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Mengyin Lin interviewed author Yiyun Li about her new short story collectionWednesday's Child, how she starts each new project, andletting her characters choose their own names, for theMillions.
Lev A.C. Rosen won the 2023Sue Federer Memorial Award for Best Historical Mysteryfor his novelLavender House(Forge Books).
InsideHookpublished Mike Dunphy's travel guide to Salem, Massachusetts, "More Than Just Witches."
Michael Montlack's "The Way My Mother Explained the Rain" wasPoetry Daily'sPoem of the Day.
Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins, will release Erin Entrada Kelly's middle grade novelThe First State of Beingon March 5th, 2024.
Memoirlandpublished Blaise Kearsley's essay "The Story of My Father's Hands."
Teresa Wong's essay "Teach Me How to Want to Live" is included in the anthologyWanting: Women Writing About Desire, out now fromCatapult.
Lev AC Rosen's novelThe Bell in the Fog, a follow-up to his mystery novel Lavender House, is out now fromForge Books.
Country musician, TV personality, and authorReba McEntiretalked with Mara Reinstein about starring on theVoice,growing up in a ranching family with a lot of musical talent, and why she loves red Solo cups, forParademagazine.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatchfeatured George Jreije and his new novelShad Hadid and the Forbidden Alchemies(released by Harper Collins on October 17th) in its literary roundup "TheMagic of Middle-Grade BooksCan Make Kids Eager Readers."
Haaretzpublished Lisa Namdar Kaufman's op-ed "Why Women in Israel AreTerrified."
David Berner'sThe Islander(Outpost19 Books) wonbest novellaat theNYC Big Book Awards.It was also named anHonorable Mention for Best Fictionby theParis Book Festivaland is a finalist for the2023 Hawthorne Prize.
Thimble Literary Magazinepublished Arlaina Tibensky's essay "The Fur Coat."
Rachel Simon interviewed former White House official and documentary filmmaker Alejandra Campoverdi about coming up with the phrase "Trailblazer Toll" in the middle of a graduation speech, and how that led to her new memoir First Gen, forShondaland.
Catapult BooksreleasedBest Debut Short Stories, featuring the winners of the PEN America Dau Prize for Emerging Writers, among them Mengyin Lin's story "Magic or Something Less Assuring."
McSweeney'spublished Janine Annett's "Things That Count as Writing."
"That’s Judaism for you — there’sno celebration without some good ol’ sadness, too." Rachel Simon ranks bar and bat mitzvah scenes in TV and movies, forVulture.
Union Square Booksannounced it will publish Marissa Walsh's picture bookOne Scoop or Two? And Other Ice Creamquestions in 2025.
TheCBCpublished Teresa Wong's comic "Searching for Proof: Canada Kept Vast Documents With the Chinese Exclusion Act. So Why Couldn't I Find My Great-Grandpa?"
Mara Reinstein interviewed actress Lea Thompson aboutBack to the Future(of course), but also motherhood, her short-lived ballet career, andsurviving as an actressfor more than 40 years, forParade.
Impossible Archetypepublished Michael Montlack's poem "Rainbow History (Progress Flag)."
"Fashion's wealthiest generationis also its oldest, and as its ranks expand, there are opportunities and challenges for an industry that largely ignores them," writes Lara Ewen in her article "Style's Silver Lining" forFashion Dive.
Harper Collinswill release George Jreije's novelShad Hadid and the Forbidden Alchemies, the second in his middle-grade adventure series, on October 17th.
Friday Flash Fictionpublished Angela Lam's micro story "The Wedding Venue."
The Vermont Arts Councilawarded Jessica Sticklor anArtist Creation Grant.
Laura Yeager is blogging forCure Today. Among her recent posts is "Fluoroscopes,Tooth X-Rays, and Modern Cancer Radiation Treatments."
Jacobinmagazine published Anni Irish's article "Museum Workers Are Tired of Being Paid in Cultural Cachet — SoThey're Unionizing."
Mara Reinstein asks exactly what you would in "Jane LynchAnswers Every Question We HaveAbout The Fugitive," forVulture.
