Selected Publications (2003-2015)

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Elizabeth Harris, Author of Mayhem,” Southern Literary Review (2015). View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Dirty Business of Government Trash Collection,” Mises Daily (October 14, 2015). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Children Once, Not Forever: Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman and Growing Up,” Indiana Law Journal Supplement, Vol. 91, No. 6 (2015).

“Pragmatism on the Shoulders of Emerson: Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.’s Jurisprudence as a Synthesis of Emerson, Peirce, James, and Dewey,” The South Carolina Review, Vol. 48, No. 1 (2015).

“South of the Right: The Regional Conservatism of John William Corrington.” The American Conservative. Vol. 14, No. 5 (September / October 2015), pp. 40-42.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Adiós, Richard Posner,” Mises Hispano (September 1, 2015).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Learning What We Don’t Know.” Review of Robert P. Waxler’s The Risk of Reading: How Literature Helps Us to Understand Ourselves and the World (Bloomsbury, 2014). Review in The University Bookman (Summer 2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Lindsay Parnell, Author of Dogwood,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Just for the Summer” (poem) and “Of Bees and Boys” in Red Truck Review: A Journal of American Southern Literature and Culture, Issue III (Spring 2015). View this poem in PDF by clicking here and this essay in PDF by clicking here. “Just for Summer” originally appeared in Images in Ink; “Of Bees and Boys” originally appeared in Front Porch Republic.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Hubert Crouch, Author of The Word,” Southern Literary Review (2015). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Boswell Gets His Due.”  Review of Robert Zaretsky’s Boswell’s Enlightenment (Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2015).  Review in Liberty (June 22, 2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews M. Maitland Deland, Author of Nashville Mercy.”  Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Harold Bloom’s American Sublime.”  Review of Harold Bloom’s The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime (Penguin Random House, 2015).  Review in The American Conservative (May 28, 2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Howard G. Franklin, Author of Gideon’s Children,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Stephen Roth, Author of A Plot for Pridemore,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Phantoms of Terror.” Review of Adam Zamoyski, Phantom Terror (New York: Basic Books, 2015). Review in Taki’s Magazine (April 29, 2015). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Just for the Summer,” Images in Ink, Volume 18 (2015).  Poem.

“The Next President and the Supreme Court,” The Imaginative Conservative (April 21, 2015).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Bar Exam is Unfair and Undemocratic,” Newsweek (April 15, 2015). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“An Issue of Supreme Importance for 2016,” The American Spectator (April 15, 2015).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Razing the Bar,” The Freeman (April 14, 2015).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Michael Kreyling’s A Late Encounter With the Civil War (University of Georgia Press, 2014). Review in Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Tom Turner, Author of Palm Beach Nasty,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews F. Diane Pickett, Author of Never Isn’t Long Enough,” Southern Literary Review (2015). View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews David Joy, Author of Where All Light Tends to Go,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Mark Schimmoeller, Author of Slowspoke,” Southern Literary Review (2015). View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Richelle Putnam, Author of The Inspiring Life of Eudora Welty,” Southern Literary Review (2015).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Immunity Community,” Nomocracy in Politics: Liberty, Prudence, Imperfection, and Law (January 26, 2015).  View this essay in PDF by clicking here. Originally appeared here as a Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (September 2, 2014).

“Sanctifying the Individual.”  Review of Larry Siedentop’s Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism (Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2014).  Reviewed in The Freeman (January 22, 2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Es Buena la Decimocuarta Enmienda?” Mises Hispano (January 20, 2015).  View this essay in PDF by clicking here.

“Harper Lee and Words Left Behind,” Red Truck Review, Issue 2 (2015).  View this essay in PDF by clicking here.  Originally appeared here in storySouth.

“Sympathy for Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.,” The American Spectator (January 8, 2015).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Is the Fourteenth Amendment Good?”  Mises Daily (January 6, 2015).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“You Are Perfectly Free to Say Nice Things,” Liberty (November 27, 2014).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Is the Use of Calling Emerson a Pragmatist,” Faulkner Law Review, Vol. 6 (Fall 2014).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Robert J. Ernst, Author of The Inside War,” Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Hayek, Statistics, and Trade-Cycle Theory,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (November 21, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Barbara Davis, Author of The Wishing Tide,” Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Free Not to Vote,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (October 17, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Getting Conned by CONs,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (October 8, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Paul Cantor: Model Mentor,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (September 23, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Immunity Community,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (September 2, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Marja Mills’s The Mockingbird Next Door: Life With Harper Lee (New York: The Penguin Press, 2014). Review in Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“’Get Down You Fool!’ Holmes on Lincoln, the Union, and the War,” in Northern Opposition to Mr. Lincoln’s War. D. Jonathan White, editor. Waynesboro, Virginia: The Abbeville Institute Press, 2014. Pp. 97-115.

