renée ashley

nonfiction

tran(s)tudies, Essay: "Of a Kind: On Accommodation, Ptolemization, and Aging." January 2013.  http://www.transtudies.org/Ashley.html

Serving House Journal, Review of  What Island. November 2012

The Literary Review, Review: Seriously Funny: Poems about Love, Death, Religion, Art, Politics, Sex, and Everything Else, Barbara Hamby and David Kirby eds., Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2010. Fall 2010

The Literary Review, An Essay-Review of One More Theory About Happiness: a memoir, by Paul Guest, Ecco, and imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, NY, May 2010 and Happy: a  memoir, by Alex Lemon, Scribner, a division of Simon & Schuster Inc., NY,  January 2010.  Summer 2010

The Literary Review, An Essay-Review of Mary Jo Bang, The Bride of E, Minneapolis, MN: Graywolf Press, 2009. Louise Glück, A Village Life, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2009. Spring 2010

The Literary Review, Review: The Short List: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things, Randy O. Frost and Gail Steketee. NY: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010. Spring 2010

The Literary Review, Review: Wings Without Birds, by Brian Henry, Salt Publishing, London. Summer 2010

The Literary Review, Review: Lamon, Laurie. Without Wings. CavanKerry Press Ltd: Fort Lee, NJ, 2009. Winter 2010

The Literary Review, Review: Wagner, Pamela Spiro. We Mad Climb Shaky Ladders. CavanKerry Press Ltd: Fort Lee, NJ, 2009. Winter 2010

The Literary Review, Review: Eamon Grennan. Matter of Fact. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf Press. 2008

Gently Read Literature: “True Lines Not Mere Sentences: Renée Ashley on Dennis Hinrichsen’s Kurosawa’s Dog,” Sept. 1, 2009. http://gentlyread.wordpress.com/

The Literary Review, An Essay-Review of American Hybrid: A Norton Anthology of New Poetry, Cole Swensen and David St. John, eds.W.W. Norton & Co., NY: 2009. Summer 2009

poemeleon ."An Aesthetic of Anomaly: Edward Taylor's 'Preface' to his 'Gods Determinations,' My Mother and the Trolley, and Some Thoughts on Involuntary Comedy" is reprinted in  www.poemeleon.org/renee-ashley-essay/

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: The Art of Subtext: Beyond Plot by Charles Baxter and The Art of Attention: A Poet’s Eye by Donald Revell.” Summer 2008

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: Elegy by Mary Jo Bang.” Summer 2008.

Poets on Prozac: Essays on Psychiatric Treatment and the Creative Process, “Basic Heart: Depression and the Ordinary,” Richard Berlin, M.D. ed., Johns Hopkins University Press. 2008

Writers on the Job, “Bunny Noir,” Hopewell Publications. August 2008

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: Albert Goldbarth, The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems 1972- 2007."  Winter 2008

AWP Chronicle, “Writing on the Brink: Peripheral Vision and the Personal Poem.” May/Summer 2007

The Literary Review, “Sampling the Galaxy: Poets and Poetry in New Jersey.” Summer 2007

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: David Tucker’s Late for Work.” Summer 2007

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: Fanny Howe’s Selected Poems.” Spring 2007

Fulcrum: an annual of poetry and aesthetics, “Ut Pictura Poesis: The Picture in the Poem, or, Simple Perspective for Poets.” Number Five, 2006

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: Tess Gallagher’s Dear Ghosts.” Fall 2006

The Literary Review, “Editor’s Choice: Sarah Arvio’s Sono Cantos.” Summer 2006

Writers on the Job, “Bunny Noir,” Walter Cummins and Thomas E. Kennedy, eds. July 2005   http://webdelsol.com/LITARTS/OnTheJob/bunnynoir.html

Studies in American Humor: The Journal of the American Humor Studies Association, "An Aesthetic of Anomaly: Edward Taylor's 'Preface' to His 'Gods Determinations,' My Mother and the Trolley, and Some Thoughts on Involuntary Comedy." Fall 1997

 

 
 

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