This Week’s News

Adam Mansbach, author of Fuck, Now there Are Two of You (Akashic Books) was interviewed on KATUTV Portland’s AM Northwest and Afternoon Live on October 10 and ABC 10 KXTV Sacramento’s Your California Life on October 8.The AV Club also shared an exclusive video of the Larry David-narrated audiobook on October 10.

An excerpt of Naja Marie Aidt’s When Death Takes Something from You Give It Back (trans. Denise Newman, Coffee House Press), appeared in The Paris Review on October 9.

On October 15, Literary Hub named Natalie Diaz’s When My Brother Was an Aztec and Ocean Vuong’s Night Sky With Exit Wounds (both Copper Canyon Press) as two of the top ten poetry collections of the decade. C.D. Wright’s One With Others (Copper Canyon Press), Dawn Lundy Martin’s Good Stock Strange Blood (Coffee House Press), and Franny Choi’s Soft Science (Alice James Books) made the “dissenting opinions” list.

Curdella Forbes, author of A Tall History of Sugar (Akashic Books) was interviewed in The Rumpus on October 10.

Carley Moore, author The Not Wives (Feminist Press/Amethyst Editions) was interviewed for the Feminist Book Club Podcast on October 3.

A excerpt of Juliana Delgardo Lopez’s Fiebre Tropical (The Feminist Press at CUNY/Amethyst Editions) appeared in the September issue of The White Review.

An excerpt from Alejandro Frid’s Changing Tides: An Ecologist’s Journey to Make Peace with the Anthropocene appeared in YES! Magazine on September 19. YES! Magazine also spoke to Peter Kalmus, author of Being the Change: Live Well and Spark a Climate Revolution (both New Society Publishers)on September 20.

Erica Etelson, author of Beyond Contempt: How Liberals Can Communicate Across the Great Divide (New Society Publishers)was cited in an article on Medium on September 27.

Janet Todd, editor of Jane Austen’s Sanditon (Global Book Sales/Fentum Press) was interviewed in Austenprose on October 15.  

Ways To Go Beyond and Why they Work by Rupert Sheldrake (Monkfish Book Publishing) was featured in Daily Meditations with Matthew Fox on October 11.

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