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National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month

This month at “WesPress”—as we are known on our campus—we are celebrating Spring and National Poetry Month! Here are our latest and forthcoming poetry books. Use discount code Q301 if… READ MORE

Announcing “Baring Unbearable Sensualities”

Announcing “Baring Unbearable Sensualities”

Baring Unbearable Sensulaities brings together a bold methodology, an interdisciplinary perspective and a rich array of primary sources to deepen and complicate mainstream understandings of Hip Hop Dance, which have… READ MORE

Women’s History Month: Paris Press

Women’s History Month: Paris Press

March is Women’s History Month, celebrating the contributions of women in society. We thought it was a good time to draw attention to Paris Press. Paris Press (1995–2018) was founded… READ MORE

Recent Books by Black Authors

Recent Books by Black Authors

Read more about the books: Occasional Views Volume 1, Occasional Views Volume 2, and Letters from Amherst, by Samuel R Delany Asked What Has Changed and To See the Earth… READ MORE

Announcing “Ways of Voice”

Announcing “Ways of Voice”

Ways of Voice: Vocal Striving and Moral Contestation in North India and Beyond is the first ethnomusicological monograph to delve deeply into the diverse, variegated techniques of voice production in… READ MORE

Announcing “The Blue Split Compartments”

Announcing “The Blue Split Compartments”

“Through a wrenching psychoanalysis of the violence of aestheticization, Andrea Brady brings her intelligence and grief to the ways in which pastoral ethics implicate both drone attack and lyric poem…. READ MORE

Announcing “Funding Bodies”

Announcing “Funding Bodies”

Funding Bodies: Five Decades of Dance Making at the National Endowment for the Arts is the first scholarly study of NEA to focus specifically on dance. It departs from a… READ MORE

Announcing “The Past”

Announcing “The Past”

The poems in Wendy Xu’s third collection, The Past, fantasize uneasily about becoming a palatable lyric record of their namesake, while ultimately working to disrupt this Westernized desire. Who is… READ MORE

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