August 2015

Four Poems from Katie Ford a Decade after Katrina

"Poems, it might be said, aren’t at home in the history books. Which is why I write them." With this week marking ten years after Hurricane Katrina, Katie Ford revisits some of her poems from Colosseum about the storm and its aftermath.

Sneak Peek: Cities I've Never Lived In by Sara Majka

Sara Majka’s cerebral debut story collection, Cities I've Never Lived In (publication date: February 2016) is the second book in Graywolf's collaborative efforts with A Public Space. APS editor, Brigid Hughes, introduces us to this collection about distance and belonging, at turns both sad and humorous.

The Report Takes to the Stage

The Report: A Novel by Jessica Francis Kane was published by Graywolf in 2010 and is something of a historical mystery and nuanced political critique of terror and blame. And now it's taking to the stage in NYC during The Fringe Festival. Learn more about the play and the adaptation process with the interview between Jessica and the adapter Martin Casella.