Yasmin Angoe on They Come at Knight

By Gabriella Costa | August 26, 2022

In They Come at Knight, Yasmin Angoe continues the thrilling story of her heroine Nena Knight, an unforgettable and talented killer with a purpose.

Isabel and Imogen Greenberg on Gaia: Goddess of Earth

By Gabriella Costa | August 24, 2022

Isabel and Imogen Greenberg’s new graphic novel for young readers, Gaia: Goddess of Earth, is a vibrant and feminist take on this lesser-known but mighty figure from Greek mythology.

Emily Hughes on The Snail

By Gabriella Costa | August 15, 2022

Emily Hughes’s picture book The Snail shares the life of Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi and encourages everyone to create as a source of healing and gift of love.

Julia Sanches on translating Eva Baltasar’s Boulder

By Gabriella Costa | August 3, 2022

Eva Baltasar’s latest novel Boulder explores the darker sides of love and motherhood. Translator Julia Sanches discusses what drew her to the novel, and Baltasar shares a recording of her work in the original Catalan.

Booksellers Recommend: Women in Translation

By Gabriella Costa | August 2, 2022

To honor Women in Translation Month, some of our favorite booksellers offer recommendations of recent books from women writers working in underrepresented languages.

Kiki Petrosino on Bright: A Memoir

By Gabriella Costa | July 29, 2022

Having written four books of poetry, Kiki Petrosino approached her prose memoir Bright, a meditation on her upbringing in a mixed Black and Italian American family, as a fascinated outsider.

Jodie Slaughter on Bet on It

By Gabriella Costa | July 15, 2022

Jodie Slaughter loves love! Her most recent novel, Bet on It, is full of heart, heat, healing, and bingo,

Danny Angelo Fluker Jr. on A Healing Journal for Black Men

By Gabriella Costa | July 11, 2022

Community healing advocate and creator of Black Boys OM, Danny Angelo Fluker Jr. turns to journaling to help Black men reflect, heal, and grow.

Eric Choi on Just Like Being There

By Gabriella Costa | June 22, 2022

Just Like Being There is the first collection of hard science fiction stories by award-winning author and aerospace engineer Eric Choi, spanning his 25 year writing career.

Isaac Fitzsimons on The Passing Playbook

By Gabriella Costa | June 17, 2022

Isaac Fitzsimons writes so that every reader can see themselves reflected in literature.