This Week’s News

Valeria Luiselli’s Tell Me How It Ends (Coffee House Press) was included on Bustle’s July 24 list of “15 Books About Asylum & Immigration That Every Person In The United States Needs To Read.”

Maria Tumarkin’s Axiomatic (Transit Books), Rachel Zucker’s SoundMachine (Wave Books), Shira Erlichman’s Odes to Lithium (Alice James Books), Staceyann Chin’s Crossfire: A Litany for Survival (Haymarket Books), and Cameron Dezen Hammon’s This Is My Body: A Memoir of Religious and Romantic Obsession (Lookout Books) were recommended by the Rumpus on its July 26 What-To-Read list.

Maggie Gee, author of Blood (Global Book Sales/Fentum Press), wrote an essay for Crime Reads on July 25.

Buenos Aires Noir, edited by Ernesto Mallo (Akashic Books), was included on Crime Reads’s July 29 list of crime novels of Buenos Aires.

An excerpt from Trisha Low’s Socialist Realism (Coffee House Press) was published by Literary Hub on July 25.

Lia Purpura, author of All the Fierce Tethers (Sarabande Books), was interviewed for Essay Daily on July 22.

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