This Week’s Hot News

Jane Clarke (When the Tree Falls, Bloodaxe Books) was interviewed for the Library of Congress Poet and the Poem series on November 13.

The Comics Journal shared an excerpt of GG’s Constantly (Koyama Press) on November 14.

The Millions named Jakarta by Rodrigo Márquez Tizano (trans. Thomas Bunstead, Coffee House Press) one of its most anticipated books of the month on November 4.

The Chicago Review of Books recommended Streaming by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke and Savage Conversations (Coffee House Press) by LeAnne Howe on November 18 as books to read during Indigenous History Month.

Guernica published a poem from 13th Balloon by Mark Bibbins (Copper Canyon Press) on November 8.

Arundhati Roy (My Seditious Heart, Haymarket Books) was interviewed by Naomi Klein for the Type Media Center on November 12, and also appeared on Democracy Now on November 11.

Maya C. Popa was interviewed about her new book, American Faith (Sarabande Books), on You Wanted A Liston November 17.

Rachel DeWoskin, author of Banshee (Dottir Press), was interviewed in the Coachella Review on November 14.

Buffalo News wrote a profile of Valeria Luiselli (Tell Me How It Ends, Coffee House Press) on November 12.

ThePoetry Foundation wrote a lengthy profile on Grace Schulman (Strange Paradise, Turtle Point Press) on November 11.

Kiki Petrosino, author of Witch Wife (Sarabande Books), was a guest on the Ideas on Fire podcast on November 6.

Naomi Hirahara, author of Iced in Paradise (Prospect Park Books), was featured on Wicked Authors on November 12.

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