"Remixing Lorca, Recounting the Word." American Book Review, v16 n5 Dec. 1994/Feb. 1995, p. 20, 31. (on recent poetry by Jerome Rothenberg)
The American Book Review is an internationally distributed publication that publishes six times a year. It specializes in reviews of frequently neglected works of fiction, poetry, and literary and cultural criticism from small, regional, university, ethnic, avant-garde, and women's presses. For over thirty years, ABR has focused on the overlooked literary world.
Project MUSE - American Book Review
Friends of ABR Endowment
This three-year project’s goal is to raise $1 million from local and regional individuals, foundations and corporations. Revenue generated by these endowment funds will insure American Book Review’s on-going viability and permanent residence at UHV. Funds will also facilitate the development of undergraduate and graduate curriculum in the publishing arts.
ABR has lost a dear friend. Contributing Editor William Demby passed on May 23, 2013. He will be greatly missed. Our deepest condolences to his friends and family. welcomes its newest Contributing Editor, .The staff at American Book Review is greatly saddened to report the loss of . He led a great reading and discussion at UHV just a few weeks ago as the closing speaker in our Fall 2012 series. Jake was a great poet and a good friend. He will be missed. For his friends and fans, here is the .Each author’s agenda is tailored to best meet the needs of UHV students and faculty as well as raise UHV’s profile by providing face-to-face interaction with the widely recognized writers, critics and experts who write and edit the American Book Review. UHV/ABR Reading Series on-campus presentations and off-campus reading/receptions provide the community with unprecedented access to artists in an intimate, personal environment. In addition, area public and private high-school English students and teachers are invited to participate.