Two Haymarket authors were in the New York Times: Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor (From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation) wrote an op-ed about Barack Obama’s legacy in the 2020 elections on February 5 and Rebecca Solnit (Whose Story Is This?) wrote a piece about the Harvey Weinstein verdict on February 25. Keanga-Yamahtta Taylor
gg, author of Constantly, (Koyama Press) talked to Smash Pages on February 18 about her new book.
Joan Frank, author of Where You’re All Going,
(Sarabande Books) recommended books for Literary
Hub on February 2. Frank was also interviewed by the Press
Democrat on February 21.
Paige Lewis talked to Neon Pajamas about
her new book, Space Struck (Sarabande Books), on
Villa of Delirium by Adrian Goetz (trans. Natasha Lehrer) and The Drive by Yair Assulin (trans. Jessica Cohen, both New Vessel Press) were recommended by New York Jewish Week on February 18 as new titles to read this spring.
Andrew Krivak wrote a post for Powell’s
about the experience of writing The Bear (Bellevue
Literary Press) on February 14.
An excerpt from Pain Studies by Lisa Olstein (Bellevue Literary Press) was
shared by Post45 on
Vi Khi Nao, author of Fish in Exile (Coffee
House Press) interviewed artist Tiffany Lin For Luna
Luna Magazine on February 17.
Life Quarterly shared an article about Karen Tei Yamashita’s I Hotel (Coffee House
Press) for its ten year anniversary on February 11.
& Health Magazine featured an article by Sarah Bowen, author of Spiritual Rebel, on