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by Dory Athey on Mar 08, 2017

Novelist, farmer, poet and environmental activist, Wendell Berry, has been named an International Association of Culinary Professionals Trailblazer. Read the full list of winners here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 08, 2017

Elena Lappin’s new memoir, What Language Do I Dream In?, is reviewed by Cherwell; Oxford University’s newspaper. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 07, 2017

Bernadette Murphy’s new adventure memoir, Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life, is reviewed by Shoulders of Giants. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 07, 2017

PBS NewsHour names Laura Pritchett’s The Blue Hour to their list of “Top 5 Books That Make You Think About What It Means to be Human”
Text: PBS NewsHour says Laura Pritchett’s new novel, The Blue Hour, will “help you forget the turmoil in this world.” Read the full feature here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 06, 2017

Anna Journey’s new essay collection, An Arrangement of Skin, receives a lovely review from the Boston Globe. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 06, 2017

An excerpt from Beebe Bahrami’s new book, Café Neandertal was published in EuropeNow. Read the excerpt here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 06, 2017

Savage Online profiles Elena Lappin, the multilingual author of What Language Do I Dream In? Read the full profile here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 02, 2017

An Arrangement of Skin author Anna Journey pens an essay for LitHub about the fascinating notes left in California’s Big Sur Inn’s infamous guest journals. Read the full essay here.

by Dory Athey on Mar 01, 2017

Thomas Dilworth’s forthcoming David Jones: A Biography is recommended by editor and author Max Porter on BBC Radio 4’s Open Book program. Porter calls it “an absolute joy to read.” Listen to the full program here.

by Dory Athey on Feb 28, 2017

Coast Range by Nick Neely receives a lovely review from DIAGRAM. Read the full review here.

by Dory Athey on Feb 28, 2017

Off the Shelf says Evan S. Connell’s 1959 debut Mrs. Bridge is the “Perfect Novel to Read in 2017.” Read the full review here.