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Just Us by Claudia Rankine

Graywolf Press is a nonprofit publisher of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and genre-defying literature whose aim is to foster new thinking about what it means to live in the world today.

Carmen Maria Machado, Max Porter, and Tracy K. Smith
Carmen Machado and Saidiya Hartman in NY
Fugitive Atlas by Khaled Mattawa

A virtuosic collection that inventively expands the sonnet form to confront the messy contradictions of contemporary America, including the beauty and the difficulty of working-class life in the Rust Belt.

Citation for FRANK:SONNETS, Winner of the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry

NEW AND NOTEWORTHY

Winner of the Graywolf Nonfiction Prize
Lars Horn
New Nonfiction from Lawrence Jackson
Lawrence Jackson
Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry
Mai Der Vang
Brilliant, multifaceted new collection from Jeffrey Yang
Jeffrey Yang
Jacinda Townsend
New Novel from International Bestselling Author
Per Petterson, Ingvild Burkey
New Collection from NBA Finalist
Solmaz Sharif
A Profound Encounter with the Hyperreality of Our Time
Tom Sleigh
Stunning New Novel Translated from the Catalan
Irene Sola, Mara Faye Lethem
Translated Literature
Nona Fernandez, Natasha Wimmer
Per Petterson, Don Bartlett
Poetry
Threa Almontaser
Fiction
Jakob Guanzon

In the News

TYEHIMBA JESS SELECTS KWEKU ABIMBOLA AS WINNER OF 2022 ACADEMY OF AMERICAN POETS FIRST BOOK AWARD
New York, NY (March 28, 2022)— Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess has selected Kweku Abimbola’s manuscript Saltwater Demands a Psalm as the recipient of the 2022 Academy of… Read full story »
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GRAYWOLF PRESS DIRECTOR AND PUBLISHER FIONA MCCRAE ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
After twenty-seven years as director and publisher at Graywolf Press, Fiona McCrae has announced her retirement effective June 2022. Read full story »

Citizen in the Classroom

Claudia Rankine's groundbreaking Citizen: An American Lyric and other books have inspired programming and sparked conversations in schools, universities, and communities across the country. (Photo credit: DP Jolly.)


Graywolf gave my story a chance when few others would. It's an honor and a privilege to join the roster of this world-class press, committed to disrupting the canon by taking wild, unpopular, beautiful chances.

Wayétu Moore