To celebrate the release of Starve the Vulture — the latest release in Akashic’s Kaylie Jones Books imprint — we’re pleased to bring you a spotlight on author Jason Carney’s Young DFW Writers program written by Laura Roach.
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Akashic intern Alex Whelan reviews A Treatise on Shelling Beans by Wiesław Myśliwski, translated by Bill Johnston (Archipelago Books).
Review: By My Hand: A Commissario Ricciardi Mystery by Maurizio de Giovanni, Translated by Antony Shugaar
Akashic intern Juliet Simon reviews By My Hand: A Commissario Ricciardi Mystery by Maurizio de Giovanni, translated by Antony Shugaar (Europa Editions).
On Monday, March 14, Scandinavia House will host a launch event for Stockholm Noir featuring editor Nathan Larson. Today, Akashic is thrilled to spotlight AMSCAN and Scandinavia House with more information about their organization.
On Wednesday, November 5, LIVE from the NYPL will graciously host Akashic’s Tehran Noir/Tel Aviv Noir panel event from 7 to 9 p.m. in the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. This discussion, moderated by best-selling novelist Rick Moody (The Ice Storm), features four contributing authors to these newest Noir Series titles and will explore their writing as it pertains to life both within these cities and outside of them. In honor of their housing our event, today Akashic spotlights the Live from the NYPL discussion and reading series.
To celebrate the release of Prison Noir — the latest release in Akashic’s Noir Series and edited by National Book Award winner Joyce Carol Oates — we’re very pleased to bring you a guest post by William Scott Lyon, who facilitates a creative writing workshop on death row in Nashville, Tennessee.
To celebrate the release of Prison Noir — the latest release in Akashic’s Noir Series and edited by National Book Award winner Joyce Carol Oates — we’re pleased to bring you a spotlight on the Pongo Teen Writing program written by Eli Hastings, the program’s assistant director.
Akashic intern Tyler Burr reviews A Private Venus by Giorgio Scerbanenco, translated by Howard Curtis.