- This week Michael Homolka, author of Antiquity (2016), was featured as Poetry Daily's Featured Poet. The website featured his poems "Out at the Mall" and "Riposte to Ode". We suggest you read more of Homolka's work by purchasing it here.
- Edie Meidav, author of forthcoming Kingdom of the Young (2017), wrote an opinion piece about the election results for LitHub titled "On the Morning After, and moving from Mourning to Hope". In the piece Meidav examines her own reactions as well as well as the impact of the results on future generations. She asks,
"If winter is here, can spring be far behind?"
Pre-order your copy of Kingdom of the Young here.
- Mike Scalise, author of forthcoming memoir The Brand New Catastrophe (2017), was given a glowing review from Kirkus Reviews. Of The Brand New Catastrophe they said,
“Fascinating and engaging. . . . Scalise's narrative verve and brisk prose create a winning chronicle of illness, recovery, and "courageous defiance." A frankly written debut memoir that captures all the fright of a medical calamity and the humor and grace necessary to survive it.”
You can pre-order your copy of The Brand New Catastrophe here.