Derek Emerson is a college administrator who also teaches entry-level English. He has his Masters in Professional Writing from Western Michigan University and has been involved in freelance writing, editing, layout, and design work for over ten years. His main interests revolve around cultural issues including books, theatre, music, and dance. He is also the devoted and proud father of four children and astonished husband of the same woman for over 26 years.
Lara Vapnyar has created a second outstanding collection of short stories, this time with the common theme of food.
Dean Kuipers gives an in depth and sympathetic look into the radical environmentalist movement through one of its most famous members.
Jack Ridl creates a book of poetry which will appeal to both lovers of poetry and those who run from it.
Gloria Lisé has created a powerful novel showing the human side of 30,000 people's disappearance in 1976 Argentina.
Randa Jarrar's debut novel is a coming of age story, but with a distinctly international twist.
A young surgeon offers a glimpse inside the world of surgery and we discover the humanity behind the masks.
Robert Glennon provides a well reasoned presentation of America's water crisis and suggestions of what to do about it.
Grahame-Smith's attempt making Jane Austen more humorous fails due to lack of courage.
Henry Ford's American Dream meets Brazilian jungle. Bad novel? Actually the subject of the non-fiction Fordlandia.