“Are Lawyers Illiterate?”  The Imaginative Conservative (August 22, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Lawyers’ Guild,” The Ludwig von Mises Institute Canada Emerging Scholar Article (August 18, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Dishonesty in Context.” Review of James M. Lang’s Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2014). Review in Academic Questions, Vol. 27, No. 3 (2014).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Jolina Petersheim,” Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Japan’s Commitment to Peace is a Victim of Political Reality,” The Conversation (July 17, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Exploring Capitalist Fiction: Business through Literature and Film (Lexington Books, 2014).  Review in The Independent Review, Vol. 19, No. 1 (Summer 2014).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Happy Birthday, George Orwell,” LewRockwell.com (June 13, 2014) (in anticipation of Orwell’s birthday on June 25th).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Humanistic Tradition in Literature.” Review of James Seaton’s Literary Criticism from Plato to Postmodernism: The Humanistic Alternative (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014). Review in The University Bookman (Summer 2014).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“John William Corrington: A Literary Conservative,” The Abbeville Review (June 12, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.  Originally published here at Front Porch Republic.

“A Second Look,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 38, No. 6 (June 2014).

Review of Emigration to Liberia: From the Chattahoochee Valley of Georgia and Alabama, 1853-1903 (Montgomery, Alabama: NewSouth Books, 2013).  Review in Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Illiberal Arts,” The Freeman (April 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Harper Lee and Words Left Behind,” storySouth, Issue 37 (Spring 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews James Elkins About Law, Literature, Poetry, and Teaching,” Southern Literary Review (March 19, 2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Three Poems.” Red Truck Review (Spring 2014).  View these poems in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall, J.D.  Truck Talk: Conversation: Editing Southern Literary Review, Lawyering, Writing, Prison Education, and Living Southern,” Red Truck Review (Spring 2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Call a Constitutional Convention, Already!”  The American Spectator (March 14, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Article V Convention: To Convene or Not to Convene?”  The Imaginative Conservative (March 5, 2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Remembering the Tradition.”  Book review of Brion McClanahan and Clyde Wilson’s Forgotten Conservatives in American History (Pelican, 2012).  Reviewed in Modern Age, Vol. 56, No. 2 (Winter 2014).

“Secession and Messianic Statism: Evaluating the Current Union of the States, Part II,” Nomocracy in Politics: Liberty, Prudence, Imperfection, and Law (2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Secession and Messianic Statism: Evaluating the Current Union of the States, Part I,” Nomocracy in Politics: Liberty, Prudence, Imperfection, and Law (2014).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Allen Mendenhall Interviews Jeff High, Author of More Things in Heaven and Earth,” Southern Literary Review (2014).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Transcendental Liberty,” The Freeman (November 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Ron Paul’s Education Revolution,” LewRockwell.com (October 28, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews David Bradley,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Seven Points of Grammar.”  The Alabama Lawyer, Vol. 74, No. 5 (2013).

“Nomocracy and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.”  Nomocracy in Politics: Liberty, Prudence, Imperfection, and Law (September 30, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Is Hacking the Future of Scholarship?”  Pacific Standard (September 27, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Jessica Dotta,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“The Fourteenth Amendment Does Not Make Us Freer,” debate in “The Arena: The Fourteenth Amendment,” The Freeman (2013).  View this debate in PDF by clicking here.

Debate between me and Clark Neily of the Institute for Justice (IJ) on whether the Fourteenth Amendment makes American society freer.

“Osprey Aircrafts in Okinawa,” Antiwar.com (August 9, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Abuse of the Fourteenth Amendment,” The Imaginative Conservative (July 31, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Messianic Character of American Education 50 Years Later,” LewRockwell.com (July 24, 2013).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Justice Holmes and Conservatism,” Texas Review of Law & Politics, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2013).  Download this article from SSRN by clicking here.

“To Educate in the Permanent Things,” The Imaginative Conservative, July 11, 2013.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.  This piece originally appeared here in The American Spectator.

“The Politics of Paternalism,” The American Spectator, June 26, 2013.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Bypassing Bias: How Law Reviews Circumvent Favoritism,” Academic Questions, Vol. 26, Issue 2 (2013).

