Tova Kranz grew up in the Washington, D.C. area and in Orlando, Florida. She escaped Disney World and graduated from Florida State University and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with degrees in English. While excited to explore Louisville, she is most excited about the opportunity to learn more about publishing as an independent press. In her free time, she writes poems about the ocean, wanders around Louisville, and watches as many cat videos as possible.
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“The mundane becomes poetic in Nona Caspers’s novel-in-vignettes, The Fifth Woman. Its atmosphere of grief is established with tight, beautiful prose. . . . There are no wasted words. The text itself is a pleasure.” Read More
Judge Aimee Bender has selected Joan Frank's collection of novellas, Where You're All Going as the winner of the 2018 Mary McCarthy Prize. Judge Ocean Vuong has selected Chad Bennett's collection, Your New Feeling is the Artifact of a Bygone Era as the winner of the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry. Read More
Publishers Weekly has praised two upcoming Sarabande titles. Louisa Ermelino says of Rosellen Brown "I can’t remember yesterday, but when it comes to books that broke the ice around my heart… Read More