The republished work can be: An exact copy of the original work An edited copy with an introduction In a new format e. An anthology of criticism about an author, literary period or movement includes original and reprinted works, such as:
Writers, after all, are whole people, with varied lives and interests. When they offer up their thoughts and opinions on everything from nature to fashion to pop music to cooking—in the form of beautiful and thought-provoking essays, I count it as a gift.
Sixteen Writers on the Decision Not to Have Kidsedited by Meghan Daum Essays and nonfiction books of all kinds about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood are not hard to find. It is hard to find the opposite: Being childless by choice, especially for women, is still looked upon with concern, confusion, and sometimes outright hostility.
In these brilliant, moving, funny, and thoughtful essays, sixteen writers delve right into that taboo. With honesty and heart, they discuss their reasons for choosing not to have children.
What I love most about this collection is the wide diversity of experience these writers represent. Some of them agonized over the decision; some knew since childhood that they did not want to be parents.
As someone who has always felt ambivalent toward motherhood, the kinship and familiarity I felt reading these essays was a refreshing change.
I could not put this book down. Rereadings, in which an array of adult writers reread books they loved as children or teens, is just as lovely.
The essays vary widely—some leaning more toward literary criticism and some toward more personal narrative—but all of them capture the profundity of the impact certain books can have on our lives. Whether discussing Pride and Prejudice or the lyrics on the back of Sgt.
Pepperthese essays are all delightful, insightful, and moving in their own way.
The Fire This Time: As a whole, the collection speaks both to the trauma caused by American racism and to the possibility of a more hopeful future.50 Essays: A Portable Anthology directly addresses students' and instructors' concerns that composition readers are too expensive and too large.
At less than half the size and price of comparable readers, 50 Essays meets the needs of a wide variety of classrooms/5. We will contact the student to ask for an electronic version of the essay, as well as an Anthology submission form.
The current edition of the Anthology, , is published by Hayden-McNeil (ISBN) and is for sale on Amazon. There is a market for individually published personal essays—for example: newspapers, themed anthologies, literary magazines, trade and professional journals—but selling a compilation of them takes extra marketing savvy.
What is an anthology? An anthology is a collection of short works. By different contributors; By a single author or artist; An anthology is "nonperiodical," that is, not published on a regular schedule like a magazine or journal.
By reading the newsletters, you can add to your knowledge of presses publishing personal essay collections, and, by scanning the books, you can learn more about where the authors first published their personal essays. SHADI HAMID is a Senior Fellow in the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World at the Brookings Institution and the author of Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam is Reshaping the World.