Awards and Grants
  Citations and Acknowledgments

Cooperman, Robert, Their Wars, (jacket blurb), 2018

Bracker, Jonathan, Concerning Poetry, Bexley, OH: Upper Hand Press, 2018 (jacket blurb)

Yozzo, John, Only Wonder, Cheyenne, OK: Village Books, 2017

Grant, Lyman, Old Men on Tuesday Mornings, Austin, TX: Alamo Bay Press, 2017 (jacket blurb)

Seale, Jan, Ordinary Charms, Beaumont, TX: Lamar University Literary Press, 2017 (jacket blurb)

Geyer, Andrew and Jerry Craven, Parallel Hours, Fort Worth, TX: Angelina River Press, 2017 (jacket blurb)

Johnson, Gretchen, Single in Southeast Texas, Gretchen Johnson, Kirksville, MO: Golden Antelope Press, 2017 (jacket blurb)

Hoerth, Katherine Hoerth, “Goodbye, Mexico: Poems of Remembrance,” Tupelo Quarterly, July, 2016

Parsons, David M., “Goodbye, Mexico: Poems of Remembrance,”

Hartman, Michelle, Irony and Irreverence, Beaumont, TX: Lamar University Press, 2015

Davis, Robert Murray, Levels of Incompetence, Beaumont, TX: Lamar University Press, 2014

Gail Fail, Memoirs of a Biologist: Coyotes Ate My Cat and Other Tales, Fort Worth, TX: Angelina River Press, 2014

Michelle Hartman, Disenchanted and Disgruntled, Temple, TX: Ink Brush Press, 2013

Barbara Astor, High into the Blue, Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2012

Greenfield Jones, Don’t Lose This, It’s My Only Copy, Temple, TX: Ink Brush Press, 2012

Jeffrey C. Alfier, The City without Her, St. John, KS: Kindred Spirit Press, 2012

Gretchen Johnson, The Joy of Deception and Other Stories, Temple, TX: Ink Brush Press, 2012

Andrew Geyer, Dixie Fish. Temple, TX: Ink Brush Press, 2011

Millard Dunn, Places We Could Never Find Alone. Temple, TX: Ink Brush Press, 2011

Allison Scardino Belzer, Women and the Great War: Femininity under Fire in Italy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010

Mark Taksa, The Invention of Love, Greensboro, NC: March Street Press, 2010

John Sibley Williams, A Pure River, Patterson, NY: Last Automat Press, 2010

R. T. Castleberry, Arriving at the Riverside, Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2010

Busby, Mark and Dick Heaberlin. “Stylin’.” Southwestern American Literature, 35(1):7-8, 2009

Zachary Leader, ed. The Movement Reconsidered: Essays on Larkin, Amis, Gunn, Davie and Their Contemporaries, New York: Oxford University Press, 2009

Peter Middleton, “Institutions of Poetry in Postwar Britain,” A Concise Companion to Post-War British and Irish Poetry, Nigel Alderman and C. D. Blanton, eds. Maldon, MA: Blackwell, 2009

Jean Ward, “Elizabeth Jennings: An Exile in Her Own Country,” Literature and Theology, 21(2):198-213, 2007

Tessa Kale, The Columbia Granger’s Index to Poetry in Anthologies, 13th edition, New York: Columbia University Press, 2007

Stuart A. Wright, Patriots, Politics, and the Oklahoma City Bombing, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007

Robert Cooperman, A Killing Fever, Denver, CO: Ghost Road Press, 2006 (jacket blurb)

Lyman Grant, The Road Home, Austin, TX: Dalton Publishing, 2006

Jeff Guinn, “A Woman of Her Words,” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, September 11, 2005

James Ward Lee, Adventures with a Texas Humanist, Fort Worth, TX: TCU Press, 2004

Linda Cullum, ed. Contemporary American Ethnic Poets: Lives, Works, Sources, Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood, 2004

Betty Holland Wiesepape, Lone Star Chapters: The Story of Texas Literary Clubs, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 2004

John Brannigan, Orwell to the Present: Literature in England, 1945-2000, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2003

Mark Busby, “Texas and the Great Southwest,” The Blackwell Companion to American Regional Literature, Charles L. Crow, ed. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2003

Sandra Gail Teichmann, Killing Daddy, Spring, TX: Panther Creek Press, 2003 (jacket blurb)

Wendy Barker, The Poems’ Progress, Spring, TX: Absey and Company, 2002

Janice Whittington and Andrew Hudgins, eds., The Waltz He Was Born For: An Introduction to the Writing of Walt McDonald, Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2002 (jacket blurb)

Larry D. Thomas, The Woodlanders, San Antonio, TX: Pecan Grove Press, 2002 (jacket blurb)

Roy R. Barkley and Mark F. Odintz, eds. The Portable Handbook of Texas, Austin, TX: Texas State Historical Association, 2000

Nellie M. Perry and Sandra Gail Teichmann, Woman of the Plains: The Journals and Stories of Nellie M. Perry, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 2000

Betty Wiesepape, Literary Societies and Writing Clubs 1890 to 1940: Their Role in the Development of Regional Literature, University of Texas at Dallas, 1998 (doctoral dissertation)

Robert Gish, Beautiful Swift Fox: Erna Fergusson and the Modern Southwest, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 1996

Jerry Craven, Tickling Catfish: A Texan Looks at Culture from Amarillo to Borneo, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 1996

Robert Gish, Nueva Granada: Paul Horgan and the Southwest, College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 1995

David Vancil, The Homesick Patrol, Woodbridge, CT: Viet Nam Generation & Burning Cities Press, 1995 (jacket blurb)

Albert Huffstickler, Working on My Death Chant, Austin, TX: Backyard Press, 1992 (jacket blurb)

M. Jimmie Killingsworth, Whitman’s Poetry of the Body: Sexuality, Politics, and the Text, Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1991

Russ Pate, “Going Public,” Spirit, March, 1991

“Alexander L. Blackburn,” Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 1985, Detroit: Gale, 1986

“Gary Soto,” Contemporary Literary Criticism, 32, Detroit: Gale, 198. Reprinted in Literature Criticism Series,

John Simon, Paradigms Lost, New York: Potter, 1980

John Rothfork, “The Swiftest Lizard in the West,” Smudge, 1980