This Week’s News

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The Strange Birds of Flannery O’Connor by Amy Alznauer, illustrated by Ping Zhu, was in the Wall Street Journal on July 10.

Beautiful Aliens: A Steve Abbot Reader was the most recent title in the Paris Review‘s Eat Your Words series. Also in the Paris Review was Douglas A. Martin’s interview about his recent novella, Wolfon July 14.

Skyland was a New York Times Book Review New & Notable pick on July 14.

Book Riot’s list of the best books of 2020 included Obit by Victoria Chang (Copper Canyon Press).

Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man by Steve Alpert (Stone Bridge Press) appeared in Wired on July 10.

PEN’s list of translations to read right now included La Bastarda by Trifonia Melibea Obono, trans. Lawrence Schimel (The Feminist Press at CUNY).

Casey Plett, author of Little Fish (Arsenal Pulp Press), chatted with Cooper Lee Bombardier, author of Pass with Care (Dottir Press), for Lambda Literary on July 7.

Thomas Peacock, author of The Wolf’s Trail (Holy Cow! Press), was interviewed on MPR on June 19.

A number of Consortium titles were included on Literary Hub‘s Most Anticipated Books of 2020 (part 2).

Katie Shireen Assef, translator of Black Forest by Valérie Mréjen (Deep Vellum Publishing) wrote an article for the Los Angeles Review of Books on July 13.

The Goose Fritz by Sergei Lebedev (trans. Antonina W. Bouis, New Vessel Press) and Bride and Groom by Alisa Ganieva (trans. Carol Apollonio, Deep Vellum Publishing) were nominated for the Read Russia Prize.

Those Who Dwell Below by Aviaq Johnston, (illus. Toma Feizo Gas, Inhabit Media) was shortlisted for the Sunburst Award.

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