill: Carolina Mountain Folks (U of Tennessee P, 1998), rev. by Walter Squire, “Learning to Listen,” 1999, 160-162

Dessen, Sarah, That Summer (Orchard, 1996), rev. by Meredith Sue Willis, “Three First Novels,” 1997, 130-135

Dillard, Annie, Holy the Firm (Harper, 1977), Pilgrim at Tinker Creek (Harper, 1974), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213

Duncan, Julia Nunnally, An Endless Tapestry (March Street, 2007), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “The State of Poetry in North Carolina,” 2009, 172-177

Duncan, Julia Nunnally, When Day Is Done (March Street, 2009), rev. by Mae Miller Claxton, “Mountain Tunes and Tartini Violin Concertos,” 2010, 108-109

Duncan, Pamela, Moon Women (Delacorte, 2001), rev. by Paula Gallant Eckard, “What Lies Beneath: Myth, Memory, and Obsession,” 2003, 137-140

Durban, Pam, Soon: Stories (University of South Carolina Press, 2015), rev. by Monica Miller, “’want[ing] more less,’” 2016 Online, 84-85

 


 


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Earley, Tony, The Blue Star [Jim sequel] (Little Brown, 2008), rev. by Tim Edwards, “Into a Strange Country,” 2010, 110-114

Earley, Tony, Jim the Boy (Little, Brown, 2000), rev. by Tim Edwards, “Circles of Light and Journeys into Darkness,” 2001, 138-141

Earley, Tony, Somehow Form a Family: Stories that Are Mostly True (Algonquin, 2003), rev. by Maryscot Mullins, “Family Reunions of Words,” 2004, 160-163

Edgerton, Clyde, The Bible Salesman (Little, Brown and Company, 2008), rev. by George Hovis, “The Bible Salesman and The Magician,” 2009, 228-231

Edgerton, Clyde, The Night Train (Little, Brown, and Company, 2011), rev. by Jeff Abernathy, “Race in the American South,” 2012 online, 36

Edgerton, Clyde, Solo: My Adventures in the Air (Algonquin, 2005), rev. by Tonita Branan, “Hero, Interrupted,” 2006, 157-158

Edgerton, Clyde, Where Trouble Sleeps (Algonquin, 1997), rev. by Stuart Harris, “Family, Faith, and Myth in Listre, North Carolina: Clyde Edgerton’s Return to Familiar Places and Themes in Where Trouble Sleeps,” 1998, 181-184

Ehle, John, The Land Breakers (1964; Press 53, 2006), rev. by Harriette C. Buchanan, “A Classic Resurrected and an Overreaching Attempt Failed,” 2007, 208-214

Ehle, John, The Road (1967; U of Tennessee P, 1998), rev. by John Lang, “Laying the Rails, Crafting the Text,” 1999, 163-165

Ehle, John, The Winter People (Harper & Row, 1982), rev. by Jonathan Yardley, “Love Affairs and Family Feuds in the Smoky Mountains,” 2010, 24-25

Ekstrand, Erik, Laodicea (Omnidawn, 2015), rev. by John Steen, “Chosen Vocations,” 2017 Online, 130-133

Emerson, Claudia, Late Wife (Louisiana State UP, 2005), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “Loss and Belonging,” 2007, 199-201

Emerson, Claudia, Secure the Shadow (Louisiana State UP, 2011), rev. by John Hoppenthaler, “‘Have You Found Out How to Be Anything But Young?’,” 2013 Online, 112-115

Eubanks, Georgann, Literary Trails of Eastern North Carolina: A Guidebook (U of North Carolina P, 2013), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Savoring the Literary Landscape of Eastern North Carolina,” 2014 Online, 86-87

Eubanks, Georgeann, Literary Trails of the North Carolina Mountains: A Guidebook (U of North Carolina P, 2007), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Happy Trails,” 2008, 198-199

Eubanks, Georgeann, Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont (University of North Carolina Press, 2010), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, "Old North State Literary Treasures: A Guidebook and Two Anthologies," 2011, 143-147

Evans, Elizabeth, Doris Betts (Twayne, 1997), rev. by Dorothy M. Scura, “First Book on Doris Betts Published,” 1998, 178-179

 

 

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Firmat, Gustavo Pérez, A Cuban in Mayberry: Looking Back at America’s Hometown (University of Texas Press, 2014), rev. by Kristy L. Ulibarri, “Mapping North Carolina, Locating Latinidad,” 2016 Online, 48-51

Fleming, Karl, Son of the Rough South: An Uncivil Memoir (Public Affairs, 2005), rev. by Nicole Nolan Sidhu, “Tales from the “Other” White South,” 2006, 153-157

Flynn, Keith, Colony Collapse Disorder (Wings Press, 2013), rev. by Jim Clark, “The Cruel Radiance of What Is,” 2014 Online, 72-75

Flynn, Keith, The Golden Ratio (Iris, 2007), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “The State of Poetry in North Carolina,” 2009, 172-177

Fonvielle Jr., Chris E., The Wilmington Campaign: Last Rays of Departing Hope (Savas, 1997), rev. by William Thiesen, “Gray Ghosts and Fading Hope: Two Views of Wilmington’s Civil War History,” 1999, 46-49

Ford, Richard, “My Mother in Memory” (Harper’s 275, 1987), rev. by Michael Griffith, “New Wine in Old Bottles: New Stories from the South, 1986-1996,” 1997, 136-141

Foust, Rebecca, Paradise Drive (Press 53, 2015), rev. by Joan Romano Shifflett, “a seeker among seekers,” 2017 Online, 118-119

Fox, Faulkner, Dispatches from a Not-So-Perfect Life; or How I Learned to Love the House, the Man, the Child (Harmony Books, 2003), rev. by Meredith Anton, “Bound and Determined,” 2005, 183-186

Fox, Matthew, Original Blessing (Bear, 1983), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213

Frazier, Charles, Cold Mountain (Vintage, 1998), rev. by William R. Trotter, “Cold Mountain, Bushwhackers, and the Guerrilla War in Appalachian North Carolina,” 1999, 22-25

Frazier, Charles, Thirteen Moons (Random House, 2006), rev. by Harriette C. Buchanan, “A Classic Resurrected and an Overreaching Attempt Failed,” 2007, 208-214

Frazier, Charles, Nightwoods (Random House, 2011), rev. by Zackary Vernon, “‘Green Life Running Wild’: Environmental Philosophy in Charles Frazier’s New Novel,” 2013 Online, 92-95

 


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Garber, Pat, Ocracoke Odyssey: A Naturalist’s Reflections on Her Home by the Sea (Down Home, 1999), rev. by Maryscot Mullins, “Love Letters of a Solitary Naturalist,” 2005, pg. 90

Garin, Marita, ed., Southern Appalachian Poetry: An Anthology of Works by 37 Poets (McFarland, 2008), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “The Poetry of Southern Appalachia,” 2010, 120-123

