The spring 2010 issue of the journal Victorian Studies has a bunch of reviews of Darwin and evolution books.
Jennifer Tucker reviews together several books looking at Darwin and art: Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science, and the Visual Arts (Yale Center for British Art) edited by Diana Donald and Jane Munro, Reframing Darwin: Evolution and Art in Australia edited by Jeanette Hoorn, The Art of Evolution: Darwin, Darwinisms, and Visual Culture (Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture) edited by Barbara Larson and Fae Brauer, and Darwin’s Camera: Art and Photography in the Theory of Evolution by Phillip Prodger.
Gowan Dawson reviews Darwin and the Memory of the Human: Evolution, Savages, and South America (Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture) by Cannon Schmitt .
Catherine Day and James G. Lennox review Darwin’s Luck: Chance and Fortune in the Life and Work of Charles Darwin by Patrick H. Armstrong, The Young Charles Darwin by Keith Thomson, and Darwin’s Sacred Cause: How a Hatred of Slavery Shaped Darwin’s Views on Human Evolution by Adrian Desmond and James Moore.
W. F. Bynum reviews The Cambridge Companion to the ‘Origin of Species’ (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy) edited by Michael Ruse and Robert J. Richards.