“A short talk with a long list inside it. . .” We're thrilled to share here Robert Polito's recent address at AWP 2016 in LA, in which he praises the power of works that “operate along the seams of poetry, fiction, and essay”
Sjohnna McCray’s debut collection of poems, Rapture, releases this week, and he shares here his formative experience in a creative writing workshop led by the poet Henri Cole.
To celebrate today's publication of Maggie Nelson's The Red Parts: Autobiography of a Trial, we share her new preface to the paperback edition.
In advance of this Saturday's panel on The Darkening Trapeze at AWP in LA, we conclude our series of writers celebrating the work of Larry Levis with these high words from Mark Doty.
Layli Long Soldier receives a 2016 Whiting Award for her poetry collection WHEREAS, forthcoming from Graywolf Press in March 2017.
Chosen by acclaimed poet Carolyn Forché, this year's winning manuscript is an extraordinary collection informed by the experience of Hmong refugees in the US, and will be published by Graywolf Press in 2017.
Graywolf Press authors will be very busy next week at this year's AWP conference in Los Angeles! We're looking forward to seeing you there—please stop by booths 805 and 807 to say hello!
With today's publication of The Making of the American Essay, John D'Agata's groundbreaking series of anthologies comes to a conclusion. Over ten years in the making, A New History of the Essay is a foundational achievement in the study of the genre.
A.N. Devers talks with Sara Majka on the publication date of Majka's debut story collection, Cities I've Never Lived In, the latest book in Graywolf's collaboration with A Public Space.
"Translation is a profound and humbling act of literary service." Author of the newly-released collection of poems Window Left Open Jennifer Grotz discusses how traveling between countries and languages has shaped the way she writes and the way she thinks about writing.