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Here: Poems for the Planet (edited by Elizabeth J. Coleman; Copper Canyon Press) was featured on Literary Hub and Bustle on April 22, in Poets & Writers’ May/June issue, and in Tricycle Magazine’s summer issue.

Natalie Scenters-Zapico’s Lima :: Limon (Copper Canyon Press) and Teresa Wong’s Dear Scarlet: The Story of My Postpartum Depression (Arsenal Pulp Press) were featured on Bustle‘s May 1 list of recommended books.

Patricia Foreman, author of A Tiny Home to Call Your Own: Living Well in Just-Right Houses (New Society Publishers), was interviewed on Albany, New York NPR affiliate WAMC Northeast Public Radio’s nationally syndicated show The Roundtable on April 24.

Elisa Callow, author of The Urban Forager: Culinary Exploring & Cooking on L.A.’s Eastside (Prospect Park Books), was interviewed on Los Angeles, California NPR affiliate 89.9 FM KCRW’s Good Food with Evan Kleiman on May 3.

Tim Hennessy, editor of Milwaukee Noir (Akashic Books), was interviewed by NPR affiliates Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time and WUWM 89.7 FM’s Lake Effect, both on May 6.

Geffrey Davis, author of Night Angler (BOA Editions), was interviewed on Arkansas NPR affiliate KUAF 91.3 FM’s Of Note with Katy Henriksen on May 2.

Pierre Jarawan, author of The Storyteller (trans. Sinéad Crowe & Rachel McNicholl; World Editions) was interviewed on the Harper’s Magazine podcast on April 15. The Storyteller was included on Words Without Borders’s April Watchlist and excerpted on Literary Hub on April 18.

Psychology Today interviewed Andrés Edwards, author of Renewal: How Nature Awakens Our Creativity, Compassion, and Joy (New Society Publishers), on April 30.

Karen Havelin, author of Please Read This Leaflet Carefully (Dottir Press) was interviewed by The Millions on May 1 and wrote an essay for Literary Hub on May 2.

The May 2019 issue of Poetry Foundation’s Poetry magazine included two poems from Elain Equi’s The Intangibles and three poems from Ron Padgett’s Big Cabin (both Coffee House Press).

Alia Trabucco Zerán and Sophie Hughes, the author and translator of Man Booker shortlisted The Remainder (Coffee House Press), were interviewed by Words Without Borders Daily on May 2.

Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi, author of Let’s Tell This Story Properly (Transit Books), was interviewed in Electric Literature on May 1. A story from the collection was published by Literary Hub on April 29.

Crime Reads included Marcie Rendon’s Girl Gone Missing (Cinco Puntos Press) and editor Gwendolyn Zepeda’s Houston Noir (Akashic Books) on its May 2 list of essential books for the month.

Sean Thomas Dougherty, author of The Second O of Sorrow (BOA Editions) was interviewed by Rain Taxi on May 8.

Brian Evenson, author of Song for the Unraveling of the World (Coffee House Press), wrote an episode of Horror Tales Podcast on April 12.

Newcity Chicago interviewed T Fleischmann, author of Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through (Coffee House Press), on April 29.

Atlanta, Georgia LGBTQ+ magazine Peach ATL included Nina Revoyr’s A Student of History (Akashic Books) in its Pride 2019 Reading list on April 23.

Michelle Tea and her new book Astro Baby (Dottir Press) were featured in an article in the Arizona Republic on April 30.

Joan Steen, author of We Regret to Inform You: A Survival Guide for Gold Star Parents and Those Who Support Them (Central Recovery Press), was interviewed by on on May 6.

Rebecca Lawton, author of The Oasis This Time: Living and Dying with Water in the West (Torrey House Press), was interviewed by Earth Island Journal on April 16.

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