From new grants for magazines to the release of Hillary Clinton's What Happened, we collected the latest literary news.
Last week, the National Book Foundation announced nominees for its annual awards in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and young people’s literature. If we are, in the words of poet Kaveh Akbar, living in a “golden age of poetry,” what can a closer look at this year’s contenders tell us about
Laguna Libros started as a small publisher of art books and has become a well-established press that has made a strong impact in the international publishing scene by remaining nimble, smart, and curious.
What is the function of the artist and writer in a troubled society? What is our role in these uncertain and precarious political times?
A new tax reform blueprint offers some sense of where the Administration wants to take tax policy—and what it means for writers.
Today, one in seven Washingtonians are immigrants, which has shaped literary trends and artistic output.
Imagine being cut off from more than ninety percent of the world’s printed material. According to the non-profit World Blind Union, that's the case for people with visual impairments. But there are plenty of things that can be done to make books more accessible to those with visual and
My creative writing students want to talk about the business of literature. They want to talk cover letters, agents, MFA programs, fellowships.
Every time I pause in front of a stack of lit mags at my house, I find myself flipping through one for a morsel. Gimme something good. I find myself re-reading things I’ve already read and feeling surprised by them again and again, as if the magazine keeps
The literary community descended on Washington, DC last week for the Association of Writers & Writing Programs’ annual conference, and participants seized the opportunity to register their dissent with the current administration.