Starred review for The Facts of Life
Publishers Weekly on Paula Knight’s graphic novel:
With humor, penetrating intelligence, and an eye for human details, Knight chronicles her life of being prepared for motherhood and her eventual efforts to get pregnant. . . . Read more here.
The Grid and the River is a “a richly woven history”
caa.reviews on Milroy:
In his iconic 1964 The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America (Oxford: Oxford University Press), Leo Marx surveyed early American literature and painting to uncover a uniquely American understanding of the collective landscape. Elizabeth Milroy has produced an equally authoritative and compelling portrait. . . . Read more here.