Author Spotlight

Molly Caro May
Molly Caro May is a graduate of Middlebury College, and has worked as a teacher, artist’s model, apple and cherry picker, lab assistant to a clinical herbalist, barista in a seaside town, opera caterer, field assistant to a frog biologist, conservation program developer, mentor to at-risk teenagers, vegetable farmer, and in the editorial department of a New York-based publisher. She lives with her husband, daughter, and hound in the Gallatin Valley of Montana. We ask her five questions here.
NEWS & EVENTS
Awards
Counterpoint Novel Makes the
National Book Award Longlist!
Posted on September 28, 2017
Congratulations to Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, whose debut novel A Kind of Freedom has been nominated for a National Book Award for Fiction! National Book Award fiction judges Alexander Chee, Dave Eggers, Annie Philbrick, Karolina Waclawiak and Chair Jacqueline Woodson have named A Kind of... READ MORE
Interview
Five Questions for Margaret Wilkerson Sexton, author of A Kind of Freedom
Posted on August 3, 2017
                        What inspired you to write the novel? I noticed a trend in African American communities whereby members of my generation seemed to have fewer opportunities available to them... READ MORE
Events
Upcoming Events
Posted on July 19, 2017
THE EDUCATION OF A YOUNG POET by David Biespiel Washington DC: Politics and Prose—reading/signing—1/7 Madrid, Spain: Desperate Literature—Unamuno Author Series reading with Fiona Sze-Lorrain—1/19 IMPROVEMENT by Joan Silber Long Island City, NY: LIC Reading Series—reading/signing—1/9 THE BOOK OF RESTING PLACES by Thomas Mira y Lopez... READ MORE
News
Upcoming Events
Posted on July 19, 2017
THE EDUCATION OF A YOUNG POET by David Biespiel Washington DC: Politics and Prose—reading/signing—1/7 Madrid, Spain: Desperate Literature—Unamuno Author Series reading with Fiona Sze-Lorrain—1/19 IMPROVEMENT by Joan Silber Long Island City, NY: LIC Reading Series—reading/signing—1/9 THE BOOK OF RESTING PLACES by Thomas Mira y Lopez... READ MORE