July, 2017

PULITZER PRIZE WINNER 2017

PULITZER PRIZE WINNER 2017

OLIO  by Tyehimba Jess More awards and praises for OLIO: With ambitious manipulations of poetic forms, Tyehimba Jess presents the sweat and story behind America’s blues, worksongs and church hymns. Part fact, part fiction, Jess’s much anticipated second book weaves sonnet, song, and narrative to examine the lives of mostly unrecorded African American performers directly […]

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Glory Days

Glory Days

by Melissa Fraterrigo “Melissa Fraterrigo’s novel strikes with the unexpected force of a summer tornado. It’s a marvel as gritty as the carnival at the edge of her fictional rural town of Ingleside, where characters worthy of a Flannery O’Connor story struggle and self-medicate to make sense of lives marked by loss, violence, and despair. […]

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