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by Dory Athey on Jul 19, 2017

CRIMINALS by Robert Siegel

IMPROVEMENT by Joan Silber

FLUNK. START. by Sands Hall

OLD IN ART SCHOOL by Nell Painter

RESISTANCE by Jeff Biggers

THE SECRET HABIT OF SORROW by Victoria Patterson

SURVIVOR CAFÉ by Elizabeth Rosner

TERRARIUM by Valerie Trueblood

WHITE RIVER BURNING by John Verdon

  • New York, NY: ThrillerFest—workshop, “Cliffhanger, Nebulous or Happily-Ever-After?”—7/13

THE WIDOW NASH by Jamie Harrison

And many more listings coming soon….

by Dory Athey on Apr 04, 2017

In an interview with Colorado’s KGNU Radio Bookclub, author Laura Pritchett discusses her novel, The Blue Hour. Read the full interview here.

by Dory Athey on Apr 03, 2017

Thomas Dilworth’s biography, David Jones: Engraver, Soldier, Painter, Poet, receives a glowing review from The Spectator. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 21, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle‘s weekly “First Sentences from New Books” column features the first sentence from Anna Journey’s new essay collection, An Arrangement of Skin. Read the selection here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 16, 2017

The New York Public Library named Karen Bender’s Refund: Stories, Hiromi Kawakami’s Manazuru and Noo Saro-Wiwa’s Looking for Transwonderland: Travels in Nigeria to their list of 365 notable books by women authors. See the full list here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 14, 2017

Bernadette Murphy, author of Harley and Me, wrote an autobiographical essay for Role Reboot that draws surprising comparisons between her childhood and the presidency. Read the full essay here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 13, 2017

In an interview with USC Dornsife magazine, author Anna Journey discusses the grotesque origins of her essay collection An Arrangement of Skin. Read the full interview here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 09, 2017

Anna Journey’s new essay collection, An Arrangement of Skin, is reviewed by the Rumpus. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 09, 2017

In an interview with High County News, author Lauret Savoy discusses memory, rewriting history and writing her book, Trace: History, Race and the American Landscape. Read the full interview here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 09, 2017

Electric Literature interviews Laurie Sheck about writing her book, Island of the Mad. Read the full interview here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 09, 2017

The Rumpus interviews Laurie Sheck about her new book, Island of the Mad. Read the full interview here.