Author: Madison Weaver

  • National Poetry Month with Shanee Stepakoff

    To wrap up National Poetry Month, we spoke with Bucknell author Shanee Stepakoff about poetry, publishing, and her forthcoming collection, Testimony: Found Poems from the Special Court for Sierra Leone. A remarkable collection of found poetry, Testimony is derived from public testimonies at a UN-backed war crimes tribunal in Freetown and aims to breathe new life […]

  • Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture, 1650-1850

    A Discussion with the Series Editors A landmark series in the long eighteenth-century and Romantic era, Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture, 1650-1850 publishes books that are timely, transformative, and global in their engagement with arts, literature, culture, and history. Here, we talk with series co-editors Miriam Wallace and Mona Narain about their vision for the series, […]

  • Women’s History Month with Misty Krueger

    Happy Women’s History Month! To celebrate, Bucknell University Press would like to share a few words from Misty Krueger, editor of Transatlantic Women Travelers, 1688-1843, followed by some of our own reading recommendations for learning about women’s lives throughout history.  Transatlantic Women Travelers is an important new collection that brings fresh perspectives on representations of […]

  • New Series Editor for Contemporary Irish Writers: Speaking with Anne Fogarty

    Bucknell University Press is honored to announce the appointment of Anne Fogarty as the new general editor of our Contemporary Irish Writers series. Fogarty is Full Professor of James Joyce Studies in the School of English, Drama, and Film at University College Dublin. The Contemporary Irish Writers series, with recent publications on Medbh McGuckian, Eavan […]

  • Celebrating Black History Month with our Griot Project Book Series

    Celebrate and learn during Black History Month with texts from the Griot Project Book Series, an interdisciplinary series published in association with the Griot Institute for the Study of Black Lives and Cultures.  A griot is a central figure in West African cultures that historically held many functions, including community historian, cultural critic, indigenous artist […]

  • A Year in Reviews

    Before we ring in 2021, Bucknell University Press would like to take a moment to celebrate the awards and reviews our books and authors earned in 2020 and recognize their impact on scholarship around the world. Avenues of Translation: The City in Iberian and Latin American Writing Avenues of Translation edited by Regina Galasso and […]

  • Celebrating Jane Austen Day

    December 16th marks the 245th anniversary of Jane Austen’s birth. In honor of this witty and astute writer, we’d like to share some of our favorite books that reconsider and elucidate her work. Each of these Jane Austen books were published as part of our longstanding Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture, 1650-1850 series, which explores literary, artistic, cultural, […]