Suen, a contributor to Hong Kong Noir
(Akashic Books), wrote an article about the book for the inaugural issue of Vogue Hong Kong. See a photo on Carmen’s
The German film version of Martin Suter’s Allmen and the Dragonflies
(New Vessel Press) is now available to stream with English subtitles on MHz Choice.
Erika Meitner, author of Holy Moly Carry Me (BOA Editions), was
interviewed on NPR
affiliate WVTF Virginia Public Radio on March 14. Literary
Hub published a poem from the collection on March 11.
Naomi Shihab Nye, author of The Tiny Journalist
(BOA Editions) was interviewed on NPR
affiliate Utah Public Radio’s Access Utah
on March 12.
Bestselling author Michael
Pollan praised Jeffrey J. Kripal’s “provocative . . .
mindblowing” book The Flip: Epiphanies of Mind
and the Future of Knowledge (Bellevue Literary Press) on
Twitter on March 14.
Bestselling author Laura
Lippman praised Nina Revoyr’s “outstanding” new book A Student of History
(Akashic Books) on Twitter on March 13.
Rob Greenfield, author of Dude Making a Difference:
Bamboo Bikes, Dumpster Dives, and Other Extreme Adventures Across America
(New Society Press) was interviewed by National
Geographic and Fox35 Orlando’s Good Dayon March 15, and by Treehugger
on March 13.
A poem from Keetje Kuipers’s All Its Charms
(BOA Editions) is featured in the final print issue of Tin House in March.
Asymptote Journal selected “Muslim”: A Novel,
by Zahia Rahmani (Deep Vellum Publishing), for its February
Book Club and interviewed
translator Matt Reeck on March 14.
LeAnne Howe, author of Savage Conversations
(Coffee House Press), wrote an essay for Lapham’s
Quarterly on March 14.
Yalie Kamara, a contributor to New-Generation African Poets:
A Chapbook Box Set (Tano) (Akashic Books), was interviewed by Adroit
Journal on March 14.
Deborah Schein, author of Inspiring Wonder, Awe, and
Empathy: Spiritual Development in Young Children (Redleaf
Press), was interviewed by Amanda Morgan on Episode 22 of her podcast Not Just Cute.
Joan Diver, author of When Spirit Calls: A Healing
Odyssey (Monkfish Book Publishing) will be interviewed on the Donna
Seebo Show on March 29.