Lara Ewen wrote "HanesReports Second Quarter Sales Dip, Avoids Discussion of Barington Letter" forFashion Dive.
Jon Gingerich wrote "How to Ruin a Brand, the Elon Musk Way" forO'Dwyer's PR News.
Compass Rosepublished Adela Brito's poem "This Gives MePause."
The Paterson Literary Reviewpublished Fran McNulty's poem "The New House."
New York Quarterlypublished Michael Montlack's poem "At Her Gay Uncle's 40th."
Melissa Petro's article "Private KindergartenCosts $84,000; We're Making Our School District Pay" is up now atInsider.
The Stonecoast Reviewpublished Amy Scheiner's essay "Driving with Janis Joplin."
Dorothy Parker's Ashespublished Fran McNulty's essay "Just the Way You Are" in its Hair issue.
Lisa Namdar Kaufman's poem "March" is published inTikkun.
"To my surprise, as the '90s discs took their first spins in decades, more came from the speakers than just music," writes Mike Dunphy in his essay "Lessons from a '90s CD Collection," forInsideHook.
Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, announced it will release Erin Entrada Kelly's middle-grade novelThe First State of Beingin March 2024.
HarperCollins Publisherswill release George Jreije's middle-grade novelShad Hadid and the Alchemists of Alexandriain paperpback on September 19th, and the next novel in the series,Shad Hadid and the Forbidden Alchemies, on October 17th.
The Ghost City Reviewpublished Michael Montlack's poem "House Keys."
Melissa Petro's article "How a Book Deal—And a Van—Bought Me Permission to Focus on Myself" is up now onYahoo.
ForParademagazine, Mara Reinstein interviewedactor Laura Linneyabout cooking, theater, and two small moments that made big changes in her life: Seeing Kathy Bates in a church-basement play, and the first time she performed outdoors.
Brilliant Flash Fictionpublished Amy Scheiner's story "tv kids."
John Kachuba's middle-grade novelHaycorn Smith and the Castle Ghostis out now fromPaper Angel Press.
Electric Literaturepublished Rita Chang-Eppig's essay "Folk Religion Isn't Backward, but I WalkedBackward Into It."
"I'm still looking for the answer. The formula." Cindy House talks about writers's relationships with their families, their students, their mentors, and more, atThe Creative Independent.
Huizachepublished Casandra López's poem "An Unknown."
The New York Times Magazinepublished Casandra López's poem "Sister Song."
Kuros Charney's pilotThe Benjaminsmade theTop 50in the 2023Launch Pad TV Pilot Competition.
The Rehearsal for Truth Theater Festival, which honors the work of Vaclav Havel, has appointed Edward Einhorn as its newdirector.
Barbara DeMarco-Barrett's article "On Revision: Writers Share Useful Tips and Strategies on How They Go About Improving Their Work" is in the latest issue of theAuthors Guild Bulletin.
"Kitchen ConfidentialwasThe BearbeforeThe Bear. So what went wrong?" asks Mara Reinstein in an essay forThe Ringer.
Eerie River Publishingreleased Holley Cornetto's horror novelThey Are Cursed Like You, the first in the new Trailer Park Witches series, in June.
Two of María Alejandra Barrios's short stories made it to theWigleafTop 50 Very Short Fictions of 2023: "Periquito," which was first published inPidgeonholes, and "Alligator Girls," first published inFlash Frog.
Mara Reinstein's interview with actress and director Eva Longoria is billed as a conversation about optimism and agency, but the two talk about being broke,stealing toilet paper, working 18 hour days, and the rare, delicious joy of working eight hours and being home in time for family dinner, forParademagazine.
The Atticus Reviewnamed Z Kennedy-Lopez its newfiction editor.
Rita Chang-Eppig's novelDeep as the Sky, Red as the Seais theBarnes & Noble Discover Selection of the Month. Bloomsbury USA released her debut book, an adventure story starring a Chinese pirate queen, on May 30th.
Rachel Simongave up dessertfor a month, and wrote about it forShondaland.
The Bryant Literary Reviewpublished Fran McNulty's poem "The Past Is Everything."
