Thrillers: 100 Must Reads
Today's Best Thriller Writers on One Hundred Classics (2010), edited By David Morrell and Hank Wagner.
Produced by the International Thriller Writers, "each essay concerns a classic work of the thriller genre," wrote reviewer Joe Hartlaub on Amazon. "There is a true embarrassment of riches here, a term that applies not only to the quality of the books listed but also to the commentary provided for each and every one of them."
Experiencing Race, Class, and Gender in the United States (Rider University, 2009)
Through stories, essays, and critical analyses, this anthology introduces issues of race, class, and gender within an interdisciplinary framework. Themes of identity and power are examined from different perspectives and voices. New articles on post-Katrina issues detail the concerns of ordinary people living the United States.
Sports in America: Opposing Viewpoints (Greenhaven Press, 1994) Edited by William Dudley
Originally a story for Ms. Magazine, Kathleen's essay is included in this anthology that offers differing views on the role of sports in American life, examining such issues as gender, racism, drug abuse, and athletes as role models.
This anthology of essays and magazine articles addresses competition and its effect on children...Each piece opens with an introduction and three or four questions for students to consider. In addition, each chapter has a useful one-page introduction and a bibliography of periodical articles. Questions for further discussion appear at the back of the book along with an annotated list of organizations to contact for further information...(this book) offers a cross-section of clearly written and cogently argued positions on social and political issues dealing with American sports.
-Jack Forman, Mesa College Library, San Diego, School Library Journal