Garren, Christine, The Piercing (Louisiana State UP, 2006), rev. by James Kimbrell, ““less a memory than a darker shade,”” 2007, 205-207

Gerard, Philip, The Dark of the Island (John F. Blair, 2016), rev. by Rhonda Armstrong, “The Allegiances of Strangers,” 2017 Online, 77-81

Gerard, Philip, Down the Wild Cape Fear: A River Journey through the Heart of North Carolina (U of North Carolina P, 2013) and The Patron Saint of Dreams and Other Essays (Hub City Press, 2012), rev. by Brian Glover, “Words, Water, Wonder,” 2014 Online, 84-85

Gibson, Becky Gould, Aphrodite’s Daughter (Texas Review Press, 2008), rev. by Felicia Mitchell, “Character, Myth and the Southern Voice: We’re not in Hee-Haw Anymore,” 2008, 74-77

Gingher, Marianne, Adventures in Pen Land: One Writer’s Journey from Inklings to Ink (U of Missouri P, 2008), rev. by Rebecca L. Godwin, “Three Women Writers Share Journeys of Achievement,” 2010, 206-211

Ginger, Marianne, Amazing Place: What North Carolina Means to Writers (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), rev. by Joanne Joy, “North Carolina Writers Rooted in Place,” 2016 Online, 29-31

Gingher, Marianne, A Girl’s Life: Horses, Boys, Weddings & Luck (Louisiana State UP, 2001), rev. by Janet Lembke, “Three Tarheel Writers: A Girl, a Guy, and a Gallimaufry,” 2002, 175-177

Godwin, Gail, Evensong (Ballantine, 1999), rev. by Kerstin W. Shands, “Turn! Turn! Turn! Intersections and Mutualities in Gail Godwin’s New Novel,” 2000, 183-185

Godwin, Gail, Flora (Bloomsbury, 2013), rev. by Peggy Dunn Bailey, “Constructive Remorse,” 2014 Online, 20-21

Godwin, Gail, Heart: A Personal Journey Through Its Myths and Meanings (William Morrow, 2001), rev. by Janet Lembke, “Three Tarheel Writers: A Girl, a Guy, and a Gallimaufry,” 2002, 175-177

Goldman, Judy, The Slow Way Back (William Morrow and Company, 1999), rev. by Barbara Bennett, “New Voices in the New South,” 2001, 145-147

Goodman, Henriette. Take What You Want (Alice James Books, 2007), rev. by Felicia Mitchell, “Character, Myth and the Southern Voice: We’re not in Hee-Haw Anymore,” 2008, 74-77

Green, Jaki Shelton, breath of the song: New and Selected Poems (North Carolina Wren Press, 2005), rev. by Tom Lombardo, “Family, History, Land,” 2007, 214-218

Grey, Lucinda, The Woman Who Has Eaten the Moon (Wind Publications, 2004), rev. by Debra Kang Dean, “Inside Out,” 2005, 181-183

Griffin, Matthew, Hide (Bloomsbury, 2016), rev. by Jim Coby, “A Little Mercy Left in the World After All,” 2017 Online, 112-114

Grimsley, Jim, Comfort & Joy (Algonquin, 1999), rev. by Gary Richards, “Home for the Holidays,” 2000 113-116

Grimsley, Jim, How I Shed My Skin: Unlearning the Racist Lessons of a Southern Childhood (Algonquin Books, 2015), rev. by Alex Albright, “Jim Grimsley Gets Schooled,” 2016 Online, 32-35

Gurganus, Allan, Local Souls (Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2013), rev. by Gary Richards, “Attend the Tales of Allan Gurganus,” 2014 Online, 64-65

Gurganus, Allan, Plays Well With Others (Alfred A. Knopf, 1997; Random House Vintage Contemporaries), rev. by Jeff Abernathy, “Call Me Hartley,” 2000, 182-183

Gurganus, Allan, The Practical Heart (Knopf, 2001), rev. by Christina G. Bucher, “Finding Our Way Through Fear and Remembrance,” 2003, 133-136

Gutierrez, Michael Keenan, The Trench Angel (Leap Frog Press, 2015), rev. by Jim Coby, “A Little Mercy Left in the World After All,” 2017 Online, 112-114


 


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Hagy, Alyson, Graveyard of the Atlantic (Grey Wolf, 2000), rev. by Tonita Branan, “An Edge on the Outer Banks,” 2001, 147-149

Halme, Kathleen, Equipoise (Sarabande Books, 1998), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “An Equal and Opposite Reaction: On the Poetry of Kathleen Halme and Michael White,” 1999, 177-180

Halme, Kathleen, The Everlasting Universe of Things (North Carolina Writers’ Network, 1994), rev. by Virginia O. Craighill, “Lovers of Ashes,” 1996, 222-225

Hart, John, Down River (Thomas Dunne Books, 2007), The King of Lies (Thomas Dunne Books, 2006), The Last Child (Minotaur Books, 2009), rev. by Art Taylor, “Crimes Close To Home,” 2009, 223-226

Hart, John, Iron House (Thomas Dunne Books, 2012), rev. by Art Taylor, “Taking the Long Way Home”, 2012 Online, 49-51

Hawes, Louise, Anteaters Don’t Dream and Other Stories (UP of Mississippi, 2007), rev. by Sally F. Lawrence, “Writing for the Reader,” 2008, 191-193

Hayes, Anna R., Without Precedent: The Life of Susie Marshall Sharp (U of North Carolina P, 2008), rev. by Rebecca L. Godwin, “Three Women Writers Share Journeys of Achievement,” 2010, 206-211

Hedge Coke, Allsion Adelle, Streaming (Coffee House Press, 2014), rev. by Gina Caison, “On the Wings of a Carolina Parakeet,” 2016 Online, 59-60

Herin, Miriam, A Stone for Bread (University of West Alabama Livingston Press, 2015), rev. by Rebecca Godwin, “Historical Truth in Fictional Form,” 2017 Online, 71-75

Hobson, Fred, Off the Rim: Basketball and Other Religions of a Carolina Childhood (U of Missouri P, 2006), rev. by James Kirkland, “Basketball and Other Matters of Transcendent Importance,” 2008, 175-181

Hobson, Fred, The Silencing of Emily Mullen and Other Essays (Louisiana State UP, 2005), rev. by Jeff Abernathy, “South Watchers: Two Southerners Look Back,” 2007, 219-220

Hobson, Fred, The Southern Writer in the Postmodern World (U of Georgia P, 1991), rev. by Michael Griffith, “New Wine in Old Bottles: New Stories from the South, 1986-1996,” 1997, 136-141

Hoppenthaler, John, Domestic Garden (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2015), rev. by Sarah Huener, “To Keep It Forever: Nature and Memory,” 2016 Online, 66-68

