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New Books: July 2019

Happy summer, readers! Here’s a look at the new July fiction releases CRAFT can’t wait to read. Happy pub day to one and all…   Selva Almada, The Wind That Lays Waste (translated by Chris Andrews) “Selva Almada burns off all the…

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New Books: June 2019

Here’s a look at the June releases CRAFT can’t wait to read. Happy pub day to one and all!   Kristen Arnett, Mostly Dead Things “If Heather Lewis and Joy Williams had a child it might be this―I don’t think I’ve ever…

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TV Adaptations We Love

Game of Thrones ending got you down? Get back on the horse with some of our favorite book-to-TV adaptations. This is a watch first, read later recommendation list, arranged in order of urgency. Binge on! Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale Binge…

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New Books: May 2019

Here’s a look at some of the May releases CRAFT can’t wait to read. Happy pub day to one and all!   Ted Chiang, Exhalation “There’s so much excellence in the labyrinth of ideas in Exhalation—machines that question free will, AIs that challenge…

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New Books: April 2019

Here’s a look at some of the April releases CRAFT can’t wait to read. Happy pub day to one and all!   Jennifer Acker, The Limits of the World “The Limits of the World is a riveting and nuanced study of how we…

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CRAFT @ AWP19 in PDX

  Please stop by and visit our booth at AWP 2019 in Portland! Booth: 1056 Alongside The Masters Review & Frontier Poetry & Palette Poetry Meet editors & readers, win Powell’s gift cards, recharge with donuts Please keep up with us on Twitter @CraftLiterary and check…

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New Books: March 2019

Here’s a quick look at some of the great fiction publishing in March—so many short story collections! Happy pub day to one and all.   Candice Carty-Williams, Queenie From Booklist (starred review): “Fast moving and with a strong sense of Queenie’s…

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New Books: February 2019

Here’s a quick look at some of the great fiction publishing in February. Happy pub day to one and all!   Ayesha Harruna Attah, The Hundred Wells of Salaga “A powerful and moving novel that intricately explores the Salaga slave market…

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CRAFT Fiction by the Elements

Here’s a roundup of CRAFT short and flash fiction pieces that each exemplify a certain element. Don’t forget the Author’s Note that accompanies each piece, in which the writer considers an aspect of craft in their story. Character Check out…

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