Here’s a brief list of some new titles available at the Olson Library in the Language and Literature Collections–look for them in our New Book Display on the main floor, just around the corner from the money-adding machine.
-“Stone Mattress–Nine Tales” by Margaret Atwood, (her first short-story collection in 8 years). PR 9199.3 .A8 S86 2014
-“Tennesee Williams; Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh,” a Biography by John Lahr. PS 3545 I5365 Z7326 2014
-“Collected Poems” by Pulitzer-Prize Winner and former Poet Laureate Mark Strand. PS 3569 .T69 A6 2014
-“The Wheeling Year; a Poet’s Field Book,” by Pulitzer -Prize Winner and former Poet Laureate Ted Kooser. PS 3561 .O6 W49 2014
-“Rose Gold: an Easy Rawlins Mystery,” by Walter Mosley. Mosley’s novels have been adapted for film and television and have starred such greats as Denzel Washington and Laurence Fishburne. PS 3563 .O88456 R68 2014
-“F. Scott Fitzgerald at Work; The Making of The Great Gatsby,” by Horst H. Kruse. PS 3511 .I9 G849 2014
-“Zoologies; On Animals and the Human Spirit,” by Alison Hawthorne Deming (Essays on animals in cultural imagination, ranging from Woolly Mammoths and Trumpeter Swans to Wolf Spiders and the Chimera). PS 3554 .E474 Z36 2014
-And many more! Whether you’re reading for research or pleasure, there’s a wide variety of newly published material to peruse here at the Olson Library.