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The Los Angeles Times named Shane Jones’s Vincent and Alice and Alice (Tyrant Books) one of its summer reading picks on May 24.

On May 24, the Hollywood Reporter announced that Hulu has greenlighted a television series based on Nathan Ballingrud’s short story collection North American Lake Monsters (Small Beer Press), to be directed by Mary Laws.

On May 23, Kickstarter published an article about Beehive Books and Braun Publishing/Niggli Verlag’s successful crowdfunding efforts, highlighting titles such as Grid Systems in Graphic Design by Josef Muller-Brockmann (Niggli Verlag) and The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Works & Worlds of Herbert Crowley by Justin Duerr (Beehive Books).

Nylon’s May 24 list of summer reads included Rachel DeWoskin’s Banshee (Dottir Press), Shane Jones’s Vincent and Alice and Alice (Tyrant Books), Alia Trabucco Zerán’s The Remainder (trans. Sophie Hughes; Coffee House Press), and Trisha Low’s Socialist Realism (Coffee House Press).

NewCity Lit interviewed Rachel DeWoskin about her new novel Banshee (Dottir Press) on May 27.

Jan-Henry Gray, author of Documents (BOA Editions), wrote an article for Teachers & Writers Magazine on May 20.

T Fleischmann’s Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through (Coffee House Press) was a Publishers Weekly Pick of the Week on May 24. An excerpt from the book was published by Music & Literature on May 22.

Bernice L. McFadden, author of Praise Song for the Butterflies, contribute to the June 2019 issue of Writer Magazine.

Elisa Callow, author of The Urban Forager (Prospect Park Books) was interviewed on Wichita, Kansas KNSS 1331 AM’s The Good Life on May 25.

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