This Week’s News

The New Statesman American interviewed Rebecca Solnit, author of Men Explain Things to Me and the forthcoming Whose Story Is This? (both Haymarket Books), on July 31.

Afropunk published an article by Staceyann Chin, author of Crossfire: A Litany for Survival (Haymarket Books), on August 6.

Good Men Project published an article about Rob Greenfield, author of Dude Making a Difference (New Society Publishers), on August 9.

An excerpt from Engage, Connect, Protect: Empowering Diverse Youth as Environmental Leaders by Angelo Ezeilo (New Society Publishers) was published by Yes Magazine on August 1 and reposted by Daily Kos and OpEd News on August 2.

Sarah Bowen’s Spiritual Rebel: A Positively Addictive Guide to Finding Deeper Perspective and Higher Purpose (Monkfish Book Publishing) was one of Spirituality & Health Magazine’s “100 Books We Love” in the September/October issue.

On August 14, Literary Hub recommended João Reis’s The Translator’s Bride (Open Letter), Zsofia Ban’s Night School (trans. Jim Tucker; Open Letter), Asja Bakić’s Mars (trans Jennifer Zoble; The Feminist Press at CUNY), Wioletta Greg’s Accommodations (trans. Jennifer Croft; Transit Books), and Alia Trabucco Zeran’s The Remainder (trans. Sophie Hughes; Coffee House Press) on a list of books in translation.

On August 18, BookRiot included Alia Trabucco Zeran’s The Remainder (trans. Sophie Hughes; Coffee House Press) and Maya Ombasic’s Mostarghia (trans. Donald Winkler; Biblioasis) in an article on August new releases.

On August 19, BookRiot recommended Yideum Kim’s Blood Sisters (trans. Jiyoon Lee; Open Letter), Sigrún Pálsdottír’s History. A Mess (trans. Lytton Smith; Open Letter), Alia Trabucco Zeran’s The Remainder (trans. Sophie Hughes; Coffee House Press), and Wioletta Greg’s Accommodations (trans. Jennifer Croft; Transit Books) on a list of books in translation by women.

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