Professor LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, was reviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books. SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS was published in February by Coffee House Press.
"On Second Thought" host Virginia Prescott spoke with Dr. Ed Pavlić about James Baldwin's writings on places like Atlanta and Charlotte help people understand the South of today.
Sarah Fawn Montgomery, poet and assistant professor at Bridgewater State University, reviewed LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, for the Poetry Foundation.
Professor Barbara McCaskill has accepted an invitation from the selection committee to present the Alain LeRoy Locke Lecture Series at Harvard University's Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.
University of Georgia English Department Ph.D. student Jacob Sunderlin is the recipient of a Creative Writing Poetry Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Sunderlin is one of only 35 poets from across the United States to be awarded one of the 2019 poetry grants.
LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS (Coffee House Press, 2019), received a glowing review from the Minnesota Star Tribune.
This is (Not) What I Expected: Difference and Dignity through Literature and the Arts: a series of events centered around and inspired by Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric (2014)
LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS (Coffee House Press, 2019), received a glowing review from Foreward Reviews.
From the article: "Intriguing, poetic, and disturbing, this play opens up a whole new biographical interpretation for Mary Todd Lincoln."
Dr. Ed Pavlić's latest book, ANOTHER KIND OF MADNESS, was reviewed by Publishers Weekly.
Professor LeAnne Howe's latest book, SAVAGE CONVERSATIONS, was reviewed by Publishers Weekly. "Although revisionist in scope, Howe’s drama taps emotional undercurrents that course imperceptibly through conventional historical narratives."