Mara Reinstein interviewedArnold Schwarzeneggerabout politics, TV, and why he doesn't reflect much on his past, forParademagazine.
Simon & Schusterreleased Cindy House's memoirMother Noisein paperback.
Mudfishpublished Michael Montlack's poem "Happiness."
Greenwillow Booksreleased Erin Entrada Kelly's middle-grade novelOnly, Only Marisol Rainey.
En Route, a short film directed by Pamela Harris, is an official selection of theVermont Film and Music Festival.
McSweeney'spublished Janine Annett's essay "All My Real Estate Fantasies."
One Storymagazine published Rita Chang-Eppig's "Walking the Dead."
Melissa Petro wrote "MyPostpartum AnxietyWent Undiagnosed, and Honestly, I Blame My Doctor" forRomper.
The New York Timespublished Rachel Simon's article "Don't Toss TheseGrad Caps!"
Erin Entrada Kelly's novelThose Kids From Fawn Creekis one of theBank Street College of Education'sBest Books of the Year.
D.X. Varosreleased Jessica Sticklor's novelAfter the Barricades(published under her author's name Jessica Stilling).
Amy Scheiner's essay "Tethered" is an honorable mention inInvisible City'sBlurred Genre Flash Contest.
The Citron Reviewpublished Michael Montlack's poem "Here, Where."
Lev A.C. Rosen's novelLavender Houseis a finalist for anAnthony Award at Boucherconin theHistorical Fictioncategory.
Rachel Simon interviewed novelist Mary Beth Keane, about how having aNew York Timesbestseller triggered her imposter syndrome, and writing her new novelThe Half Moonin the aftermath, forShondaland.
Nelsie Spencer's one-woman showDay of the Dead Daddyis aDenver Fringe Festivalselection, playing June 8th through 10th at the Redline Contemporary Art Center.
Craft Literarypublished Justine Teu's essay "Omnipresence."
Music nerds rejoice: Mara Reinstein did a deep-dive on how thesynth-heavy score and all-mid-1980s soundtrack for the filmAircame together—including why Van Halen's "Jump" and any songs by Prince are noticeably absent—forEsquire.
Rachel Simon interviewedlegendary children's book author Judy Blumeand screenwriter Kelly Fremon Craig about their collaboration to adapt Blume's novelAre You There God? It's Me, Margaret.for the screen, inThe Cut.
Anni Irish is covering labor and organizing forThe Art Newspaper. Recent articles include "Strike at New York'sHispanic SocietyEnters Second Week as Museum Pushes Back Long-Planned Re-Opening" and "Unionised Whitney Museum Workers Ratify TheirFirst ContractAfter 16 Months of Negotiations."
Publishers Weeklygave a starred review to Rita Chang-Eppig's forthcoming novelDeep as the Sky, Red as the Sea, calling it a "rollicking adventure ...not to be missed."
GCN (Gay Community News)included Scott Alexander Hess's novelThe Butcher's Sonson its list of "FourteenGreat New Queer Books You Should Readin 2023.)
The Adelaidepublished Fran McNulty's short story "The Bull Session."
Anni Irish's article about contract negotiations at the Guggenheim Museum, "You Can't Pay Rent With Prestige," is in theArt Newspaper.
Scott LaCounte's forthcoming nonfiction bookConsider the Ostrich: Unlocking the Book of Job and the Blessing of Sufferingis available for pre-order.
Audiblereleased the audiobook of Jon Gingerich's debut novelThe Appetite Factory, narrated by Adam Barr.
Rachel Simon interviewedauthor Ann Napolitanoabout her new novelHello Beautiful, writing it to escape into another world, and why all of her books explore the human need to live meaningfully, forShondaland.
Mara Reinstein interviewed actorRob Lowe什么他认为是最好的工作ne, working with his son, and turning 60, forParademagazine.
Dorothy Parker's Ashespublished N. West Moss's essay "A Warm Hand"in its Libido issue.
Erin Entrada Kelly's middle-grade short story "Mother Mary, Do You Bleed?" is included in the anthologyCalling The Moon: Sixteen Period Stories from BIPOC Authors, out now fromCandlewick Press.