Houston, Gloria, Miss Dorothy and Her Bookmobile (HarperCollins, 2011), rev. by Art Taylor “Taking the Long Way Home”, 2012 online, 49-51

Hudson, Marjorie, Accidental Birds of the Carolinas (Press 53, 2011) rev. by Erica Plouffe Lazure, “Contemporary Carpetbaggers call Carolina “Home””, 2012 online, 42-44

Hudson, Marjorie, Searching for Virginia Dare: A Fool’s Errand (Coastal Carolina, 2002), rev. by E. Thomson Shields, Jr., “Obsession and Loss: New Works on Roanoke and the “Lost Colony,”” 2003, 141-151

Humphreys, Josephine, Nowhere Else on Earth (Viking, 2001), rev. by Jerry Leath Mills, “Civil War and Collateral Damage,” 2002, 167-169

Humphries, Jefferson ed., Conversations with Reynolds Price (UP of Mississippi, 1991), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213


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Inman, Robert, The Governor’s Lady (John F. Blair, 2013), rev. by Anna Dunlap Higgins, “Crusty Curmudgeons and Ticking Clocks,” 2014 Online, 68-69


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Jackson, Sean, Haw (Harvard Square Editions, 2015), rev. by Kathaleen E. Amende, “Warnings of the End,” 2016 Online, 118-120

Jacobstein, Roy, A Form of Optimism (Northeastern UP, 2006), rev. by Brooke Horvath, “Three Optimists,” 2008, 169-171

James, Hunter, The Last Days of Big Grassy Fork (UP of Kentucky, 2002), rev. by Gretchen Martin, “Humor, History, and Family,” 2003, 151-152

Jeffrey, Thomas E., Thomas Lanier Clingman: Fire Eater from the Carolina Mountains (Georgia UP, 1998), rev. by Mark A. Moore, “Singular Devotion and a Compound of Incongruities: Bryan Grimes and Thomas L. Clingman of North Carolina,” 1999, 64-66

Jones, Jeremy, Bearwallow: A Personal History of a Mountain Homeland (John F. Blair, 2014), rev. by Brent Martin, “Another Addition to Western North Carolina’s Literature of Place,” 2015 Online, 81-82

Jones, Phil, Raleigh’s Pirate Colony in America: The Lost Settlement of Roanoke 1584-1590 (Tempus, 2001), rev. by E. Thomson Shields, Jr., “Obsession and Loss: New Works on Roanoke and the “Lost Colony,”” 2003, 141-151

Jordan, Judy, Carolina Ghost Woods (Louisiana State UP, 2000), rev. by Jake Adam York, “Strains of Country Music,” 2001, 149-154

Joy, David, Where All Light Tends to Go: A Novel  (G. P. Putnam’s Songs, 2015), rev. by Leah Hampton, “Finding Joy in the Dark,” 2016 Online, 98-99

Joyner, Janet, Waterborne (Logan House, 2016), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Poems of the Elemental: Heart and Home,” 2017 Online, 84-87

 

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Kaufman, Debra, The Next Moment (Jacar Press, 2010), rev. by Sally Buckner, "Through Decades, Fresh Visions of Reality," 2011, 206-214

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Kelly, Susan, Now You Know (Pegasus, 2007), rev. by Joyce Compton Brown, “Three Women Writers: Breaching Boundaries To Create New Realities,” 2009, 235-237

Kelner, Toni L.P., Dead Ringer (Zebra, 1994), rev. by Janet Lembke, “The Uses of Murder Most Foul,” 1995, 202-207

Kessel, John, “The Baum Plan for Financial Independence” and Other Stories (Small Beer Press, 2008), rev. by Warren Rochelle, “Other Times and Places and Down Home,” 2010, 160-163

Kimmel, Haven, Something Rising (Light and Swift) (Free Press, 2004), rev. by Sally Lawrence, “Family Physics,” 2006, 170-171

Kindred, Sally Rosen, No Eden (Mayapple, 2011), rev. by Melissa Edmunson Makala, “Gone But Not Forgotten: Reminiscences of Family, Home, Love, and Loss,” 2013 Online, 54-57

Kirkpatrick, Kathryn, Unaccountable Weather (Press 53, 2011), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Means of Survival,” 2013 Online, 118-120

Kratt, Mary, Watch Where You Walk: New & Selected Poems (Lorimer Press, 2015), rev. by Peter Makuck, “The Power of Place,” 2017 Online, 134-137

Krawiec, Richard, The Sound of Poets Cooking (Jacar Press, 2010), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, "Old North State Literary Treasures: A Guidebook and Two Anthologies," 2011, 143-147

Kreyling, Michael, “Fee, Fie, Faux Faulkner: Parody and Postmodernism in Southern Literature” (Southern Review 29, 1993), rev. by Michael Griffith, “New Wine in Old Bottles: New Stories from the South, 1986-1996,” 1997, 136-141

 

 


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Lang, John, Understanding Ron Rash (University of South Carolina Press), rev. by Elisabeth C. Aiken, “Minding the Gaps: Necessary Scholarship on the Works of Ron Rash,” 2017 Online, 64-66

Lee, David S., Gulf Stream Chronicles: A Naturalist Explores Life in an Ocean River (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), rev. by Scott Hicks, “The Art and Sciences of Tar Heel Waters,” 2017 Online, 59-61

Lee, Rebecca, Bobcat and other Stories (Algonquin Books, 2013), rev. by Kristina Knotts, “Two New Short Fiction Collections,” 2014 Online, 102-104

Lembke, Janet, Despicable Species: On Cowbirds, Kudzu, Hornworms, and Other Scourges (Lyons, 1999), rev. by Robin Springer, “Creatures That Make Us Shudder: A Collection of Essays by Janet Lembke,” 2000, 187-191

Long, Robert Hill, The Work of the Bow (Cleveland State UP, 1997), rev. by Curt Rode, ““In what place is this cloud of presences stored?”: James Applewhite, Robert Hill Long, and the Questioning of History,” 1998, 186-192

Ludvigson, Susan, Escaping the House of Certainty (Louisiana State UP, 2006), rev. by Catherine Carter, “To Tell, Not To Tell, To Tell It Slant?” 2009, 167-170


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Maeder, Jo, When I Married My Mother (Da Capo Press/Perseus, 2009), rev. by Rebecca L. Godwin, “Three Women Writers Share Journeys of Achievement,” 2010, 206-211

Makuck, Peter, Against Distance (BOA Editions, 1997), rev. by Marc Hudson, ““A Map Made Close By Looking”: A Review of Peter Makuck’s Against Distance,” 1998, 192-193

Makuck, Peter, Allegiance and Betrayal: Stories (Syracuse UP, 2013), rev. by Kristina Knotts, “Two New Short Fiction Collections,” 2014 Online, 102-104

Makuck, Peter, Costly Habits (U of Missouri P, 2002), rev. by Michael Parker, “The High Cost of Being Human,” 2003, 136-137

