Grist Book Reviews
Reviewed by Jody Hobbs Hesler // May 28, 2019 Renee Simms’ outstanding debut collection, Meet Behind Mars from Wayne State University Press, captivates with fully-imagined characters who
How to Renew the People and the Land: Stephanie Anderson’s One Size Fits None: A Farm Girl’s Search for the Promise of Regenerative Agriculture
Review by John Nichols // February 13, 2019University of Nebraska Press$21.95, pp.321 Stephanie Anderson’s One Size Fits None: A Farm Girl’s Search for the Promise of
Review by Shane Stricker // December 27, 2018 C&R Press$10.00, pp. 54 Brenna Womer’s Atypical Cells of Undetermined Significance (C&R Press, 2017) unfurls like a person aging, unfolding, unraveling, becoming itself. It is
Reviewed by Emily Bradley // December 2, 2019The Kent State University Press, 2019Paperback, 98 pages Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach’s The Many Names for Mother is a collection of
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