“A Postmodern Moment with Don DeLillo at the University of Texas,” by Professor Don Graham has just been published in The Mailer Review‘s Fall 2014 issue.
Mary Pauline Lowry’s new book, Wildfire, was published last month by Skyhorse Books. Anthony Swofford says, “It’s been a damn long time since a novel knocked me around and made me care this way. The Hotshots’ world is exotic and specialized and the entry she offers is stunning and rare. But it is the heart of this book you will most want to know. Here is an original and special voice.”
Here’s Lowry in the New York Times Lives column.
The Americans Society in New York will host a conversation between Professor Rolando Hinojosa-Smith and writer Carmen Boullosa on November 19th.
An 8-page spread of Professor Kurt Heinzelman’s poetry has been published in Variations, the literary magazine of the University of Zürich.
Professor Heinzelman has just returned from judging The International Dylan Thomas Prize, “given to the best published or produced literary work in the English language, written by an author aged 39 or under,” and won this year by Joshua Ferris.
Professor Peter LaSalle’s new book, What I Found Out About Her: Stories of Dreaming Americans, winner of the 2014 Richard Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction, has been published by the University of Notre Dame Press.
In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews calls the stories “subtle, evocative, haunting—and brilliantly written.”