This Week’s News

An excerpt from The School of Life: An Emotional Education (School of Life) was published in Yes Magazine on November 19.

A poem from Little Hill by Alli Warren (City Lights) was shared in the December issue of Harper’s Magazine.

A round-up on November 25 in the Chicago Tribune of small presses to support during the holiday season included Coffee House Press. Lucy Ellmann’s Ducks, Newburyport (Bilioasis) was also a recommended read.

Casting for the stage adaptation of Valeria Luiselli’s Faces in the Crowd (Coffee House Press) was announced in Broadway World on November 28.

Camonghne Felix, author of Build Yourself a Boat (Haymarket Books) was chosen as an author of the year in Out Magazine on November 26.

An excerpt from Seven Samurai Swept Away in a River (Jung Young Moon, trans. Yewon Jung, Deep Vellum Publishing) was published on Literary Hub on November 20.

Michael DeForge, author of Stunt (Koyama Press), was interviewed by It’s Nice That on November 21.

A poem by Ladan Ali Osman (Exiles of Eden, Coffee House Press) was shared by Poetry Daily on November 20.

An interview between Naja Marie Aidt, author of When Death Takes Something From You, Give it Back: Carl’s Book (trans. Denise Newman, Coffee House Press), and John Freeman was shared on Literary Hub on December 3.

Sonoma Index-Tribune wrote a profile of Andy Weinberger, author of An Old Man’s Game (Prospect Park Books) on  November 25.

Profiles of Gary Lutz (The Complete Gary Lutz, Tyrant Books) were published in Bookforum’s December/January issue and 3am Magazine on December 1.

Douglas Glover (Erotics of Restraint, Biblioasis) was interviewed by Fiction Writers Review on November 21.

EcoWatch’s November 4 round up of the best environmental books of the month included Engage, Connect, Protect (New Society Publishers).

Carley Moore’s The Not Wives (The Feminist Press at CUNY/Amethyst Editions)was included in Dazed Digital’s winter reads roundup on November 18.

Literary Hub recommended Holding on to Nothing (Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne, Blair) as an audiobook to give as a holiday gift on November 25.

Annie Koyama, publisher at Koyama Press, was interviewed by Chimera Obscura on November 24.

David Bollier, author of Free, Fair, and Alive (Silke Helfrich, New Society Publishers) wrote an article about the book at The Good Men Project on November 11.

Ellis Martin and Zach Ozma, editors of We Both Laughed in Pleasure: The Selected Diaries of Lou Sullivan (Lou Sullivan, Nightboat Books), were interviewed by Hazlitt on November 26.

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