This Week’s News

Ben Okri talked about his upcoming novel, The Freedom Artist (Akashic Books), in Publisher’s Weekly on December 6.

BookBub’s December 5 roundup of new crime novels included Gar Anthony Haywood’s Good Man Gone Bad (Prospect Park Books).

Ways to Go Beyond and Why They Work by Rupert Sheldrake (Monkfish Book Publishing) was recommended by the Edge on December 1.

Richard Powers, author of The Overstory, recommended C.D. Wright’s Casting Deep Shade (Copper Canyon Press) at PBS.org on November 29.

Lucy Ellmann, author of Ducks, Newburyport (Biblioasis), was interviewed by the Adroit Journal on December 4. Denise Newman, translator of When Death Takes Something from You Give it Back (Coffee House Press) by Naja Marie Aidt, was also interviewed on December 9.

An excerpt from And the Bride Closed the Door (Ronit Matalon, trans. Jessica Cohen, New Vessel Press) was shared in Tablet Magazine on December 9.

Zoom Street’s Holiday roundup on December 8 included C’est la Vie by Pascal Garnier (Gallic Books), Baby by Annaleese Jochems (Scribe), and Cutting Edge: New Stories of Mystery and Crime edited by Joyce Carol Oates (Akashic Books).

Curdella Forbes, author of A Tall History of Sugar (Akashic Books), put together a playlist for Largehearted Boy on December 3.

Wounds into Wisdom by Tirzah Firestone was the cover feature for the December issue of Oracle 20/20 Magazine.

Animation Magazine announced on September 25 that Graham Roumieu’s In Me Own Words: The Autobiography of Bigfoot (Manic D Press) is being exclusively animated for MONDO. The trailer is available on YouTube.

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