In Brief: This Week’s News You Can Use

Salt Lake City, Utah NPR affiliate KUER’s RadioWest aired a program about Ellen Meloy on October 3. Meloy’s essays will be published in April 2019 by Torrey House Press as Seasons: Desert Sketches by Ellen Meloy.

Last week North Dakota NPR affiliate Prairie Public Radio interviewed Anastasia Higginbotham, author of Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness (Dottir Press).

NPR affiliate Virginia Public Radio interviewed Matthew Volmer, author of Permanent Exhibit (BOA Editions) on October 3.

Literary Hub published an excerpt from Martin Riker’s Samuel Johnson’s Eternal Return (Coffee House Press) on October 5.

Longreads published an excerpt from Eleanor, or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love by Anna Moschovakis (Coffee House Press) on October 5, and NYLON editor Kristin Iverson recommended the book on BookMarks on October 3.

Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, author of Sketchtasy (Arsenal Pulp Press) recommended Myriam Gurba’s Mean (Coffee House Press) on an October 4 reading list for Literary Hub that was picked up by Bookforum.

Literary Hub published an excerpt from Amy Irvine’s Desert Cabal: A New Season in the Wilderness on October 10.

Latino Book Review interviewed Sandra Cisneros, author of Puro Amor (Sarabande Books), on October 1.

Publishers Weekly interviewed Hernán Diaz, author of In the Distance (Coffee House Press) on October 5.

The Asian American Writers’ Workshop recommended Letters to Memory by Karen Tei Yamashita (Coffee House Press) and Though I Get Home by YZ Chin (The Feminist Press at CUNY) on October 3.

Outside Magazine.com included Jonathan Thompson’s River of Lost Souls: The Science, Politics and Greed Behind the Gold King Mine Spill in its October 2 list of “5 Books to Motivate You to Protect America’s Rivers.”

Yes! Magazine published an excerpt from Bruce Levine’s Resisting Illegitimate Authority: A Thinking Person’s Guide to Being an Anti-Authoritarian—Strategies, Tools, and Models (AK Press) on October 2.

Colorlines included Feminisms in Motion: Voices for Justice, Liberation, and Transformation (AK Press) on its October 3 list of “Race-Focused Books We’re Reading This Fall.”

Charles Demers, author of Property Values (Arsenal Pulp Press) appeared on Marc Maron podcast WTF on October 8.

Permaculture Podcast interviewed L. Hunter Lovins, co-author of A Finer Future is Possible: Creating an Economy in Service to Life (New Society Publishers), on September 30.

An original essay by Nicole Skibola and an excerpt from her book Wakeful Night: A Structured Reflection On Loss and Illumination (Dottir Press) appeared on A Woman’s Thing on October 8.

Paris Review.org recommended Brad Phillips’s Essays and Fictions (Tyrant Books) on September 14.

Miss Nina’s Weekly Video Show featured Cynthia Weill’s Colores De La Vida: Mexican Folk Art Colors in English and Spanish (Cinco Puntos Press) on October 8.

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