Nikki Wallschlaeger’s latest poetry collection, Waterbaby, invites and resists reading.
Early in Richard Merelman’s poetry collection A Door Opens, a teenage boy appears surrounded by “A sea of images, language, / sensation” exploring sex and violence.
Margaret Rozga’s latest collection consists of poems from three previous collections—200 Nights and One Day, Justice Freedom Herbs, Pestiferous Questions: A Life in Poems—as well as newer poems, some of which she wrote d
After writing Studying Wisconsin, a biography of Increase Lapham co-authored with Paul Hayes, Martha Bergland was looking for another Wisconsin scientist whose life and work deserved more attention.
Godspeed is a thriller by a writer with considerable literary chops.
The Comfort of Monsters casts a wide net over a neglected city and its people.
For those of us who have been taking shelter among words during the Covid-19 pandemic, a new collection of Wisconsin poetry created just for the occasion has arrived.
The Blondes of Wisconsin provides an intimate look into the lives of the working-class Polish-Americans who live and love and work in northern Wisconsin.
A family’s history, like an old jigsaw puzzle, often has missing pieces, stories forgotten or kept secret.
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