Arsenal Pulp Pressannounced it will publish Teresa Wong's graphic novelAll Our Ordinary Storiesin fall 2024.
Lev A.C. Rosen's novelLavender Houseis afinalistfor theLambda Literary Award in LGBTQ+ Mystery.
Slatepublished Amy Scheiner's essay "I Had Weight-Loss Surgery at 17, and It Worked—but It Didn't Address我真正的问题."
One Storymagazine named Rita Chang-Eppig as one of its 2023Literary Debutantes.
Angela Lam's debut suspense novella,No Amends,will be published on October 10, 2023.
M.M. Lafleur'sThe—M—Dashpublished Rachel Simon's article "How Do You Know When It's Time to Leave aToxic Job?"
The Art Newspaperpublished Anni Irish's article "Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Closes on Anniversary ofInfamous HeistDue to Planned Climate Change Protest."
Lara Ewen wrote "FashionMakeover: Five Ways to Rethink the Industry in 2023" forFashion Dive.
Dorothy Parker's Ashespublished Fran McNulty's essay "We All Scream for Ice Cream" in its Food Issue.
You can watch Blaise Allysen Kearsley read and discuss her essay "A Jet All The Way" as part of theRaging Gracefully: The Women Who Came Before Usreading series.
Rebel Satori Pressannounced it will publish Scott Alexander Hess's novellaA Season in Delhiin November 2023.
Carmen Bugan's poem "Wedding Ring" is the Poem of the Week in theIrish Times.
Michael Montack's poem "Any Wonder I'm a Mess" is inThe Sierra Nevada Review.
弗兰McNulty的坡m "Street Life" is up now atEvery Day Poems.
Adela Brito's poem "Wounded Birds" appears in the spring issue ofCathexis Northwest Press
ForShondaland, Rachel Simon interviewed bestselling author Emma Lord about impostor syndrome, the rom-com novel, and how the romance genre "gives readers a chance to see themselves in writing that they might otherwise never get."
Carole Buggé's novelCleopatra's Dagger(written under her author name Carole Lawrence) is nominated for anEdgar Allen Poe Awardfor best novel published as a paperback original. The Edgars, given by theMystery Writers of America for the best in mystery and suspense writing, will be awarded in April.
The Guardianpublished Jon Gingerich's essay "How I Wrote My First Novel While Going Blind — And Kept It a Secret."
Outpost19Bookswill release David Berner's novellaThe Islanderon March 9th.
Rachel Simon ranked themyriad tragedies of Meredith Greyover the 19 seasons ofGrey's Anatomy, forVulture.
Industry Divehas named Lara Ewensenior editorof its new publicationFashion Dive.
Tor.compublished Rita Chang-Eppig's essay "You Can't Be Pro-Establishment and Punk Rock: TheUpending of the Model Minority Mythin Mike Chen'sVampire Weekend."
"My mother saiddon't marry/一个人好看,”……弗兰McNulty的坡m "Self-Portrait" is up now atPoetry Potion.
The New York Timespublished Rachel Simon's article "Why Some Husbands Choose to Take Their Wives' Last Names."
The Keepthingspublished Arlaina Tibensky's essay "The Heart-Shaped Cake Pans."
Amy Scheiner's essay "Special Victims Unit" won second place in theBlue Mesa Review's Summer Nonfiction Contest.
Anita Gill's flash essay "Steel" is up now at theCoachella Review.
Apexmagazine published Jennifer Marie Brissett's short story "The Healer."
The Gay and Lesbian Reviewpublished Michael Montlack's poem "Fixer Upper."
"Bugan...takes the reader onan engaging and informative scholar's tourof poets and artists...to look at language, resistance, grief, theory, struggle, perspective, and freedom," writes Rick Larios in his review of Carmen Bugan's essay collectionPoetry and the Language of Oppression, for theManhattan Review.
Melissa Petro's nonfiction bookShame On You: How to Be a Woman in the Age of Mortificationwill be published this fall byPutnam.
LatineLitmagazine published María Alejandra Barrios's short story "Julieta."
