Last night's event with PBS Newshour anchor Judy Woodruff and former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood went exceedingly well. The interview and book signing took place at the WTVP station in Peoria, Illinois. Learn more about Seeking Bipartisanship which comes recommended by both Republican and Democrat politicians and political scientists. Like Cambria Press on Facebook,… Continue reading PBS Newshour Anchor Judy Woodruff Interviews former Secretary Ray LaHood about his new book, Seeking Bipartisanship
Cambria Press congratulates Karen An-hwei Lee on the superb review of her new book Anglophone Literatures in the Asian Diaspora: Literary Transnationalism and Translingual Migrations by the International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies (IJCLTS)! The journal review praises the book because of "the use of concepts such as translation and migration in a… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: Anglophone Literatures in the Asian Diaspora is “ambitious, and it certainly succeeds”!
Another fantastic thing for Cambria Press at this year's MLA (as was the case last year for Nobel laureate Gao Xingjian's book and E. K. Tan's much-lauded book) is how some titles were published right in the nick of time for the MLA! It is even better when the author is there to see the… Continue reading Cambria Press @ 2014 MLA: Yet another fantastic reason why #MLA14 was a great success!
We were delighted when we had an unexpected visitor at the Cambria Press booth at the MLA annual convention--Brigitta Olubas all the way from Australia! Dr. Olubas is the author of Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist , which has garnered several excellent reviews. This book is in the Cambria Studies in Australian Literature book… Continue reading Cambria Press @ MLA 2014: What is better than a happy author with glowing book reviews?
Cambria Press enjoyed yet another tremendously successful MLA annual convention this year! One of the many reasons was that the Cambria Press booth was in a prime location--right in front of the MLA book exhibit hall entrance. There was a great deal of traffic, and attendees had very nice things to say about the display.… Continue reading MLA 2014 annual convention: Incredible Success for Cambria Press!
The Cambria Studies in Australian Literature by Susan Lever (University of Sydney) features outstanding books which have earned excellent reviews:Shirley Hazzard: Literary Expatriate and Cosmopolitan Humanist by Brigitta OlubasBrian Castro's Fiction: The Seductive Play of Language by Bernadette BrennanDavid Foster: The Satirist of Australia by Susan LeverWater from the Moon: Illusion and Reality in the Works of Australian… Continue reading Cambria Press MLA Australian Literature Highlights!
The Cambria Studies in Classicism, Orientalism, and Medievalism book series by Nickolas A. Haydock (University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez) has added three new books: International Medievalism and Popular Culture by Louise D'Arcens and Andrew Lynch (forthcoming Spring 2014) Albina and her Sisters: The Foundation of Albion by Lisa Ruch See Lisa Ruch's book Cambria Press booth (132) in the MLA book… Continue reading Cambria Press MLA Highlights for Classicism, Orientalism, and Medievalism scholars!
Cambria Press authors Karen An-Hwei Lee (Anglophone Literatures in the Asian Diaspora, just published Fall 2013) and E. K. Tan (Rethinking Chineseness, launched at 2013 MLA) will be presiding over the following sessions respectively: 101. Parodic Form in Asian Diasporic Poetry and Culture 246. Sinophone Studies in Translation: Thinking Comparatively and Relationally Both books are… Continue reading Cambria Press #MLA14 Sinophone Highlights
Cambria Press is looking forward to being at #MLA14, and the good news is that the there is an upward climb in temperatures--by this Thursday (Jan 9) it inches up to 29 degrees, and by Friday it will be 36 degrees! Watch for the blast tomorrow from Cambria Press on exciting highlights--many excellent new books… Continue reading Countdown to #MLA14 continues (polar vortex or not)!
Cambria Press congratulates Adams Bodomo on the recent review of Africans in China by Sociolinguistic Studies in which "the reader is confronted with the first book-length description and analysis of African migrants into China," Africans in China is praised because "its theoretical and methodological novelty among the studies about Africa and China places it as an… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: Africans in China “an outstanding resource not only for cultural contact studies but also for sociology, linguistics and anthropology”!