John Yau is an award-winning poet, fiction
writer and critic. His latest work, Further Adventures in Monochrome,
delves into identity and aging through poems that are at once insightful and enigmatic. Yau earned his bachelor’s
Considered the poet laureate of
the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes drew on jazz and blues for rhyme,
rhythm and words. His poetry is easily adapted for music and jazz guitarist Ken
Hatfield heard the grooves
The poems in High Art & Love Poems by Keith Gaustad are striking with their smart language and unique lyrics. These concise and deliberate chapbook poems are submerged in deep feeling while being accessible to all readers by offering a...
A sequel always comes with heightened anticipation for readers and Queen of America, a continuation of the 2005 bestselling novel The Hummingbird’s Daughter by Luis Alberto Urrea, is a follow-up that stands alone
Francisco-based Phil Cousineau
has 15 documentary screenwriting credits, beginning in 1987 with The Hero’s
Journey, focusing on his mentor Joseph Campbell and predating the Bill Moyers
series of Campbell interviews...
Local author Matthew Flynn pits Milwaukee versus Washington in the fast-paced, funny novel Pryme Knumber. Fifteen-year-old Bernie Weber is just an ordinary high-school student until he is discovered by the CIA, Washington and Yale for his...
Willis Barnstone, poet and Indiana University comparative literature professor, has been on a mission to shine new light on the sacred writings of Jews and Christians. The latest chapter in his often-intriguing project recovers the poetry at the heart...
In their introduction, Oxford Hindu studies professor Gavin Flood and American poet Charles Martin make their case for the enduring relevance of the Bhagavad Gita. Aside from its canonical status in the Hindu scriptures, with its emphasis...