Akashic intern Andrea Pura reviews Laidlaw by William McIlvanney.
Category: Akashic in Good Company
Welcome to Akashic in Good Company, a regular feature where Akashic spotlights the remarkable people and places in today’s publishing industry. This is where you’ll find managing editor Johanna Ingalls’s in-depth profiles of literary agents, bookstore owners, publishers, and many others; our Indie Bookstore Spotlight and photo tours; reviews of works from other small publishers; and additional posts highlighting our colleagues in other corners of the publishing world.
Morowa Yejidé talks about the inspiration behind her debut novel, Time of the Locust, out now from Atria Books/Simon & Schuster.
Two weeks ago, managing editor Johanna Ingalls participated as a panelist at the Anguilla Lit Fest in the Lower Antilles and came back smitten with the fair.
Akashic intern Amanda Horn reviews Phantoms of Breslau by Marek Krajewski, translated by Danusia Stock (Melville House).
In this Akashic In Good Company feature, we’re pleased to highlight the work of nonprofit organization Library For All, with whom we’ve partnered to bring books and educational materials to students in developing countries.
On Thursday, May 19, Extreme Kids & Crew will host their annual gala in Brooklyn. Click to read more on this wonderful organization.
To celebrate the release of Pepperpot: Best New Stories from the Caribbean, we are thrilled to feature spotlights of a few of our Peekash Press collaborators throughout April. Today, we’re pleased to feature our Peekash Press partners, Peepal Tree Press.
To celebrate the release of Drawing Autism, edited by Jill Mullin, Akashic will be spotlighting certain organizations dedicated to nurturing and developing the talents, artistic and otherwise, of people diagnosed with autism. Today, we’re thrilled to feature The Good Purpose Gallery, located in Lee, Massachusetts!
Featured: Black Interest
- Lost Canyon
- All or Nothing
- Among the Bloodpeople: Politics & Flesh
- The Angels’ Share
- Globetrotter & Hitler’s Children
- Gomer’s Song
- Cane Warriors
- My Dog Romeo
- Every Boy Should Have a Man
- Revolutionary Threads: Rastafari, Social Justice, and Cooperative Economics
- New-Generation African Poets: A Chapbook Box Set (Sita)
- The System of Dante’s Hell