THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

May 8, 2015

Maggie Nelson’s THE ARGONAUTS is a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice, and was reviewed by Jennifer Szalai for the newspaper. “So much writing about motherhood makes the world seem smaller after the child arrives, more circumscribed, as if in tacit fealty to the larger cultural assumptions about moms and domesticity; Nelson’s book does the opposite,” observes Szalai. Graywolf published the book on May 5, 2015.

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

THE ARGONAUTS by Maggie Nelson

May 1, 2015

Maggie Nelson’s THE ARGONAUTS is one of PW’s Best Summer Books and was reviewed in the Los Angeles Review of Books, which called it a “brilliant and poetically associative search” and said, “She does not bend genre so much as she refuses to bend her writing to meet genre’s demands, and it is that unbendingness that makes her work so fresh, compelling, dark, and intimate.”

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

April 30, 2015

Sarah Manguso’s ONGOINGNESS was reviewed in the National Post, which said, “What’s written hastily into a calendar or notebook is never the life itself, a point Sarah Manguso makes with grace and economy in her new book Ongoingness … [The book] achieves a grace no diary possibly could, because it is not a diary at all. The essay instead reflects on the intimacy of keeping abreast of one’s self.” Graywolf published the book on March 3, 2015.

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

RUST by Jonathan Waldman

April 17, 2015

An excerpt from Jonathan Waldman’s, RUST: THE LONGEST WAR was published in Men’s Journal from his book RUST: The Longest War. The book was also reviewed in the Wall Street Journal which called it “Compelling” and also said “Mr. Waldman does a masterful job of interweaving elements of the science and technology…” Simon & Schuster published the hardcover on March 10, 2015.

THE FRIENDSHIP OF CRIMINALS by Rob Glinski

THE FRIENDSHIP OF CRIMINALS by Rob Glinski

April 10, 2015

The Dayton Daily News has reviewed THE FRIENDSHIP OF CRIMINALS, and says of the book, “The ultimate showdown scene at the end of “The Friendship of Criminals” is destined to become a classic. Glinski has really impressed this reviewer with his tantalizing debut.” Minotaur Books published the book on March 17, 2015.

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

April 10, 2015

Sarah Manguso’s ONGOINGNESS was reviewed in the Boston Globe, which said: “A beautiful book… . [Manguso’s] powerful and provocative reflections … interrogate the mortality we all share.” Graywolf published the book on March 3, 2015.

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD by Steven Weinberg

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD by Steven Weinberg

April 8, 2015

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD by Nobel Laureate Steven Weinberg received rave reviews in the New York Times Book Review, which says that Weinberg “tells a rich, meaningful tale about the emergence of science, and evokes a sense of ‘how difficult was the discovery of modern science, how far from obvious are its practices and standards’.” The book was also reviewed by John Farrell on Forbes.com who calls it “entertaining”

THE DYNAMITE ROOM by Jason Hewitt

THE DYNAMITE ROOM by Jason Hewitt

April 8, 2015

Jason Hewitt’s THE DYNAMITE ROOM was given a starred review in Publishers Weekly, which said, “[A] strong debut novel … Hewitt’s novel is well-crafted and engrossing. In the confines of a house that can feel at once claustrophobic and expansive, he artfully explores family and identity, and how war changes the lives of both soldiers and civilians.” Little, Brown published the book on March 17, 2015.

THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

THE HIGH DIVIDE by Lin Enger

April 8, 2015

Lin Enger’s THE HIGH DIVIDE has been shortlisted for the Reading the West Book Award, given by the Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers’ Association. Algonquin published the book on September 23, 2014.

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

ONGOINGNESS by Sarah Manguso

April 8, 2015

Sarah Manguso’s ONGOINGNESS was reviewed by Alice Gregory in The New Yorker, by Maria Popova in Brain Pickings, and also in BookReporter. Said The New Yorker, “In her almost psychedelic musings on time and what it means to preserve one’s own life, she has managed to transcribe an entirely interior world. She has written the memoir we didn’t realize we needed.”