In Brief: This Week’s News You Can Use

On October 17, the Los Angeles Times reported on Chris Erskine’s appearance at the One City, One Book event, at which he read from his new book Daditude: The Joys and Absurdities of Modern Fatherhood (Prospect Park Books).

Alan Hirsch, author of Impeaching the President: Past, Present, and Future (City Lights Publishers), wrote an essay for McSweeneys on October 22.

Michael Imperioli, author of The Perfume Burned His Eyes (Akashic Books), was interviewed by San Francisco, California NPR affiliate KQED’s Forum with Michael Krasny on October 17.

A profile of Ladan Osman, author of the forthcoming poetry collection Exiles of Eden (Coffee House Press), was published by the Plattsburgh, New York Press-Republican on October 18.

OZY included Verónica Gerber Bicecci’s Empty Set in its October 11 article “Tales of Loss: Six Great Mexican Reads by Women.”

Coastal Rainbow Forum interviewed T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper, authors of Changers Book Four: Forever (Akashic Books) on October 22.

Hi Mama’s The Preschool Podcast interviewed Michelle Kay Compton and Robin Chappele Thompson, authors of StoryMaking: The Maker Movement Approach to Literary for Early Learners (Redleaf Press) on October 2

Jacksonville Magazine published an article about Jim Kempton’s First We Surf, Then We Eat (Prospect Park Books) on October 19.

The Iowa City Gazette published an article on Arthur Geisert, author of Pumpkin Island (Enchanted Lion Books), on October 20.

Nicole Skibola, author of Wakeful Night: A Structured Reflection on Loss and Illumination (Dottir) was interviewed live on San Francisco, California local CBS station KPIX 5’s Morning Show on October 13.

The Comics Journal interviewed Patrick Kyle, author of Roaming Foliage (Koyama Press) on October 19.

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