On July 15, the Millions included Maria Tumarkin’s Axiomatic (Transit Books), Mark Haber’s Reinhardt’s Garden (Coffee House Press), Rodrigo Márquez Tizano’s Jarkarta (trans. Thomas Bunstead; Coffee House Press), Brandon Shimoda’s The Grave on the Wall (City Lights Publishers), and Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne’s Holding on to Nothing (Blair) on its list of most anticipated books.
On July 10, Literary Hub published a conversation between Arundhati Roy, author of My Seditious Heart: Collected Nonfiction (Haymarket Books) and Siddhartha Deb at the PEN America’s World Voices Festival in New York.
On July 11, Los Angeles, California NPR affiliate 89.9 KCRW’s Bookworm interviewed editor David Trinidad, poet Amy Gerstler, and publisher Ruth Greenstein about Ed Smith’s Punk Rock Is Cool for the End of the World (Turtle Point Press).
On July 10, Washington, DC NPR affiliate 88.5 WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi Show interviewed Antonia Tricario, author of Frame of Mind: Punk Photos and Essays from Washington, DC, and Beyond, 1997–2017 (Akashic Books), and two of her contributors.
On July 16, James Hoggan, author of I’m Right and You’re an Idiot, 2nd Edition (New Society Publishers) was interviewed on SiriusXM station Urban View’s The Laura Coates Show.
On July 9, Psychology Today published an article by Don McPherson, author of You Throw Like a Girl: The Blind Spot of Masculinity (Akashic Books).
On July 11, Smash Pages interviewed Ben Sears about his latest book House of the Black Spot (Koyama Press).
On July 15, n+1 published an excerpt of Trisha Low’s Socialist Realism (Coffee House Press).
The July issue of Spiritseeker Magazine included an article by Sarah Bowen, author of Spiritual Rebel: A Positively Addictive Guide to Finding Deeper Perspective and Higher Purpose (Monkfish Book Publishing).