It’s here! “The Forgotten Alcott: Essays on the Artistic Legacy and Literary Life of May Alcott Nieriker” landed on my doorstep.

IMPORTANT UPDATE:  Please note that the book is currently unavailable for purchase due to errors on the part of the publisher. The editors are working closely with Routledge to correct this situation.  Once settled,  The Forgotten Alcott will be made available for purchase again. On behalf of the editors and fellow contributors, I apologize for announcing this book prematurely.

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I will be writing a lot more about this book as I read through it. The Forgotten Alcott was edited by Azelina Flint and Lauren Hehmeyer. Essayists include:

  • Daniel Shealy
  • Azelina Flint
  • Lauren Hehmeyer
  • Amanda C. Burdan
  • Ariel Clark Silver
  • Marlowe Daly-Galeano
  • Kristi Lynn Martin
  • John Matteson
  • Jan Turnquist

routledge logoThe book is still on sale (although quite pricey in hardbound) through Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group Publishers.

I want to publicly thank Azelina and Lauren for the opportunity to contribute to this first academic study of May Alcott Nieriker. Never in my wildest dreams did I think starting this blog in 2010 would come to this! I am humbled and grateful.

More to come . . .

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