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Karen White,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Paul Cantor’s The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture: Liberty vs. Authority in American Film and TV (University of Kentucky Press, 2012).  Review in The Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 18, No. 1 (2013), pp. 147-150.  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“The ‘Great Writ’: The Power of Habeas Corpus in America.”  Review of Anthony Gregory’s The Power of Habeas Corpus in America: From the King’s Prerogative to the War on Terror (Cambridge University Press, 2013).  Reviewed in The Freeman (June 2013).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Pragmatists versus Agrarians?”  Review of John J. Langdale’s Superfluous Southerners: Cultural Conservatism and the South, 1920-1990 (University of Missouri Press, 2012).  Reviewed in The University Bookman (Spring 2013).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Debunking the Demographers.”  Review of Jonathan V. Last’s What to Expect When No One’s Expecting (Encounter Books, 2013).  Reviewed in The University Bookman (Spring 2013).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Conservative Heroes.”  Review of Brion McClanahan and Clyde Wilson’s Forgotten Conservatives in American History (Pelican Publishing Company, 2012), The Salisbury Review, Vol. 31, No. 3 (2013).

“The Law Review Approach: What the Humanities Can Learn,” Academic Questions.  Vol. 26, Issue 1 (2013).

“March Read of the Month: The Books that Mattered, by Frye Gaillard,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Lauren Clark,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“To Educate in The Permanent Things,” The American Spectator, March 5, 2013.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Julia Nunnally Duncan,” Southern Literary Review (2013).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Teaching Law and Literature (Edited by Austin Sarat, Cathrine O. Frank, and Matthew Anderson.  New York: Modern Language Association, 2011).  Reviewed in Southern Humanities Review, Vol. 47, No. 1 (Winter 2013).

“From Natural Law to Natural Inferiority: The Construction of Racist Jurisprudence in Early Virginia,” PEER English, Issue 8 (2013).

Review of Nicholas Capaldi & Theodore Roosevelt Malloch’s America’s Spiritual Capital (St. Augustine’s Press, 2012).  Review in Journal of Christian Legal Thought, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2012).

“Dissent as a Site of Aesthetic Adaptation in the Work of Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.,” The British Journal of American Legal Studies, Vol. 1 (2012).  View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“My ‘Country’ Lies over the Ocean: Seasteading and Polycentric Law,” Studies in Emergent Order, Vol. 5 (2012).

“Of Bees and Boys,” Front Porch Republic (November 2012).  View this essay in PDF by clicking here.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews John Shelton Reed,” Southern Literary Review (2012).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Glory and Indignity,” a review of David Johnson’s John Randolph of Roanoke (LSU Press, 2012).  Reviewed in The University Bookman (Fall 2012).  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of John Shelton Reed’s Dixie Bohemia (LSU Press, 2012).  Reviewed in Southern Literary Review (2012); book named SLR‘s October Read of the Month.  View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“The Law is Above the Lawyers,” The American Spectator (October 2, 2012).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Buckley for the Masses,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 36, No. 7 (2012).

“Strauder v. West Virginia,” The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Vol. 4, edited by Wilbur R. Miller (SAGE, 2012).

“Law of Slavery,” The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Vol. 4, edited by Wilbur R. Miller (SAGE, 2012).

“Loving v. Virginia,” The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Vol. 3, edited by Wilbur R. Miller (SAGE, 2012).

“Dillard v. the State of Georgia,” The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Vol. 2, edited by Wilbur R. Miller (SAGE, 2012).

“Dred Scott v. Standford,” The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America, Vol. 2, edited by Wilbur R. Miller (SAGE, 2012).

“Abolish the Bar Exam,” Lewrockwell.com (June 26, 2012).  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Beneath the Guard Tower,” Furman Magazine, Vol. 55, No. 1 (2012).  An earlier version of this essay appeared in Birmingham Arts Journal.

“Allen Mendenhall Interviews Coleman Hutchison,” Southern Literary Review (2012).  View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Apples and Ashes: Literature, Nationalism, and the Confederate States of America by Coleman Hutchison (University of Georgia Press, 2012).  Review in the Southern Literary Review (2012). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Gone: A Heartbreaking Story of the Civil War, ed. with photographs by Nell Dickerson (BelleBooks, 2011).  Review in The Southern Literary Review (2012). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Gottfried Takes on the Straussians.”  LewRockwell.com (February 21, 2012).  Review of Paul Gottfried’s Leo Strauss and the Modern Conservative Movement (Cambridge UP, 2012). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Teaching Behind Bars,” Birmingham Arts Journal, Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2012).

