From John Marciano (Emeritus at SUNY Cortland, U.S.A.) review in EDUCATIONAL REVIEW: “After more than 50 years of reading in the social, historical, and philosophical foundations of education, I do not recall a book in these fields or in the field of education more broadly that brings together matters of love, memoir, tragedy, and critical insights on the field in one volume. It is virtually unheard of to find critical insights about capitalism and education wrapped up in a love story. It reminds us that as we pursue our intellectual craft, first we are human beings living out our daily lives. We need tender moments. We thrive best in love. We grow. We produce. We contribute. And, we die, perhaps in the arms of a loved one, assured that we have done our best for our craft and students and for those who have held us. With the radical psychoanalyst Willhelm Reich, Martha Risberg Brosio and Shelley Burbank remind us throughout this book that “Love, work, and knowledge are the wellsprings of our lives. They should also govern it.”
“Escape, U.S.A.” The Maine Review, Winter 2015
“Tropical Itch: How Hawaii Saved My Marriage,” True Confessions, June 2012
“A Time for Renewal: After the Thaw!” True Story, March 2012
“I Never Was That Fond of Kafka,” The Katherine Press Review, 2012 (out of print).
“Dating an Introvert,” True Love, Jan. 2011
“Shocking Infidelities,” True Love, March 2010