Jason Novak’s Baseball Epic (Coffee House Press) was included on the Paris Review on April 5 and Wisconsin Public Radio on March 28.
Publishers Weekly spotlighted Tirzah Firestone and Wounds into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma (Monkfish Books Publishing) in an article published April 8.
The A.V. Club published an exclusive preview of Ben Sears’s House of the Black Spot (Koyama Press) on April 9.
An interview with Nina Revoyr, author of A Student of History (Akashic Books), was published on CrimeReads on April 9.
World Literature Today included Bride & Groom (Deep Vellum Publishing) by Alisa Ganieva on their list of “Contemporary Russian Language Literature to Read Right Now” on March 29.
The Literary Hub’s list of “19 Books You Should Read This April” included the Lookout Books anthology Tresspass: Ecotone Essayists Beyond the Boundaries of Place, Identity, and Feminism.
Stacy Szymaszek was interviewed about A Year From Today (Nightboat Books) in Open Space Moma on March 29.
BOMB magazine interviewed Gracie Leavitt about her book Livingry (Nightboat Books) on March 19.
The Rumpus published two new poems by Kiki Petrosino, author of Witch Wife (Sarabande Books), on April 4.
Fast Company included Moon Shine by Rachel Boillot and Homelands (both Daylight Books) by Pieter de Vos on its list of “127 New Movies, TV Shows, Albums, and Books You Must Check Out This April.”