Books Acquired Recently: Dove & Hudson Edition

Yesterday I made a trip to Dove & Hudson Old Books in Albany, one of my favorite bookstores and the best I’ve found in the state of New York other than the Strand. I only bought four books because I’ve been spending a lot on books lately, but there were a number of others thatContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently: Dove & Hudson Edition”

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Books Acquired Recently

I recently went to a writing retreat at Laurelville Mennonite camp where we discussed the subject of theopoetics quite a bit. I bought Ewing’s, Lorde’s, and Remer’s books as a result because I feel the need to do more reading on the subject. I purchased Gay Latino Studies because I have done very little readingContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently”

Books Acquired Recently: Mostly Mennonite Edition

Cliff, Michelle. Free Enterprise. New York: Dutton, 1993. I heard a presentation about this novel at Northeast MLA and it sounded interesting because of its treatment of pacifism and violence, so I decided to buy it since I have enjoyed my previous experiences with Cliff’s writing. Denise, Cheryl. I Saw God Dancing. Telford, PA: DreamSeeker Books,Continue reading “Books Acquired Recently: Mostly Mennonite Edition”

Books Acquired Recently

Addiss, Stephen. The Art of Haiku: Its History Through Poems and Paintings by Japanese Masters. Boston: Shambhala, 2012. Yesterday I went to a poetry reading in Ithaca, New York, and stopped at two bookstores during the trip. I bought this book at The Bookery, a delightful, labyrinthine used bookshop. Barnhart, Danielle, and Iris Mahan, ed.Continue reading “Books Acquired Recently”