My bedside table hosted a precarious and ever-growing stack of other people’s lives. I just couldn’t get enough. Every time I cracked open a cover I was transformed—into a gang member, an anorexic, a stripper, an alcoholic. I could have written a memoir about my memoir addiction.
Going to AWP 2014? Come join us at these four special Graywolf events, including a 40th anniversary reading, a William Stafford Centennial reading, an anniversary party with beer, wine, and cake, and a panel on the creative writer as critic.
From the very first page, all of us at Graywolf were enamored with Danish writer Dorthe Nors’s Karate Chop,
A Public Space magazine & Graywolf Press invite emerging writers to an informal discussion about what to expect when you are starting out on the publication journey.
We published a book called Before I Burn during the midst of the reign of the soul-crushingly cold Polar Vortex. But while the novel’s title evokes images of heat, the book’s story is nothing less than chilling. We're giving away three copies to keep you warm.
In celebration of Graywolf Press's fortieth anniversary, award-winning poet Albert Goldbarth has written a new rhyme in praise of many publishers' familiar logos, culminating with our own "triad of wolves."
We’re thrilled to be celebrating William Stafford’s Centennial year with this month’s publication of Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems by William Stafford. Here, we present one of Stafford’s most well-known poems & provide a listing of upcoming William Stafford tribute events.
In our latest installment of High Fives, Stacie Michelle Williams—a longtime bookseller at Boswell Books, who this week starts her new chapter in the New York publishing world—shares five of her favorite books.
"Many writers find the prospect of public readings, for example, nerve-shredding—I find the prospect calming. Put me in front of a microphone and all anxiety disappears." Kevin Barry, author of Dark Lies the Island, writes about his recent North American book tour.