“A Tale of the Rise of Law: Geoffrey of Monmouth’s The History of the Kings of Britain,” Inquire: Journal of Comparative Literature, Issue 2.1 (January 2012). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Auburn limits student free speech.”  Montgomery Advertiser (January 13, 2012).

“Flourishing and Synthesis” (review essay), The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2 (Issue 22, December 2011).

“Unmasking,” Kestrel: A Journal of Literature and Art, Issue 27 (2011).

“Holmes and Dissent,” The Journal Jurisprudence, Vol. 12 (2011).  View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Conversation on a Rail,” Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Bobby Ann Mason Volume III, Shepherd University, West Virginia (2011).   Poem.

“America Giveth, and America Taketh Away: The Fate of Article 9 after the Futenma Base Dispute,” The Michigan State Journal of International Law, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2011). View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Emersonian Individualism,” Mises Daily, December 16, 2011. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume One: The Complete and Authoratative Edition, Harriet Elinor Smith, ed. (University of California Press, 2010), in Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature (2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Peyton and Dorothy Budd’s Tested: How Twelve Wrongly Imprisoned Men Held Onto Hope(Dallas, TX: Brown Books Publishing Group, 2010), in The Southern Literary Review (2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Book and Article Review: The Oft-Ignored Mr. Turton in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India.”  Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature (2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Power Made Perfect in Weakness,” The Front Porch Republic (November 28, 2011). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Hunting,” Arator: A Journal of Southern History, Thought and Culture, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2011). Poem.  View this poem in PDF by clicking here.

“Liberty and Shakespeare,” Mises Daily (2011). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Communitas,” Full of Crow (October 2011). Short Story.  View this story in PDF by clicking here.

“The Will to Powerlessness,” Taki’s Magazine, September 5, 2011. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Robert Morgan’s Lions of the West: Heroes and Villains of the Westward Expansion (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2011) in The Southern Literary Review (2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Laura F. Edwards’s The People and Their Peace: Legal Culture and the Transformation of Inequality in the Post-Revolutionary South (University of North Carolina Press, 2009), in West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2011). Click here to view this article on the Project MUSE online database.

“Meet American Novelist Ace Atkins: SLR Contributor Allen Mendenhall Interviews Ace Atkins,” The Southern Literary Review (2011). View this interview in PDF by clicking here.

“Read of the Month: Collected Works of American Novelist Ace Atkins.”  Review of Ace Atkins’s Infamous and The Ranger in The Southern Literary Review (2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Why the Union Soldiers Fought.”  Review of Gary Gallagher’s The Union War (Harvard University Press, 2011), in The University Bookman (October 17, 2011). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Patrick Allitt’s The Conservatives: Ideas & Personalities Throughout American History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009), in 49th Parallel: An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies, Vol. 26 (2011).

“Another Washington Pawn in Tokyo: Yoshihiko Noda and the Futenma Air Base,” Counterpunch, September 2, 2011. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“‘Mass of Madness’: Jurisprudence in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India,” Modernist Cultures, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2011).  This link takes you to the SSRN abstract; to download click on “one-click download” above the abstract.

“Shakespeare’s Place in Law-and-Literature,” Journal of Liberty and Society, Vol. 3 (2011). View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Henry Hazlitt, Literary Critic,” Mises Daily (2011). Originally published here at Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Bowdlerizing Huck,” Liberty (feature article) (June 8, 2011). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Henry Hazlitt, Literary Critic,” Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature, May 28, 2011. View this publication at Mises.org by clicking here.  View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Transnational Law: An Essay in Definition with a Polemic Addendum,” An Occasional Paper of the Libertarian Alliance (London, U.K.), Legal Notes No. 52 (2011). View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Killing Bin Laden: Dershowitz vs. Chomsky, Again,” Counterpunch, Weekend Edition: May 13-15, 2011. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Gomillion v. Lightfoot,” Encyclopedia of Alabama.  Alabama Humanities Foundation, Auburn University (2011). View this entry in PDF by clicking here.

“The Oft-Ignored Mr. Turton in E.M. Forster’s A Passage to India,” Prometheus Unbound: A Libertarian Review of Fiction and Literature (January 28, 2011). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“How Long Must Okinawans Wait?”  Taki’s Magazine, January 11, 2011. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

Review of John Hollway and Ronald M. Gauthier’s Killing Time (New York, New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2010), in The Southern Literary Review (2010). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of Paul Cantor & Stephen Cox, eds., Literature and the Economics of Liberty (Ludwig Von Mises Institute, 2009), in The Independent Review, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2010).