Makuck, Peter, Long Lens: New and Selected Poems (BOA Editions, Ltd, 2010), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Four for the Bookshelf, Four for the Future”, 2012 Online, 57-63

Makuck, Peter, Mandatory Evacuation and Wins and Losses (BOA Editions Limited, 2016), rev. by Marly Youmans, “Hooks Like Question Marks: New Poetry and Fiction from Peter Makuck,” 2017 Online, 68-70

Makuck, Peter, Off-Season in the Promised Land (BOA Editions, 2005), rev. by Brooke Horvath, “Three Optimists,” 2008, 169-171

Malone, Michael, The Last Noel (Sourcebooks, 2002), rev. by Kristina L. Knotts, “attached to life at all four corners,” 2004, 154-157

Manning, Philip, Afoot in the South: Walks in the Natural Areas of North Carolina (Blair, 1993), rev. by Bland Simpson, “Two On Walking,” 1994, 188-189

Maron, Margaret, Shooting at Loons (Mysterious, 1994), rev. by Janet Lembke, “The Uses of Murder Most Foul,” 1995, 202-207

Martin, Eric, Luck (W.W. Norton, 2000), rev. by Jeff Abernathy, “Fortunate Son,” 2001, 141-142

Mauldin, Joanne Marshall, Thomas Wolfe: When Do the Atrocities Begin? (U of Tennessee P, 2006), rev. by Wiley Cash, “Three New Books on Thomas Wolfe,” 2008, 193-198

Mayhew, Anna, Jean, The Dry Grass of August (Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2011), rev. by Christina Bucher, “dreams of the Good and the killers of the dream”, 2012 online, 72-77

McBride, Timothy, The Manageable Cold: Poems (Triquarterly Books/ North Western University P, 2010), rev. by Peter Makuck, “Heartbreak and Humor”, 2012 Online, 63-65

McClanahan, Rebecca, Deep Light (Iris, 2007), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Life as We Experience It,” 2008, 171-175

McClanahan, Rebecca, The Riddle Song and Other Rememberings (U of Georgia P, 2002), rev. by Maryscot Mullins, “Family Reunions of Words,” 2004, 160-163

McCorkle, Jill, Creatures of Habit (Algonquin Books, 2001), rev. by Christina G. Bucher, “Finding Our Way Through Fear and Remembrance,” 2003, 133-136

McCorkle, Jill, Life after Life (Algonquin Books, 2013), rev. by Barbara Bennett, “The End Before the End,” 2014 Online, 66-67

McCorkle, Jill, “Final Vinyl Days” and Other Stories (Algonquin, 1998), rev. by Christina G. Bucher, “Lessons in Memory: Jill McCorkle’s Latest Collection of Stories,” 1999, 166-168

McCrumb, Sharyn, The PMS Outlaws (Ballantine, 2002), rev. by Donna J. Summerlin, “Murder and Mayhem, Gothic and Grotesque,” 2002, 169-172

McFee, Michael, Earthly (Carnegie Mellon UP, 2001), rev. by Jake Adam York, “The Code for Home,” 2002, 179-182

McFee, Michael, Shinemaster (Carnegie Mellon UP, 2006), The Smallest Talk (Bull City, 2007), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Life as We Experience It,” 2008, 171-175

McFee, Michael, To See (North Carolina Wesleyan College P, 1991), rev. by F. Whitney Jones, “Bookmaking Made Beautiful,” 1994, 191-192

McFee, Michael, That Was Oasis: Poems (Carnegie Mellon UP, 2012), rev. by Jake Adam York, “Gloss and Glossolia: Poets of Wit and Transformation,” 2013 Online, 112-125

McLarin, Kim, Taming It Down (William Morrow, 1998), rev. by Erik Bledsoe, “Newsrooms and Fishing Ponds: First Novels from Two North Carolina Writers,” 1999, 171-173

McLaurin, Tim, Lola (Down Home, 1997), rev. by Jerry Leath Mills, “Tim McLaurin and the Narrative-Dramatic Poem,” 2000, 185-187

McLaurin, Tim, The River Less Run: A Memoir (Down Home, 2000), rev. by Janet Lembke, “Three Tarheel Writers: A Girl, a Guy, and a Gallimaufry,” 2002, 175-177

Meads, Kat, 2:12 a.m. (Stephen F. Austin State UP, 2013), rev. by Donna Gessell, “Insomnia Well Spent,” 2015 Online, 44-45

Meads, Kat, Not Waving (Livingston, 2001), rev. by Sally Lawrence, “Seeking and Surviving,” 2004, 157-160

Meads, Kat, The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan (Benedict Roberts Duncan) (Chiasmus, 2006), rev. by L.A. Heberlein, “Grace, Myth, and Invention,” 2008, 187-191

Meyers, Susan, Keep and Give Away: Poems (U of South Carolina P, 2006), rev. by Tom Lombardo, “Root for the Hawk, Banish Yellow, Wear a Hat of Goldfinches,” 2007, 94-95

Meyers, Susan Laughter, My Dear, Dear Stagger Grass (Cider Press Review, 2013), rev. by Fred Chappell, “A Poem Has Happened Here,” 2014 Online, 57-58

Michels, Kelly, Disquiet (Jacar Press, 2015), rev. by John Hoppenthaler, “What the Owl Knows,” 2017 Online, 126-127

Milam, Lorenzo, The Crippled Liberation Front Marching Band Blues (Mho and Mho, 1984), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213

Miller, Heather, Ross, Lumina: A Town of Voices (Louisiana Literature Press, 2011) rev. by Al Maginnes, “Four for the Bookshelf, Four for the Future”, 2012 online, 57-63

Miller, Lee, Roanoke: Solving the Mystery of the Lost Colony (Jonathan Cape, 2000; Arcade, 2001), rev. by E. Thomson Shields, Jr., “Obsession and Loss: New Works on Roanoke and the “Lost Colony,” 2003, 141-151

Miller, Stephen, The Woman in the Yard (Picador, 1999), rev. by Donna J. Summerlin, “Murder and Mayhem, Gothic and Grotesque,” 2002, 169-172

Mills, Joseph, This Miraculous Turning, (Press 53, 2014), rev. by Joshua Clegg Caffery, “Friction as a Point of Departure,” 2016 Online, 73-75

Milton, Giles, Big Chief Elizabeth: The Adventures and Fate of the First English Colonists in America (Hodder & Stoughton, 2000; Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2000), E. Thomson Shields, “Obsession and Loss: New Works on Roanoke and the “Lost Colony,” 2003, 141-151

Mitchell, Steve, The Naming of Ghosts (Press 53, 2012), rev. by Fred Chappell, “Doppelgangers: An Interior Dialogue,” 2013 Online, 70-71

