Are you looking for a new book to read but aren’t sure where to start? Do you need to find a list of books in a specific genre? What about a list of award-winning books?
Books & Authors is a user-friendly database that answers all of your book-related questions. Here you can find recommendations on what to read next from famous authors, lists of award-winning novels, and descriptions of each literary genre. You can also search for specific books and authors or simply click on a link to learn more about a broader topic (such as mystery books or books written in a certain time period).
Another great aspect of Book & Authors is the unbiased, spoiler-free description of each book. You can browse through books to learn more about them without having anything spoiled. It’s a great way to become familiar with a new title that you might like to read.
You’ll find access to this fun, helpful database via our Databases, E-Books, and Media tab on the library website. If you need help accessing a database, please contact us on our library chat, through phone at 731-661-5070, or in person at our Research or Circulation desks.
According to their website, The American Historical Review (AHR) continues to have the highest “impact factor” among history journals (via the latest Journal Citation Reports from Thomson Reuters). A publication of the American Historical Association, the AHR seeks to provide the most insightful historical content from experienced researchers. Whether you’re looking for a film review, a critique of capitalism, or a collection of colonial law, the AHR can point you in the right direction.
If you prefer the spoken word, the AHR also hosts a podcast called AHR Interview. Episodes are available on SoundCloud.
The library provides free, online access to the AHR via our Journals section. History majors, check it out!
The American Poetry Review is a journal that publishes original literary work. Readers can view poetry and literary criticism from various resources, and they can also submit their own work under the APR’s guidelines.
The Union University library provides access to older editions of the APR via JSTOR, Academic OneFile, General OneFile, and Literature Resource Center. Newer submissions can be read online at the APR website.
FAQs about The American Poetry Review:
Is the APR also in print?
Yes, they do have print versions of APR for a price, here.
How often is the APR published?
How far back can I see APR entries, using the library databases?
We have 3 databases that carry APR from 1989 to the present. You can find access to the APR by conducting a general search on the library website or by searching for it by title using the “Journals” tab.
What kind of writing can I find in the APR?
Poetry translations, critical essays, articles, poems, and interviews.