This Week’s News

New York Magazine referenced Salvatore Settis’s If Venice Dies (New Vessel Press) in an article on July 8.

NPR affiliate Minnesota Public Radio 89.3 The Current’s Rock and Roll Book Club featured Glen E. Friedman’s Keep Your Eyes Open: The Fugazi Photographs of Glen E. Friedman and Antonia Tricarico’s Frame of Mind: Punk Photos and Essays from Washington, DC, and Beyond, 1997-2017 (both Akashic Books) on July 10.

The July 2019 issue of the Louisville Voice Tribune included article about Sarabande Press on the occasion of its twenty-fifth anniversary. The June 28 Literary Hub Daily newsletter picked up the article.

Literary Hub’s July 9 “Most Anticipated Books of 2019, Part 2” included Naja Marie Aidt’s When Death Takes Something from You Give It Back (trans. Denise Newman; Coffee House Press), Brandon Shimoda’s The Grave on the Wall (City Lights Publishing), Rebecca Solnit’s Whose Story Is This? Old Conflicts, New Chapters, Staceyann Chin’s Crossfire, Kevin Coval’s Everything Must Go (all Haymarket Books), Matthew Zapruder’s Father’s Day (Copper Canyon Press), Silvina Ocampo’s The Promise (trans Suzanne Jill Levine and Jessica Powel) and Forgotten Journey (trans. Suzanne Jill Levine and Katie Lateef-Jan; both City Lights Publishing), and H.J. Golakai’s The Score (Cassava Republic Press).

Full Stop published an excerpt from T Fleischmann’s Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through (Coffee House Press) on July 3.

BookRiot’s monthly Indie Press Round-Up on July 2 included Wioletta Greg’s Accommodations (trans. Jennifer Croft; Transit Books), Hwang Sok-Yong’s At Dusk (trans. Sora Kim-Russell; Scribe US), and Claudia D. Hernandez’s Knitting the Fog (The Feminist Press at CUNY).

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