“Obama and the Empire: The Latest Happy Face of the Ruling Class,” Counterpunch, December 27, 2010. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“The Oft-Ignored Mr. Turton: The Role of District Collector in A Passage to India,” Libertarian Papers, Vol. 2, No. 44 (2010). View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Obama Out of Okinawa,” Antiwar.com, December 22, 2010. View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Okinawa Occupied,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 34, No. 8 (2010).

“A Word for Christian Lawyers: Remember Russell Kirk,” The Christian Lawyer, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Summer 2010).

“Atomic Anniversary,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 34, No. 8 (2010). View the blog post here.

“On Ugliness,” The Legendary, Issue 19 (2010). View this essay in PDF by clicking here.

Review of John Ernest’s Chaotic Justice (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2009), in The West Virginia Lawyer (July-September 2010), pp. 50-52. View the blog version here.

Review of Jay Watson’s Forensic Fictions: The Lawyer Figure in Faulkner, in The Southern Literary Review (2010). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of the 11th Annual Southern Music Issue, Oxford American: The Southern Magazine of Good Writing, No. 67 (2010) in The Southern Literary Review (2010). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“Jefferson’s ‘Laws of Nature’: Newtonian Influence and the Dual Valence of Jurisprudence and Science,” The Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence, Vol. 23, No. 2 (2010).  This link takes you to the SSRN abstract; to download click on “one click download” above the abstract.

“Base maneuvers,” Liberty, Vol. 24, No. 7 (2010).

“John William Corrington: A Literary Conservative,” The Front Porch Republic (2010). View this essay in PDF by clicking here.

“A land far, far away,” Liberty, Vol. 24, No. 6 (2010).

“Under the Glass,” Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Vol. 34, No. 5 (2010).

“Moundsville Penitentiary Reconsidered; or, Second Thoughts on a Small Town Prison Tour,” Libertarian Papers, Vol. 2, No. 1 (2010). View the SSRN entry by clicking here.

“Farewell, Richard Posner,” Mises Daily (2009). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Haunted by History’s Ghostly Gaps: A Literary Critique of the Dred Scott Decision and its Historical Treatments,” The Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2009).  This link takes you to the SSRN abstract; to download click on “one-click download” above the abstract.

“The Deal–south of the border–that flew under the radar,” The Dominion Post, Sunday, August 30, 2009.

“The best syndicated medicine,” Liberty, Vol. 23, No. 11 (2009).

“Blumenthal is a Literary Lawyer,” The West Virginia Record (2009). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“Moundsville Penitentiary, Model and Symptom of Hyperreality,” The International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2009). Download the SSRN pdf version here.

Review of Maureen Konkle’s Writing Indian Nations: Native Intellectuals and the Politics of Historiography, 1827-1863 in West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional Studies (2009).  Click here to view this piece on the Project MUSE online database.

Review of Faulkner Studies in Japan (edited by Thomas L. McHaney), in The Southern Literary Review (2009). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

Review of John Pritchard’s Junior Ray, in The Southern Literary Review (2009). View this review in PDF by clicking here.

“To the Top of the Ladder: A Tribute to the Honorable John F. McCuskey,” The West Virginia Lawyer (November/December 2008).

Libertarians Barred from West Virginia’s Ballot,” The Dominion Post, Sunday, July 6, 2008.

“The Importance of Being Earnest: A Serious Proposal to Modify Legal Research and Writing Departments,” Student Lawyer, Vol. 36, No. 6 (2008) [subscription required]. Or view the pdf version here.

“Flipping Places: Japanese in Brazil and Brazilians in Japan,” Brazzil Magazine (2008). View this article in PDF by clicking here.

“To Wyatt Earp,” The Aroostook Review, Volume III (2008). Poem.  View this poem in PDF by clicking here.

“Flash,” The Aroostook Review, Volume II (2007). Poem. View this poem in PDF by clicking here.

“Pantry, 1982,” The Echo (2005).  Poem.

“‘Undercover Warrior’: Finally Honored,” Tributaries: A Literary Magazine of Dalton State College (2004), p. 96-97.  Poem.

“Leaves,” Tributaries: A Literary Magazine of Dalton State College (2004), p.58.  Poem.

“Cyber Conception,” The Echo (2004).  Poem.

“Delivering Democracy,” The Echo (2004).  Poem.

“Service at St. Paul’s,” The Echo (2004).  Poem.

“The Church,” The Echo (2003).  Poem.

 

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