This Week’s News

The New York Times Book Review‘s updated 2020 “Globetrotting” feature includes new fall releases from Charco Press, Deep Vellum Publishing, New Vessel Press, Open Letter, and World Editions.

Jason Diamond, author of The Sprawl (Coffee House Press), was interviewed by the Boston Globe on September 3.

Publishers Weekly editors raved about Come Home, Indio by Jim Terry (Street Noise Books) on their Comics World podcast on September 4.

Ms. Magazine’s September book picks include Burning Sugar by Cicely Belle Blain (Arsenal Pulp Press), Letters to a Young Brown Girl by Barbara Jane Reyes (BOA Editions), and Pink Mountain on Locust Island by Jamie Marina Lau (Coffee House Press).

Two of Emma Hine’s poems from Stay Safe (Sarabande Books) appear in the fall issue of The Paris Review.

Ancestry of Objects by Tatiana Ryckman (Deep Vellum Publishing) and Aseroë by François Dominique (trans. By Richard Sieburth; Bellevue Literary Press) were featured in Vol. 1 Brooklyn’s September book preview.

Literary Hub recommended How to Carry Water by Lucille Clifton (edit. By Aracelis Girmay; BOA Editions), Lecture by Mary Cappello (Transit Books), and Ancestry of Objects by Tatiana Ryckman (Deep Vellum Publishing) on September 8.

Actor and author Michael Imperioli (The Perfume Burned His Eyes, Akashic Books) was profiled in GQ on September 3, and on September 8 he was interviewed by the Writer’s Bone podcast about contributing to The Nicotine Chronicles (Akashic Books).

One Night Two Souls Went Walking by Ellen Cooney (Coffee House Press) was included on Bustle’s list of best books for fall.

An excerpt of Dead Girls by Selva Almada (trans. Annie McDermott; Charco Press) was featured on Words Without Borders on September 3.

The Charco staff was featured in PW Daily as the Pic of the Day on September 1.

Aisha Redux, author of Stupid Black Girl (Street Noise Books), wrote an op-ed for Blavity on September 3.

Out of Mesopotamia by Salar Abdoh (Akashic Books) was featured as a Chicago Review of Books September must-read on September 2, and Abdoh translated an essay for The Baffler on September 7.

Barbara Jane Reyes, author of Letters to a Young Brown Girl (The Feminist Press at CUNY), was interviewed by The Rumpus on September 8.

Ted Kooser, author of Red Stilts (Copper Canyon Press), showed off his Chapters Books & Gifts t-shirt in Shelf Awareness on September 4.

Etan Thomas, author of We Matter: Athletes and Activism (Edge of Sports/Akashic Books), was interviewed by WBUR’s On Point on September 3.

Sun Yung Shin, author of Unbearable Splendor (Coffee House Press), was announced as the new editor of the American Composers Forum’s Resonance series.

Marianne Chan, author of All Heathens (Sarabande Books), read a poem from her collection on Ours Poetica, Poetry magazine’s YouTube channel, on September 7.

Alma highlighted Temporary by Hilary Leichter (Coffee House Press) on their September 8 list of “The Best Jewish Books of 5780.”

Joanna Stingray, co-author of Red Wave: An American in the Soviet Music Underground (Doppelhouse Press) was interviewed on NBN’s Russian and Eurasian Studies podcast on September 4.

Joan Frank, author of Where You’re All Going (Sarabande Books), was interviewed as The Authors Guild’s spotlight member on September 8.

Jerry Thompson, co-editor of Berkeley Noir (Akashic Books), was interviewed by KALW’s Sights & Sounds on September 3.

Jonathan Hammond, author of The Shaman’s Mind (Monkfish Book Publishing), appeared on the Your Superior Self podcast on September 6.

Spirituality & Health Magazine featured an article by Sarah Bowen, author of Spiritual Rebel (Monkfish Book Publishing), on September 8. Paperback Paris featured Pink Mountain on Locust Island by Jamie Marina Lau (Coffee House Press) among exciting September debuts on September 8.

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