Mitchell, Ted, Thomas Wolfe: An Illustrated Biography (Pegasus Books, 2006), Windows of the Heart: The Correspondence of Thomas Wolfe and Margaret Roberts (U of South Carolina P, 2007), rev. by Wiley Cash, “Three New Books on Thomas Wolfe,” 2008, 193-198

Moore, Lenard D., A Temple Looming (WordTech, 2008), rev. by Catherine Carter, “To Tell, Not To Tell, To Tell It Slant?” 2009, 167-170

Moose, Ruth, Doing It at the Dixie Dew: a Mystery (Minotaur Books, 2014), rev. by Joseph Horst, “Cozy Up with a New Southern Mystery,” 2015 Online, 86-87

Moose, Ruth, Wedding Bell Blues: A Dixie Dew Mystery (St. Martin’s Press 2016), rev. by Teresa Bryson, “Murder, with a Side of Green Beans,” 2017 Online, 82-83

Morgan, Robert, Chasing the North Star (Algonquin Books, 2016), rev. by Rebecca Godwin, “Historical Truth in Fictional Form,” 2017 Online, 71-75

Morgan, Robert, Dark Energy (Penguin Books, 2015) and Sigodlin (Press 53, 2014), rev. by Randall Wilhelm, “Robert Morgan’s ‘Big Talk’,” 2016 Online, 54-57

Morgan, Robert, Good Measure: Essays, Interview, and Notes on Poetry (Louisiana State UP, 1993); Green River: New and Selected Poems (Wesleyan UP, 1991); Wild Peavines (Gnomon, 1996), rev. by David C. Ward, ““Morgenland”: The Poetry of Robert Morgan,” 1997, 124-129

Morgan, Robert, Topsoil Road (Louisiana State UP, 2000), rev. by Jake Adam York, “Strains of Country Music,” 2001, 149-154

Morgan, Robert, October Crossing: Poems (The Captain’s Bookshelf, 2009); Terroir (Penguin Poets, 2011), rev. by Karen K. Mason, “The Regional Poet and the World,” 2013 Online, 78-84

Moses, Shelia P., The Baptism (Simon & Schuster, 2007), rev. by Laureen Tedesco, “Rural and Urban Rites of Passage,” 2008, 184-187

Moten, Fred, The Little Edges (Wesleyan University Press, 2015), rev. by John Steen, “to sing praise,” 2017 Online, 38-39



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Naumoff, Lawrence, A Plan for Women (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1997), rev. by Kristina Knotts, ““loneliness, sexuality, and desire” in Carolina: A Review of Lawrence Naumoff’s A Plan for Women,” 1998, 184-186

Naumoff, Lawrence, A Southern Tragedy, in Crimson and Yellow (Zuckerman Cannon, 2005), rev. by Philip Gerard, “Novel Revisits Real-Life Catastrophe in Small Town,” 2006, 168-170

Neal, Dale, The Half-Life of Home (Casperian Books, 2013), rev. by Sharon Colley, “It’s Complicated,” 2014 Online, 82-83

New, Joan Cockrell, The River Bend (North Carolina Wesleyan College P, 1993), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Rivers of Time,” 1994, 194-196

Nieman, Valeria, Blood Clay (Press 53, 2011) rev. by Erica Plouffe Lazure, “Contemporary Carpetbaggers Call Carolina Home”, 2012 online, 42-44

Nieman, Valerie, Hotel Worthy (Press 53, 2015), rev. by Fred Chappell, “Falling Awake,” 2016 Online, 51-53

Nieman, Valerie, Wake Wake Wake (Press 53, 2006), rev. by Tom Lombardo, “Family, History, Land,” 2007, 214-218


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Obadike, Mendi Lewis, Armor and Flesh (Lotus, 2004), rev. by Debra Kang Dean, “Inside Out,” 2005, 181-183

Ocasio, Grace C., The Speed of Our Lives (BlazeVox Books, 2014), rev. by Elizabeth F. Oxler, “A ‘Sense’ of Self: Crafting Identity,” 2016 Online, 62-64

Osborn, Alice, Heroes without Capes (Main Street Rag, 2015), rev. by Laura Sloan Patterson, “Fathers, Villains, Heroes,” 2017 Online, 115-118

Owen, Guy, Journey for Joedel (Press 53, 2010), rev. by Casey Clabough, "(Re)Discovering Guy Owen: A 40th Anniversary Edition of Journey for Joedel," 2011, 186-187

Owens, Scott, Paternity (Main Street Rag Publishing, 2010), rev. by Felicia Mitchell with Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Images of Childhood,” 2010, 228-231

Owens, Scott, Something Knows the Moment (Main Street Rag, 2011); For One Who Knows How to Own Land (FutureCycle, 2012), rev. by Karen K. Mason, “The Regional Poet and the World,” 2013 Online, 78-84

Owens, Scott, Thinking About the Next Big Bang in the Galaxy at the Edge of Town (Main Street Rag 2015), rev. by Catherine Carter, “Family Business and ‘non-stupid optimism,” 2016 Online, 122-125

 

 

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Page, Walter Hines, The Southerner: A Novel (U of South Carolina P, 2008), rev. by Susan Prothro Wright, “Two North Carolina Reconstruction Novels,” 2010, 156-159

Parker, Michael, All I Have in this World (Algonquin Books, 2014), rev. by Jim Coby, “Present-Tense Drifters,” 2015 Online, 90-91

Parker, Gwendolyn M., Trespassing: My Sojourn in the Halls of Privilege (Houghton, Mifflin, 1997), rev. by Angeli R. Rasbury, “Weighing Down Life with Facts,” 2000, 191-192

Parker, Michael, Hello Down There (Scribner’s, 1993), rev. by Ivor S. Irwin, “Twelve Steps from the Blues,” 1993, 205-209

Parker, Michael, The Watery Part of the World (Algonquin Books, 2011), rev. by Matthew Luter, “Person, Place, Thing, or Idea: Reading the Past in Three North Carolina Set Historical Novels”, 2012 Online, 66-69

Parrish, Robin, Offworld: A Novel (Bethany House, 2009), rev. by Warren Rochelle, “Other Times and Places and Down Home,” 2010, 160-163

Payne, David, Back to Wando Passo (Harper Collins, 2006), rev. by Betina Entzminger, “North Carolina Novelists Revisit the Civil War Era,” 2007, 201-204

Payne, David, Barefoot to Avalon: A Brother’s Story (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2015), rev. by James W. Clark, Jr., “Just Say Please,” 2016 Online, 38-39

Peacock, Nancy, Life Without Water (Longstreet, 1996), rev. by Meredith Sue Willis, “Three First Novels,” 1997, 130-135

Perry, Drew, Kids These Days (Algonquin Books, 2014), rev. by Annie Frazier, “Pitfalls of Parenting,” 2015 Online, 83-84

