This Week’s News You Can Use

The Root named Indecency by Justin Phillip Reed one of 28 “Standouts in What Was a Stellar Year in Black Literature” in an article published on December 17.

Britteney Black Rose Kapri and Black Queer Hoe were highlighted in the Fader on December 4 and B!tch magazine on November 30.

How I Found God in Everyone and Everywhere contributor Ilia Delio was interviewed by Homebrewed Christianity on November 26.

José Olivarez, author of Citizen Illegal, was featured in the January/February issue of Poets & Writers, as part of its annual debut poets feature.

Aimee Nezhukumatathil, author of Oceanic, was interviewed for the Brooklyn Rail on December 11.

WCBN interviewed Jane Miller, author of Who is Trixie the Trasher? And Other Questions.

Fade Into You author Nikki Darling was interviewed on the LA Review of Books’ Radio Hour on December 14.

The Guardian included Kintu by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi in an article on books by African women.

The December 14 issue of Publishers Weekly included a tribute to Tinkers by Paul Harding on its tenth anniversary.

Javier Zamora and Unaccompanied were highlighted on NPR’s LatinoUSA on December 14.

Craig Morgan Teicher’s The Trembling Answers was highlighted on the Literary Hub on December 17.

An article by Spiritual Transmission author Amir Freimann was published in the December/January issue of Common Ground Magazine.

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