The small press becomes the newest imprint of the University of Nebraska Press.
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Alice Quinn on her eighteen years as the executive director of the Poetry Society of America.
The ten-year-old press publishes full-length poetry collections and chapbooks dedicated to the “values that make poetry timeless.”
Novelist Jonathan Lethem handpicks his favorite forgotten books for reissue in a series published by Pushcart Press.
A roundup of four new anthologies, including Shapes of Native Nonfiction: Collected Essays by Contemporary Writers edited by Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton.
Copies of Joe Sacksteder’s story collection, Make/Shift, have been fashioned into a couture dress.
In collaboration with Narrative 4, the House of SpeakEasy’s bookmobile will travel from New York City to New Orleans and give books to schools, prisons, and libraries along the way.
The essayist on the journals that published essays from her debut collection, When You Learn the Alphabet.
The first lines of a dozen noteworthy books, including The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead and Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn.
Writers debate the merits of an award for a fictional thriller that does not feature violence toward women.
The first lines of a dozen noteworthy books, including The Tradition by Jericho Brown and Orange World by Karen Russell.
The online storytelling community expands to print with the launch of Wattpad Books.
A fiction writer discusses five journals that published work from her debut story collection, Sabrina & Corina.
Poets House in New York City launches an interactive digital exhibition of their chapbook collection.
A roundup of four new anthologies, including the third volume of the BreakBeat Poets series, Halal If You Hear Me, edited by Fatimah Asghar and Safia Elhillo.
Poet and memoirist Meghan O’Rourke, the incoming editor of the Yale Review, discusses her approach to editing, her plans for the journal, and the trends she’s most excited about.
Funded by novelist Charles Frazier, the Cold Mountain series will highlight new literary fiction from the South.
A pair of English singer-songwriters perform literature-inspired music in bookstores across the United States.
The Kansas City, Missouri–based independent press approaches its fiftieth anniversary with plans to launch a chapbook competition in 2020.
A Houston artist turns outdated manuals, phone books, and encyclopedias into visually striking sculptures.
Twenty years after its founding, online anthology Poetry Daily expands its editorial vision through a new partnership with George Mason University.
Founded in 2014 by Sean Shearer, BOAAT Press publishes both traditional books and handmade chapbooks of poetry by emerging writers.
A poet discusses five journals that published poems from his third collection, As One Fire Consumes Another.
The Center for Fiction relocates to Brooklyn, New York, with plans to expand its membership, events, educational offerings, and resources for fiction writers.
After twenty-two years as the executive director of the MacDowell Colony, Cheryl A. Young discusses the future of the prestigious residency program.