Perry, Drew, This is Just Exactly Like You (Viking, 2010), rev. by Kristina L. Knotts, "Two Greensboro Novels Confront Loss," 2011, 203-205

Pierce, Constance, Hope Mills (Pushcart, 1997; Avon, 1999), rev. by Mary Kathryn Thornton, “A Hopeful Outlook in Hope Mills,” 2000, 53-54

Pinckney, Diana, The Beast and the Innocent, (FutureCycle Press, 2015), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “The One of Many Selves,” 2016 Online, 68-71

Pope, Deborah, Fanatic Heart (Louisiana State UP, 1992), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Inside to Out: The Poetics of Space,” 1993, 197-201

Pope, Deborah, Mortal World (Louisiana State UP, 1995), rev. by Virginia O. Craighill, “Lovers of Ashes,” 1996, 222-225

Porter, Joe Ashby, Touch Wood (Turtle Point, 2003), rev. by Sally Lawrence, “Seeking and Surviving,” 2004, 157-160

Poston, David E., Slow of Study (Main Street Rag, 2015), rev. by Jeanne Julian, “Restoring Faded Glory,” 2017 Online, 120-121

Powell, Dannye Romine, A Necklace of Bees (U of Arkansas P, 2008), rev. by Catherine Carter, “To Tell, Not To Tell, To Tell It Slant?” 2009, 167-170

Powell, Dannye Romine, Nobody Calls Me Darling Anymore, (Press 53, 2015), rev. by Joshua Clegg Caffery, “Friction as a Point of Departure,” 2016 Online, 73-75

Powell, Mark, Prodigals (U of Tennessee P, 2002), rev. by Paula Gallant Eckard, “What Lies Beneath: Myth, Memory, and Obsession,” 2003, 137-140

Pratt, Minnie Bruce, The Dirt She Ate: Selected and New Poems (U of Pittsburgh P, 2003), rev. by Christina G. Bucher, “A “book of pages waiting to be turned,”” 2006, 160-164

Pratt, Minnie, Bruce, Inside the Money Machine (Carolina Wren Press, 2011), rev. by Deborah Hooker, “Reports from Underground”, 2012 online, 46-48

Presnell, Barbara, Piece Work (Cleveland State UP, 2007), rev. by Felicia Mitchell, “Character, Myth and the Southern Voice: We’re not in Hee-Haw Anymore,” 2008, 74-77

Price, Charles F., The Cock’s Spur (John F. Blair, 2000), rev. by Jerry Leath Mills, “Civil War and Collateral Damage,” 2002, 167-169

Price, Reynolds, A Whole New Life (Atheneum, 1994), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213

Price, Reynolds, Feasting the Heart: Fifty-Two Commentaries for the Air (Simon and Schuster, 2000), rev. by James O. Chatham, “Radio Writers,” 2002, 177-179

Price, Reynolds, Kate Vaiden (Atheneum, 1986), Tongues of Angels (Atheneum, 1990), rev. by Mike Hamer, “The Tao of Disability,” 1995, 210-213


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Radavich, David, The Countries We Live In (Main Street Rag, 2014), rev. by George Hovis, “Mapping the Unknown Self,” 2015 Online, 101-107

Ramsey, Calvin Alexander and Bettye Stroud, Belle, the Last Mule at Gee’s Bend (Candlewick, 2011), rev. by Gabrielle Brant Freeman, “Learning Civil Rights Era History Through Picture Books,” 2013 Online, 90-91

Ramsey, Calvin Alexander, Ruth and the Green Book (Carolrhoda Books, 2010), rev. by Gabrielle Brant Freeman, “Learning Civil Rights Era History Through Picture Books,” 2013 Online, 90-91

Rash, Ron, Eureka Mill (Bench, 1998), rev. by Jake Adam York, “Strains of Country Music,” 2001, 149-154

Rash, Ron, Waking (Hub City Press, 2011), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Dark and Light – And Wonderment”, 2012 online, 39-41

Ravenel, Shannon, ed., New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1989 (Algonquin, 1989), New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1990 (Algonquin, 1990), New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1991 (Algonquin, 1991), New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1992 (Algonquin, 1992), New Stories from the South: The Year’s Best, 1996 (Algonquin, 1996), rev. by Michael Griffith, “New Wine in Old Bottles: New Stories from the South, 1986-1996,” 1997, 136-141

Reed, John Shelton and Dale Volberg Reed, with William McKinney, Holy Smoke: The Big Book of North Carolina Barbecue (U of North Carolina P, 2008), rev. by Jerry Leath Mills, “High on the Hog,” 2009, 256-258

Riggan, Rob, The Blackstone Comentaries (John F. Blair, 2007), rev. by Rebecca L. Godwin, “Justice Systems, Haunting and Broken,” 2008, 181-184

Rigsby, David, The Red Tower: New and Selected Poems (NewSouth Books, 2010) rev. by Al Maginnes, “Four for the Bookshelf, Four for the Future”, 2012 Online, 57-63

Roberts, Terry, That Bright Land (Tuner, 2016), rev. by Rebecca Godwin, “Historical Truth in Fictional Form,” 2017 Online, 71-75

Rochelle, Warren, The Called (Golden Gryphon, 2009), rev. by F. Brett Cox, "Other Voices, Other Worlds," 2011, 148-149

Ruark, Gibbons The Road to Ballyvaughan (Jacar Press, 2015), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Time Spent,” Online 2017, 138-140

Rumaker, Michael, Pagan Days (Circumstantial Productions Publishing, 1999), rev. by Jeffery Beam, “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Pagan,” 2002, 172-174

 

 

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Sandlin, Tim, Sorrow Floats (Henry Holt, 1992), rev. by Ivor S. Irwin, “Twelve Steps from the Blues,” 1993, 205-209

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Sedaris, David, Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim (Little, Brown, 2004), rev. by Randall Martoccia, “Imp of the Perverse,” 2005, 186-187

Shamp, Dawn, On Account of Conspicuous Women (Thomas Dunne Books, 2008), rev. by Joyce Compton Brown, “Three Women Writers: Breaching Boundaries To Create New Realities,” 2009, 235-237

Sherrill, Steven, The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break (John F. Blair, 2000), rev. by George Hovis, “Of Mythic Beasts and Mobile Homes I Sing,” 2001, 142-144

Simpson, Bland and Scott Taylor, The Coasts of Carolina: Seaside and Sound Country (University of North Carolina Press, 2010), rev. by Susan Schmidt, "What If More People Moved to North Carolina?" 2011, 61-67

Simpson, Bland, with photography by Ann Cary Simpson, Little Rivers and Waterway Tales: A Carolinian’s Eastern Streams (University of North Carolina Press, 2015), rev by Scott Hicks, “The Arts and Sciences of Tar Heel Waters,” 2017 Online, 59-61

