Q&A with Jean Wyatt, author of Love and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison’s Later Novels

This month we published Love and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison’s Later Novels by Jean Wyatt, professor of English at Occidental College and author of Risking Difference: Identification, Race, and Community in Contemporary Fiction and Feminism. Wyatt’s new book looks at the literary interplay between the depiction of love and its stylistic expression in Morrison’s later works. Curious…

Deal of the Week: A Boy From Georgia

Each week, we will feature one or more of our titles for a special sale (50% off the list price) for one week only. The sale will run from Monday-Monday and be available exclusively on our website. Remember, web orders over $25 qualify for free shipping. (US-only, USPS media mail.) BUY NOW Our deal of…

EXCERPT: “Here” by Kristen Radtke

To celebrate International Women’s Day we’re posting the graphic essay “Here” by Kristen Radtke, which comes from the recently published collection Waveform: Twenty-First-Century Essays by Women edited by Marcia Aldrich.  

UGA Press Mellon Diversity Fellow Moves On

In January 2016 the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded a four-year, $682,000 grant to the University of Washington Press to create a pipeline program to diversify academic publishing by offering apprenticeships in acquisitions departments. The University of Georgia Press, the MIT Press, Duke University Press, and the AAUP  signed on as partners, and the University Press Diversity…