All the news you can use from the week of August 23!

John Gibler, author of Torn from the World: A Guerilla’s Escape from a Secret Prison in Mexico (City Lights Publishers), was interviewed on Kirkus on July 20.

Open Book published an interview with Chadwick Ginther, author of Graveyard Mind (ChiZine Publications), on August 9.

Anna Moschovakis, author of  Eleanor, or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love (Coffee House Press), wrote an essay for the Paris Review on August 16.

Two poems by Hieu Minh Nguyen, author of Not Here (Coffee House Press), were featured on the Asian American Writers’ Workshop’s column The Margins on August 21.

An excerpt from Grace Schulman’s memoir Strange Paradise (Turtle Point Press) is available on Poetry Daily until August 24—check it out right away!

Arkady Polishchuk, author of Dancing on Thin Ice: Travails of a Russian Dissenter (Doppelhouse Press), was interviewed by the Washington Jewish Week on August 2.

Abraham Smith, author of Destruction of Man (Third Man Books), was interviewed on The Drunken Odyssey podcast on July 28.

Fitzcarraldo publisher Jacques Testard was interviewed by Popula on August 17.

Leading international jazz magazine Jazziz included a lengthy article about Coco Schumann, author of The Ghetto Swinger: A Berlin Jazz Legend Remembers (DoppelHouse Press), plus excerpts from the book, in its summer issue, which is distributed widely at major music festivals.

Virginie Despentes’s Pretty Things (trans. Emma Ramadan; The Feminist Press at CUNY) was excerpted on Words Without Borders on August 9 and on Literary Hub on August 13.

Love War Stories by Ivelisse Rodriguez (The Feminist Press at CUNY) was included on Electric Literature’s August 15 list of writing by Puerto Rican women and non-binary writers.

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