Simpson, Bland, Two Captains from Carolina: Moses Grandy, John Newland Maffitt, and the Coming of the Civil War (U of North Carolina P, 2012), rev. by Willie J. Harrell, Jr., “The Triumph of the Human Spirit,” 2013 Online, 85-88

Simpson, Nancy, Echoes Across the Blue Ridge: Stories, Essays, and Poems by Writers Living In and Inspired By the Southern Appalachian Mountains (Winding Path Press, 2010), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, "Old North State Literary Treasures: A Guidebook and Two Anthologies," 2011, 143-147

Simpson, Nancy, Living Above the Frost Line: New and Selected Poems (Wren Press, 2010), rev. by Sally Buckner, "Through Decades, Fresh Visions of Reality," 2011, 206-214

Smith, Deborah, The Stone Flower Garden (Little Brown, 2002), rev. by Donna J. Summerlin, “Murder and Mayhem, Gothic and Grotesque,” 2002, 169-172

Smith, James, Don't Leave Hungry: Fifty Years of Southern Poetry Review (University of Arkansas Press, 2009), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, "Poetry Journals, Poetry Anthologies, and the Southern Poetry Review Anthology," 2011, 183-185

Smith, Katy Simpson, The Story of Land and Sea (Harper-Collins, 2015), rev. by Cheryl Dudasik-Wiggs, “In ‘the spaces between knowing and not knowing’,” 2016 Online, 114-115

Smith, Lee, Guests on Earth (Algonquin Books, 2013), rev. by John Hough, “Guests on Earth, Eternal Strangers, and Lost Souls,” 2014 Online, 62-63

Smith, Lee, On Agate Hill (Algonquin Books, 2006), rev. by Betina Entzminger, “North Carolina Novelists Revisit the Civil War Era,” 2007, 201-204

Smith, Lee, News of the Spirit (G.P. Putnam’s, 1997), rev. by Tanya Long Bennett, “The Fiery Soul of the (Extra)Ordinary: A Review of Lee Smith’s New Short Story Collection,” 1998, 179-181

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Smith, Michael Thomas, Letters from a North Carolina Unionist: John A. Hedrick to Benjamin S. Hedrick (1862–1865) (NC Dept. of Cultural Resources, 2001), rev. by Lorraine Hale Robinson, “Two Epistolary Offerings from the North Carolina Division of Archives and History,” 2015 Online, 66-69

Smith, Mike, Multiverse (BlazeVOX Books, 2010), rev. by Leah Miranda Hughes, “‘O, Multi-colored, Multiform’,” 2013 Online, 121-122

Smith, Steven E., A Short Report on the Fire at Woolworths: Selected New and Old Poems, 1980-2010 (Main Street Rag Publishing Company, 2010), rev. by Sally Buckner, "Through Decades, Fresh Visions of Reality," 2011, 206-214

Smith-Soto, Mark, Time Pieces (Main Street Rag, 2015), rev. by Kristy L. Ulibarri, “Mapping North Carolina, Locating Latinidad,” 2016 Online, 48-51

Soniat, Katherine, The Swing Girl (Louisiana State UP, 2011), rev. by John Hoppenthaler, “‘Have You Found Out How to Be Anything But Young?’,” 2013 Online, 112-115

Spence, June, “Missing Women” and Others (Riverhead, 1998), rev. by Joy Castro, “Energetic Disturbances: A Debut Short Story Collection by June Spence,” 1999, 168-171

Spencer, Elizabeth, Starting Over (Liveright, 2014), rev. by Sally Lawrence, “love just the way it is,” 2015 Online, 88-89

Squire, Elizabeth Daniels, Remember the Alibi (Berkley, 1994), Who Killed What’s-Her-Name? (Berkley, 1994), rev. by Janet Lembke, “The Uses of Murder Most Foul,” 1995, 202-207

Stacy, Judith Minthorn, Styles by Maggie Sweet (Banks Channel Books, 1999), rev. by Barbara Bennett, “New Voices in the New South,” 2001, 145-147

Stephenson, Shelby, The Hunger of Freedom (Red Dashboard, 2104), rev. by John Steen, “Carolina Mourning; or, Still Life with Squirrels,” 2015 Online, 118-121

Stephenson, Shelby, Plankhouse (North Carolina Wesleyan College P, 1993), rev. by F. Whitney Jones, “Bookmaking Made Beautiful,” 1994, 191-192

Stewart, Leah, The Myth of You and Me (Shaye Areheart Books, 2005; Three Rivers, 2006), rev. by L.A. Heberlein, “Grace, Myth, and Invention,” 2008, 187-191

Stick, David, An Outer Banks Reader, (U of North Carolina P, 1998), rev. by Tonita Branan, “An Edge on the Outer Banks,” 2001, 147-149

Suk, Julie, Lie Down With Me: New and Selected Poems (Autumn House, 2011), rev. by Catherine Carter, “An ‘Incorrigible Flirt’ and An ‘Underground Mission’,” 2013 Online, 116-117

Swift, Earl, Auto Biography (HarperCollins, 2014) rev. by Lisa Proctor, “Redemption, Inspired and Questioned,” 2015 Online, 95-97

 

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Tate, Eleanora, Celeste’s Harlem Renaissance (Little, Brown, and Company, 2007) rev. by Laureen Tedesco, “Rural and Urban Rites of Passage,” 2008, 184-187

Taylor, Eleanor Ross, Captive Voices: New and Selected Poems, 1960-2008 (Southern Messenger Poets) (Lousisanna State University P, 2009), rev. by Al Maginnes, “Four for the Bookshelf, Four for the Future”, 2012 Online, 57-63

Teicher, Morton I., Looking Homeward: A Thomas Wolfe Photo Album (U of Missouri P, 1993), rev. by Tim Hampton, “Pictures from a Lost World,” 1994, 189-190

Terres, John K., From Laurel Hill to Siler’s Bog: The Walking Adventures of a Naturalist (U of North Carolina P, 1993), rev. by Bland Simpson, “Two On Walking,” 1994, 188-189

Terry, Daniel Nathan, Waxwings: Poems (Lethe, 2012), rev. by Jake Adam York, “Gloss and Glossolia: Poets of Wit and Transformation,” 2013 Online, 112-125

Terry, John Skally, The Wax Cylinders: Julia Wolfe Interviews (Thomas Wolfe Society, 2008), rev. by Wiley Cash, “Four New Contributions to Thomas Wolfe Studies,” 2009, 249-254

Thompson, John Milliken, Love and Lament (Other Press, 2013), rev. by Alison Arant, “The Circuit Rider in a Sable Suit,” 2014 Online, 18

Tourgée, Albion W., Bricks without Straw (Duke UP, 2009), rev. by Susan Prothro Wright, “Two North Carolina Reconstruction Novels,” 2010, 156-159

Tyson, Timothy B., Blood Done Sign My Name: A True Story (Crown Publishers, 2004), rev. by Nicole Nolan Sidhu, “Tales from the “Other” White South,” 2006, 153-157

