We’ve kept pretty busy this year, publishing a mix of books we’re tremendously proud of: fiction and history, poetry and journalism, translations, debuts, reissues of epochal classics, and more. As we look with energy and excitement to 2019, we know there’s one more hurdle to be cleared before the big ball drops: holiday shopping. To...keep reading
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As 2018 begins winding down, we can look back and say that it’s been, in some ways, the Year of Yan Lianke, hailed aptly by the Financial Times as “China’s most feted and most banned author.” Yan’s international profile has never been higher — recent weeks have seen a major, in-depth profile at the New Yorker,...keep reading
Today would have been the eighty-fourth birthday of Amiri Baraka — legendary poet, playwright, critic, activist, and troublemaker of radical distinction, from whose fifty-plus years of writing we assembled S O S: Poems 1961—2013 in 2016. Amiri Baraka was born Everett Leroy Jones in Newark in 1934, and, following a dishonorable discharge from the Air Force...keep reading