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Briefly Noted: Swimming in Hong Kong by Stephanie Han

by Jennifer S. Deayton
Jennifer S. Deayton on "Swimming in Hong Kong" by Stephanie Han. The collection is, according to Deayton, "More observational than plot-heavy, Han’s stories revolve around characters who find themselves at breaking points both large and small." Click here to read the full review!

Briefly Noted: Latino/a Literature in the Classroom edited by Frederick Luis Aldama

by Daniel A. Olivas
Daniel A. Olivas on "Latino/a Literature in the Classroom: Twenty-first-century approaches to teaching": "the first volume of its type" .. "scholarly yet practical" .. "there's little doubt this volume will become a mainstay" .. click here to read!

Briefly Noted: Coming Home from Camp and Other Poems by Lonny Kaneko

by Muriel Nelson
Muriel Nelson reviews Lonny Kaneko's "Coming Home from Camp and Other Poems," which is a deep meditation on concentration camps run in the United States during World War II.

Briefly Noted: Garments Against Women by Anne Boyer

reviewed by Michael Lindgren
12/7/16-- Michael Lindgren reviews Anne Boyer's freewheeling book of prose poetry "Garments Against Women", a text that improvises on themes of feminist identity, precarity, illness, the nature of capital, and the twin poles of production and consumerism.

Briefly Noted - October 7, 2015

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Vol. 4 Issue 4. October 7, 2015. Ed. Paul Hanson Clark.

Excavation: A Memoir by Wendy C. Ortiz | Reviewed by Alyssa Martino Trespass by Thomas Dooley | Reviewed by Anna Saikin Things We Lost in the Fire by Vuyelwa Maluleke | Reviewed by Katie Schmid

Briefly Noted - August 26, 2015

Quick-to-Read Reviews

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Vol. 4 Issue 3. August 26, 2015. Ed. Paul Clark.

The Stranger's Child by Alan Hollinghurst | Reviewed by Dirk van Nouhuys Hemingway on a Bike by Eric Freeze | Reviewed by Ryan Borchers Bird from Africa by Viola Allo | Reviewed by Ryler Dustin

Briefly Noted - May 28, 2015

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Monthly book reviews in brief from the staff of Prairie Schooner and associates.

Vol. 4 Issue 3. May 28, 2015. Ed. Paul Clark.

City of Eternal Spring by Afaa Michael Weaver | Reviewed by Karen An-hwei Lee Unexploded by Alison Macleod | Reviewed by Jennifer S. Deayton Brown Girl, Brownstones by Paule Marshall | Reviewed by Jyotsna Sreenivasan

Briefly Noted - April 22, 2015

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Monthly book reviews in brief from the staff of Prairie Schooner and associates.

Vol. 4 Issue 2. April 22, 2015. Ed. Paul Clark.

Salsa Nocturna by Daniel José Older | Reviewed by Sarah Mack The Cartographer's Ink by Okla Elliott | Reviewed by Maggie Smith Vulgar Remedies by Anna Journey | Reviewed by Maggie Trapp

Briefly Noted - March 11, 2015

Quick-to-Read Reviews

Monthly book reviews in brief from the staff of Prairie Schooner and associates.

Vol. 4 Issue 1. March 11, 2015. Ed. Paul Clark.

Unaccompanied Minors by Alden Jones | Reviewed by David Weinstein Beastings by Benjamin Myers | Reviewed by Armel Dagorn Harm by Hillary Gravendyk | Reviewed by Maureen Alsop

Briefly Noted - October 9, 2014

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Monthly book reviews in brief from the staff of Prairie Schooner and associates.

Vol. 3 Issue 6. October 9, 2014. Ed. Paul Clark.

The Map of What Happened by Susan Elbe | Reviewed by James Crews You Will Never See Any God: Stories by Ervin Krause | Reviewed by Tom Bennitt Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill | Reviewed by Ellen Birkett Morris

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