Interlinked poems of love for a hospitalized infant. Finishing Line Press, 2019.
Interdisciplinary collection examines how religion was debated and deployed in the nineteenth century. Ohio State UP, 2019.
Examines the emergence of a distinct women's rhetoric in the American Female Moral Reform Society.
University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019.
A new assessment of Thomas Hoccleve's role as a religious author and poetic mediator.
Liverpool UP, 2018.
How and why Mark Twain has been "under fire" from the advent of his career to the present day.
Camden Press, 2016; Boydell & Brewer, 2018.
How modern poetry engages with constructed green spaces in America. University of Virginia Press, 2017.
A comprehensive study of the award-winning Midwestern author of fiction and nonfiction. University of South Carolina Press, 2017.
The zombie apocalypse as an archetypal narrative for the contemporary world. Oxford University Press, 2017.
Intimate poems that cut through the climate of silence surrounding mental illness and treatment.
Bull City Press, 2017.
A captivating YA thriller: one missing girl, one radical church, one day with a sister determined to solve her disappearance.
Lakewater Press, 2017.
An anthology of poems by post-war authors that capture British nostalgia for parish churches.
Traces the influence of Christian and Classical prototypes in ideas and depictions of the divine face. Bloomsbury, 2015.
This study helps readers better understand the life and major works of Seamus Heaney.
Edinburgh UP, 2016.
A study of print-mediated spiritual communion in Britain during the nineteenth century.
Ohio State UP, 2015.
Examines representations of housework in sixty popular television shows of the 1950s - 1980s. Lexington Books, 2015.
Christine de Pizan's landmark defense of women, written in French, edited side-by-side with an English translation from Henry VIII's reign.
Rich ground for creative expression exists in the search for answers to the question: What lies in store for us after we die?
Oxford University Press, 2015.
Regional voices that inspired Heaney offer a unified understanding of his body of work.
Winner of the 2014 Robert Penn Warren-Cleanth Brooks Award.
Stories that explore the profound effects of what it is to lose and be lost. Winner of the 2015 PEN/Hemingway Award.
Oral storytelling in the works of black and white Southern writers.
University of Alabama Press, 2014.
on the intersections of
rhetoric and Christianity from prominent and emerging scholars.
Award-winning first book by Chloe Honum, finalist for 2015 PEN Center USA Literary Award in Poetry.
Cleveland State University Press, 2014.
Complete analysis of
D.H. Lawrence as a religious man, thinker and artist from 1915 onward.
Analyzes profound implications of place in Friel’s five best-known and critically acclaimed plays.
Syracuse UP, 2013.
Rhetorical opportunities in the 19th century Methodist church increased women's presence in the public sphere. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012.
Bold new assessment of the work of one of America's most celebrated writers.
Louisiana State UP, 2011.