Lisa Namdar Kaufman's poem "Spring" will appear in the anthologySMEOP: Hot, forthcoming from Black Sunflowers Poetry Press.
Mara Reinstein interviewed the actorJohn LarroquetteforParademagazine, asking him about the weirdness of reprising a role 35 years later, working with ghosts, and whether there's any truth to the rumor he was paid for his work on the classic filmThe Texas Chainsaw Massacrewith a joint.
Wild Rose Pressreleased Angela Lam's novelNever-Ending Promises.
James Preller's graphic novelThe Whispering Pines, the first book in a new middle-grade suspense series, comes out fromScholasticon February 7th.
Torpublished Robert Repino's essay "Six MoreBizarroMade-for-TV Movies That Actually Exist."
"The problem with those who do deny the reality [of nepotism in Hollywood] is that it’s not only self-deception, buta harmful distortionfor everyone else out there," writes Rachel Simon in her op-ed "Why Allison Williams Has the Best 'Nepo Baby' Comeback" forNBCThink.
Union Square Booksunveiled the cover of Lev AC Rosen's forthcoming YA adventure novelLion's Legacyand announced it will release on May 2nd.
Stanchionmagazine published Arlaina Tibensky's short story "50 Free."
American Theatremagazine published Edward Einhorn's essay "Hath Not a Jew Roles?A Case for Authentic Jewish Casting."
Michael Montlack's poem "Biding" is up now atRan Off With The Star Bassoon.
Woodhall Pressreleased its anthologyNonwhite and Woman: 131 Micro Essays on Being in the World, featuring "The First Time It Happened" by Blaise Allysen Kearsley.
弗兰McNulty的坡m "Tiasquam"was featured in the Poet's Corner section of theMartha's Vineyard Times.
Scary Mommypublished Janine Annett's essay "Chrismukkahis Double the Work but Also Double the Fun."
"All thosesmall chunks of writing timeadd up fast to a completed draft," writes Christine Meade in "A Day in the Life of an Author (and Mother)," forHasty Book List.
Rachel Simon rounded up "18 Things You Never Knew aboutTitanic," for the 25th anniversary of the film's release, forShondaland.
Catapultpublished Blaise Allysen Kearsley's essay "The Story of My Father's Hands."
Strings Attached, the play written by Carole Buggé, is nominated for twoBroadway World Off-Broadway Awards:Best New Play—Off-Broadway, and Best Production of a Play—Off-Broadway.
弗兰McNulty的坡m "Bloody Red Peppers" is up now atThe Inquisitive Eater.
The Sandy River Reviewpublished Adela Brito's flash story "Waiting for Sunday."
LitReactorincluded Jon Gingerich's new novelThe Appetite Factory摘要“2022:年Intrusive Thoughtas High Literature."
Susan Breen wrote "Five Newsletter Tips" for theMiss Demeanorsblog.
The Offingpublished María Alejandra Barrios's flash story "Día de las Velitas."
Alanna Schubach is the guest editor atA Personal Anthology, recommending 12 short stories that "containan element of mystery that keeps them in the reader’s mind, always offering up more for excavation, never exhausted."
The Latin American Cultural Center published Laura Yeager's essay "Tierra: How Does a Boy Connect with his Guatemalan Heritage?"
Love, Loosha: The Letters of Lucia Berlin and Kenward Elmslie, edited by Chip Livingston, is out now fromHigh Road Books/University of New Mexico Press.
Fractured Litpublished María Alejandra Barrios's short story "Pimiento Season."
The School Library Journalnamed Erin Entrada Kelly's novelThose Kids From Fawn Creekto its list ofBest Middle Grade Books of 2022.
Pamela Harris talked aboutwriting animals as characters, and how including them in her stories has made her "attuned to higher ways of knowing and being," on the podcastConversations With Animals.
Bending Genrespublished Michael Montlack's poem "My Sister Doesn't Remember."
Rita Chang-Eppig's forthcoming novelDeep as the Sky, Red as the Seais one ofBookish's most anticipated novels for 2023.
