Upcoming Fall Travels:
New York, Toronto, Philadelphia, DC (See Events page.)
My Summer Travels: Glasgow
A report on "Hidden in Plain Sight" (May 24-26) in Glasgow, organized by Arika, which brings together artists and scholars for what they call an "Episode." (See News page.)
Interview with Lydia Perovic in Daily Xtra: click here
Interview with Linden Kueck on UTexas Dept of English website: click here
Elaine Showalter on Depression: A Public Feeling in The Chronicle Review
An interesting discussion of my book in Elaine Showalter's review essay on anxiety in American culture.
Otherwise: Queer Scholarship Into Song
in The New York Times
Read the review of Kay Turner's musical revue/ book party featuring the unconventional transformation of recently released queer scholarly works into original songs -- in which "lessons are otherwise learned and you go home humming an academic tome!!" Featuring not only my book but many other recent releases, including Lisa Cohen's All We Know, Carolyn Dinshaw's How Soon is Now?, Barbara Browning's I'm Trying to Reach You, forthcoming books by Ann Pellegrini and Tavia N'yongo, and many more -- including Kay's own Transgressive Tales: Queering the Grimms, which gives you the queer fairy tales you always wanted. See "News" for more details.
Lambda Literary Awards Finalist!
Depression: A Public Feeling is a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award in the LGBT Studies category.
One-Sentence Review in The New York Times
Depression: A Public Feeling got a one-sentence review in The New York Times Sunday Magazine: "Aesthetics, anecdotes and evidence against the medical model."