This Week’s News

Sergeant Salinger by Jerome Charyn (Bellevue Literary Press) was reviewed in the Washington Post on December 30: “But in this novel, as with much of Salinger’s life, we have to accept a certain amount of mystery.” 

Several Consortium titles were shortlisted for Rebel Women Lit‘s Caribbean Readers’ Awards, including three from Akashic: A Million Aunties by Alecia McKenzie, Polar Vortex by Shani Mootoo, and Cane Warriors by Alex Wheatle; plus The Wondrous Lives of Ivan and Ivana by Maryse Condé, trans. Richard Philcox (World Editions).

Black Heroes of the Wild West by James Otis Smith (TOON Books) was featured in a list of “2020 informational fiction” titles from the popular School Library Journal blog, A Fuse #8 Production.

Spirituality & Health featured an interview with Rabbi Wayne Dosick, author of Radical Loving: One God, One World, One People (Monkfish Book Publishing) on December 12. They are also going to feature it in their January print issue.

Camilla Grudova, author of The Doll’s Alphabet (Coffee House Press), published a story in the December issue of The White Review.

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