Tim McLoughlin, author of Heart of the Old Country as well as co-creator of Akashic’s Noir Series, penned an article on Brooklyn’s Danish Athletic Club for the New York Times.
February 2014 News & Features
Akashic interviews Ron Hogan, who recently partnered with the Beacon Reader to create A More Diverse Book Review, dedicated to reviewing books that may not get the mainstream coverage they deserve.
David Unger, author of The Price of Escape, was recently interviewed by Nathalie Handal at Words Without Borders about his experience of Guatemala City.
What new, completely made-up holiday you can imagine? (Holiday must be less meaningless than Valentine’s Day.) Share with us in the comments!
This is axiomatic. This is easy. The hard part comes when you have to say, hello I am an. My name is and I am an. I am alcohol. I am an alcohol named and I am an. Well, we are not Saints . . .
Akashic remembers Maggie Estep, who passed away on February 12, 2014.
Ziggy Marley, whose debut children’s book, I Love You Too, will be released by Akashic on April 15th, recently spoke to Megan Buerger at the Wall Street Journal‘s Speakeasy blog about the book, his new album, Fly Rasta, and more.
Check out the new book trailer for Changers Book One: Drew by T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper!
Featured: Black Interest
- Every Boy Should Have a Man
- I Love You Too
- Song for Night
- Haiti Noir 2: The Classics
- Lost Canyon
- Tales of the Out & the Gone
- Lagos Noir (Nigeria)
- Pressure Makes Diamonds: Becoming the Woman I Pretended to Be
- Frederick Douglass in Brooklyn
- Addis Ababa Noir (Ethiopia)
- The Plot Against Hip Hop
- Changers Book Two: Oryon