Briefly Noted: Publishers Weekly's Big Indie Books of Fall 2016, Praise for Allegheny Front
- Publishers Weekly has listed Louisa Ermelino's collection of short stories, Malafemmena (2016), as one of their Big Indie Books of Fall 2016. In a starred review they wrote, “the stories’ themes are elemental and affecting, lingering in the mind like parables or myths sketching something vital, sad, and true.” You can buy a copy of Malafemmena here.
- In a glowing review of Matthew Neil Null's short fiction collection, Allegheny Front (2016), the Charleston Gazette-Mail says, "West Virginia author Matthew Neill Null brings the richness of his mountain heritage to each page . . . Null understands the rugged West Virginia landscape and how its inhabitants blend and meld to its unforgiving truths and persevere in spite of it. He bypasses the tired cliches and timeworn assumptions of Appalachian life. He skips straight to the essence of the mountains and valleys.” Allegheny Front is available for purchase here.
- Earlier this summer, we relocated our Louisville headquarters to the heart of the arts and culture district. It's been a long few weeks of customizing our new offices, but the dust is finally beginning to clear. Check out our website for some before-and-after photos of the new space!