 

 

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Wallace, Allison, A Keeper of Bees: Notes on Hive and Home (New York: Random House, 2006), rev. by Susan Schmidt, "What If More People Moved to North Carolina?" 2011, 61-67

Wallace, Daniel, Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions (Algonquin, 1998), rev. by Erik Bledsoe, “Newsrooms and Fishing Ponds: First Novels from Two North Carolina Writers,” 1999, 171-173

Wallace, Daniel, Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician (Doubleday, 2008), rev. by George Hovis, “The Bible Salesman and The Magician,” 2009, 228-231

Walsh, William J., Speak So I Shall Know Thee: Interviews with Southern Writers (Down Home, 1990), rev. by Lois Redmond, “Changes in Latitude,” 196-198

Warlick, Ashley, The Distance from the Heart of Things (Houghton Mifflin, 1996), rev. by Meredith Sue Willis, “Three First Novels,” 1997, 130-135

Wharton, Laura, S., The Pirate’s Bastard (Second Wind Publishing, 2010), rev. by Matthew Luter, “Person, Place, Thing or Idea: Reading the Past in Three North Carolina Set Historical Novels”, 2012 Online, 66-69

Whisnant, Luke, Watching TV with the Red Chinese (Algonquin, 1992), rev. by Ivor S. Irwin, “Twelve Steps from the Blues,” 1993, 205-209

Whisnant, Luke, Down in the Flood (Iris, 2006), rev. by Lee Zacharias, “‘So much depends upon a red wheelbarrow’: A Review of Luke Whisnant’s Down in the Flood,” 2007, 105-107

Whitaker, Jennifer, The Blue Hour (University of Wisconsin Press, 2016), rev. by Laura Sloan Patterson, “Fathers, Villains, Heroes,” 2017 Online, 115-118

White, Charles Dodd, Lambs of Men (Casperian Books, 2010), rev. by Ed Piacentino, "Wars at Home and Abroad: An Appalachian Homecoming," 2011, 150-151

White, Charles Dodd, Sinners of Sanction County (Bottom Dog, 2011), rev. by Nick Ripatrazone, “Personal Sin/Public History: Penance Without Salvation,” 2013 Online, 75-77

White, Michael, Palma Cathedral (UP of Colorado, 1998), rev. by Jeffrey Franklin, “An Equal and Opposite Reaction: On the Poetry of Kathleen Halme and Michael White,” 1999, 177-180

White, Michael, re-entry (U of North Texas P, 2006), rev. by James Kimbrell, ““less a memory than a darker shade,”” 2007, 205-207

White, Michael, Travels in Vermeer  (Persea Books, 2015), rev. by Grace Horne, “Lessons in Perspective,” 2016 Online, 36-37

Whitlow, Carolyn Beard, Vanished (Lotus, 2006), rev. by Tom Lombardo, “Family, History, Land,” 2007, 214-218

Wilhelm, Randall The Ron Rash Reader (University of South Carolina Press, 2014), rev. by Elisabeth C. Aiken, “Minding the Gaps: Necessary Scholarship on the Works of Ron Rash,” 2017 Online, 64-66

Williams, Leslie, Success of the Seed Plants (Bellday Books, 2010), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “Means of Survival,” 2013 Online, 118-120

Wilson, Tamra, Dining with Robert Redford and Other Stories (Little Creek Books, 2011), rev. by Amanda Stevens, “Celebrity Watchers”, 2012 online, 18-21

Winters, Sandra Ann, The Place Where I Left You, (Salmon Poetry, 2014), rev. by Susan Laughter Meyers, “The One and Many Selves,” 2016 Online, 68-71

Wolfe, Thomas, The Death of Gant (Thomas Wolfe Society, 2007), The Four Lost Men: The Previously Unpublished Longer Version (U of South Carolina P, 2008), The Magical Campus: The U of North Carolina Writing, 1917-1920 (U of South Carolina P, 2008), rev. by Wiley Cash, “Four New Contributions to Thomas Wolfe Studies,” 2009, 249-254;

Wolfe, Thomas, Ed. Suzanne Stutman, The Good Child’s River (U of North Carolina P, 1991), Ed. James W. Clark Jr., The Lost Boy (U of North Carolina P, 1992), rev. by Willam G. Cherry III, “On Thomas Wolfe,” 1993, 191

Wolfe, Thomas, The Starwick Episodes (Louisiana State UP, 1994), rev. by James W. Clark Jr., “The Wolfe Train: Kennedy as Engineer,” 1995, 217-219

Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes, Hoi Toide on the Outer Banks: The Story of the Ocracoke Brogue (U of North Carolina P, 1997), rev. by Jeutonne Brewer, “Hoi Toide or Ebb Toide,” 1998, 88-89

Wood, Ernie, One Red Thread (Tyrus Books, 2014), rev. by Brianne Holmes, “The Backstory of the World,” 2016 Online, 120-121

Woodring, Susan, Goliath (St. Martin’s, 2012), rev. by Tanya Long Bennett, “A Giant in the Making: New Fiction from Susan Woodring,” 2013 Online, 126-129

Wright, Charles, Quarter Notes (U of Michigan P, 1995), rev. by Megan Simpson, “Naked in the Workshop, or, Demystifying the Teaching and Writing of Poetry,” 1996, 226-235

 

 

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Yellin, Jean Fagan, ed., The Harriet Jacobs Family Papers (U of North Carolina P, 2008), rev. by David A. Davis, “Telling Stories of Slavery,” 2010, 152-155

York, John Thomas, Cold Spring Rising (Press 53, 2012), rev. by Melissa Edmunson Makala, “Gone But Not Forgotten: Reminiscences of Family, Home, Love, and Loss,” 2013 Online, 54-57

York, Lynn, The Piano Teacher (Plume, 2004), rev. by Casey Clabough, “Mystery and History in 1980 North Carolina,” 2005, 188-189

Youmans, Marly, Glimmerglass (Mercer University Press, 2014), rev. by Lisa Wenger Bro, “Recapturing the Sublime,” 2016 Online, 112-114

Youmans, Marly, Ingledove (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005), rev. by Sara K. Day, “The Enchanting World of Adantis,” 2006, 171-172

 

 

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Zacharias, Lee, At Random (Fugitive Poets Press, 2013), rev. by Tanya Long Bennett, “Odds Favor At Random,” 2014 Online, 76-77

Zacharias, Lee, The Only Sounds We Make (Hub City Press, 2013), rev. by Brian Glover, “Bird Watching,” 2015 Online, 38-40

Zuber, Isabel, Red Lily (Press 53, 2010), rev. by Sally Buckner, "Through Decades, Fresh Visions of Reality," 2011, 206-214

Zuber, Isabel, Salt (Picador, 2002), rev. by Kristina L. Knotts, “attached to life at all four corners,” 2004, 154-157

 

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