An Interview with Harold Holzer (2014)

Our conversation with Harold Holzer, the Senior Vice President for Public Affairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Roger Hertog Fellow at the New-York Historical Society. In this interview, Holzer discusses his new book, Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion now out with Simon & Schuster. He talks about Lincoln’s antebellum experience with the press and its influence on his wartime relationships with three specific editors: Horace Greeley, James Gordon Bennett, and Henry Raymond.

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KEMPF: What Though the Field Be Lost (2021)

What Though the Field Be Lost: Poems by Christopher Kempf. Louisiana State University Press, 2021. Paper, IBSN: 978-0807173633. $18.95. Christopher Kempf has written an excellent series of poetic reflections on the…