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Review Excerpt: Times Literary Supplement

It is probably a good thing that not a single one of the writers collected in Carl H. Klaus and Ned Stuckey-French’s superbly useful and pioneering anthology, Essayists on the Essay, risks insisting on the essay’s outer boundaries, though many identify in Montaigne its sacred spring.”

—Thomas Karshan, Times Literary Supplement


“Why Do We Need University Presses?”

(with Bruce J. Miller). University of Missouri Press Blog, November 12, 2012


“Dear John, I’m Afraid It’s Over…”

Brevity Nonfiction Blog, 8 March 2012

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“Meeting Bobby Kennedy”

Cedars, Fall 2011


Review Excerpt: American Literature

Ned Stuckey-French’s The American Essay in the American Century seeks to emancipate the essay from a narrowly specialized audience.”

—Nancy McCabe, American Literature