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Out now: Keith Gilyard’s Impressions: New and Selected Poems and Aldon Nielsen’s Back Pages: Selected Poems of A. L. Nielsen
'Being Here' was published by University Press of Kentucky in February 2022
Akash Belsare, Leland Tabares, and Nathaniel Windon will each begin tenure-track positions starting in Fall 2022.
Moody-Turner's new edited collection features a variety of works (some never-before-published) by the influential Black writer, thinker, and activist.
Anesko's new book considers Henry James's complex relationship to art—as creator, patron, and subject.
Foreman was recognized by the MacArthur Foundation for her work on nineteenth-century Black collective activism.
The $120,000 grant will support the Initiative's MAP book series.
FBI 6 Alum Jordan Carroll won the award for his first book, published in 2021 by Stanford University Press.
Aldon Nielsen grows his impressive bibliography of scholarly and creative works with two new publications.
Julia Kasdorf's fourth poetry collection addresses political issues while maintaining a personal voice.
Shara McCallum was recognized by the Guggenheim Foundation for her accomplishments as a poet.