This Week’s Hot News

Vice/Broadly included adrienne marie brown’s Pleasure Activism (AK Press), Saskia Vogel’s Permission (Coach House Books), and Teresa Wong’s Dear Scarlet: The Story of My Postpartum Depression (Arsenal Pulp Press) on its February 9 list of “9 Books to Get You Through 2019.”

Publishers Weekly included Kelsey Wroten’s Cannonball (Uncivilized Books), Emily Carroll’s When I Arrived at the Castle (Koyama Press), and Jericho Brown’s The Tradition (Copper Canyon Press) on its January 24 list of Most Anticipated Books of Spring 2019.

LeAnne Howe’s Savage Conversations (Coffee House Press) and C.D. Wright’s Casting Deep Shade (Copper Canyon Press) were both included on Literary Hub’s February 1 list of “13 Books You Should Read This February.”

CrimeReads recommended Leonardo Padura’s Grab a Snake by the Tail (Bitter Lemon Press) on February 5.

Publishers Weekly featured Tiny Owl Press in PW Daily on February 6, highlighting Samad Behrangi’s The Little Black Fish, Ahmadreza Ahmadi’s When I Colored the World, Beverley Naidoo’s Cinderella of the Nile, and Rumi adaptation The Parrot and the Merchant.

On January 31, Asheville, North Carolina radio station WPVM’s A Better World interviewed Bobby Sullivan, author of Revolutionary Threads: Rastafari, Social Justice, and Cooperative Economics (Akashic Books).

Jericho Brown’s The Tradition, C.D. Wright’s Casting Deep Shade, Natalie Scenters-Zapico’s Lima :: Limon (all Copper Canyon Press) and Paige Lewis’s Space Struck (Sarabande Books) are all featured on the Colorado Review’s February 1 list of 2019’s most exciting books.

Text Online published an excerpt from Trisha Low’s Socialist Realism (Coffee House Press) on February 5.

Rachel Zinman, author of Yoga for Diabetes: How to Manage your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda (Monkfish Book Publishing) was interviewed on Diabetes Strong on January 16 and late night talk radio show Divabetic on January 8.

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