Lake Union Publishingannounced it will publish María Alejandra Barrios's debut novelThe Women of Caminitoin spring 2024.
Every Day Fictionpublished Holley Cornetto's short story "Mother."
Chip Livingston's essay "Remembering Kenward Elmslie and Lucia Berlin Through TheirPostcards to Each Other" is up now atLitHub.
Proof, a podcast byAmerica's Test Kitchen,featured Varud Gupta's story "Should I Cook for My Dog?"
Erin Entrada Kelly will have a short story in the middle-grade anthologyCalling The Moon: Sixteen Period Stories from BIPOC Authors, forthcoming in March fromCandlewick Press.
Mara Reinstein interviewedSteve Martinabout his new book, the runaway success ofOnly Murders in the Building, and finding a good place to stash his Oscar when he's on a Zoom call, for the cover ofParademagazine's final print edition.
Rachel Simon ranked all of Daniel Radcliffe's post-Harry Potterfilm roles, forVulture.
The Washington Post called Lev AC Rosen's new novelLavender House"richly cinematic" and included it in the round-up "Five New Thrillers and MysteriesDeliver the Best Kind of Tension."
D.X. Varosreleased Jessica Sticklor's latest novelBetween Before and After(under her writer's name Jessica Stilling) on November 8th.
"My Neurodivergent Child Is Just as Loveable as My Neurotypical One," writes Melissa Petro forTimemagazine.
New York Quarterlypublished Michael Montlack's poem"Past Life."
Carole Buggé talked with host Carly Newfeld about her latest novelCleopatra's Daggerandwhy people still love murder mysterieson the podcastThe Last Word.
"These little enclaves, where there was no dancing and no kissing and sirens blared outside, but where nonetheless there was hope," writes Lev AC Rosen about gay bars, film noir, and the fight for LGBTQ+ equality, in his essay "The Big Sleep and the Black Cat" forCrime Reads.
America's Next Great Author, a forthcoming reality show hosted by Kwame Alexander, selected Scott Alexander Hess as asemi-finalist contestant.
Summoupublished Stephanie Nieves's essay "Therapy Diaries."
Shondalandpublished Rachel Simon's article "WithAbbott Elementary,尼科尔斯作家Brittani终于找到一个地方for Her Voice."
Book Riotincluded Alanna Schubach and her recently novelThe Nobodieson its list of "Exciting Contemporary Books Looking at Jewish Life."
Anni Irish covered the contract negotiations,worker strike, and union ratification by employees of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for theArt Newspaper.
"There is noquick answer to how to be an artist. There is only being an artist," writes Angie Chatman in her essay "The Apprenticeship Model" for theBrevity Blog.
Decembermagazine published Michael Montlack's poems "Post Break-Up Saudade" and "Who Taught Casanova How to Flirt?"
Brendan Halpin's YA horror novelBlack Diamondis available now onGumdrop.
John Kachuba's middle-grade paranormal novel, "Haycorn Smith and the Castle Ghost," will be published in 2023 byPaper Angel Press.
Bloomsbury宣布将发布丽塔Chang-Eppig的小说Deep as the Sky, Red as the Seain June 2023.
The Horn Bookreviewed Erin Entrada Kelly's recently-released middle-grade novelSurely, Surely Marisol Rainey, calling it a "lively, realistic, and emotionally honest story."
Jon Reiner reviewed Tom Stoppard's latest Broadway playLeopoldstadtin "Vienna Waits for You."
Josh Sippie's short story "Wingspan" will be included in the forthcoming anthologyNegative Space Comics 2022.
Scott Alexander Hess curated a list of "risk-taking, gorgeous LGBTQ novels" forShepherd.
Rachel Simon has advice for wedding guests who have no idea what to wear in her article "Decoding the Dress Code" for theNew York Times.
Cheap Poppublished María Alejandra Barrios's flash fiction story "Adenium."
Little, Brown Books for Young Readersannounced it will publish Lev AC Rosen's young adult novelEmmett, inspired by Jane Austen's Emma, in fall 2023.
Carole Buggé and her latest novelCleopatra's Daggerwere the subject of afeature articleinThe Big Thrill.