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I Am Not Your Negro

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Worldwide Screening of the international literature festival berlin (ilb) is taking place around the globe today. Over 40 institutions in over 20 countries will screen and discuss the film I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck both digitally and analogue. […]

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Book Stew Interview

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Thank you Eileen MacDougall for a lively discussion of Stamford 76 on Book Stew last month on WCTV.  

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Book Review: Dark Side of the Ocean

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Stamford ’76 in the Colorado Review

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https://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/reviews/stamford-76/   Stamford ’76 Nonfiction By JoeAnn Hart Reviewed By Lisa Harries Schumann Excavation of the past is exacting work. In Stamford ’76, JoeAnn Hart unearths facts and memories in a book that is part true crime story and part exploration of a personal past as a young, white woman in a relationship with a black […]

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Stamford ’76, Hippocampus Review

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Review: Stamford ’76 by JoeAnn Hart  

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Paths to Publication: Small Presses and University Presses

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It surprises me, and makes me a little sad, when I hear writers say they have given up on a book manuscript. Either they have an agent who has exhausted the traditional Big Five publishing houses (Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster), or they were unable to secure an agent in […]

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Oink, A Review

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OINK Exisle Publishing, November 2019 By Renée Hollis     There is a saying in the book reviewer world, that if you review a book with a pig on the cover, you will be destined to review all books with pigs on the cover. And so it has come to pass. Not long ago I […]

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Brevity Review, by Debbie Hagan

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  By Debbie Hagan As I read JoeAnn Hart’s page-turning memoir/crime story, Stamford ’76: A True Story of Murder, Corruption, Race, and Feminism in the 1970s, I traveled back some forty years to a more hopeful, idealistic time—the late sixties/early seventies. As Hart writes, “we closed our eyes and divined a future, a utopian world with pleasure […]

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Allowed to Grow Old

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  Allowed to Grow Old Portraits of Elderly Animals From Farm Sanctuaries  By Isa Leshko Foreword by Sy Montgomery Essays by Gene Baur and Anne Wilkes Tucker University of Chicago Press, 2019 First, a disclaimer. While I wouldn’t call it a sanctuary, my husband and I do take in livestock rescues from time to time, […]

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Interview, Los Angeles Review of Books

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I Could Not Even Trust My Own Mind: Dinah Lenney Interviews JoeAnn Hart Dinah Lenney interviews JoeAnn Hart AUGUST 14, 2019 “IT WAS IN THE SPRING of 1999, during the-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it buildup to the millennium, when time and its significant markers were much on the collective mind, that I started thinking about writing a short piece about Howie […]

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