The 2018 Graywolf Literary Salon: Voices for Our Time will feature Jamel Brinkley (A Lucky Man), Tarfia Faizullah (Registers of Illuminated Villages), and Wayétu Moore (She Would Be King) in conversation with Graywolf director and publisher Fiona McCrae and executive editor Jeff Shotts in Minneapolis on September 6, 2018.

Tracy K. Smith's new role officially commenced at her inaugural reading at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Danez Smith's anxiously awaited second collection of poems, DON'T CALL US DEAD, is finally here! Click here to see what readers have already been saying about it.

A look ahead to books coming from Graywolf Press in early 2018

Chosen by US Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Hererra, Jenny Xie is the winner of the 2017 Walt Whitman Award. Her winning manuscript, Eye Level, will be published by Graywolf Press in 2018.

This week Graywolf Press heads to Washington D.C. for the annual AWP conference—click here for more details on our featured events.

Editor Steve Woodward and sales manager Casey O'Neil look ahead to Graywolf's upcoming fiction list, filled with books willing to leap fearlessly into the unknown.

Editorial director Ethan Nosowsky channels Joan Didion as he explores Graywolf's upcoming nonfiction list, which is right on time for the unique challenges of 2017.

Executive editor Jeff Shotts introduces Graywolf's 2017 poetry list—works of resilience and resistance for the year ahead.

Continuing our series of post-election poems, today we share "Those Others" by Jim Moore, from his book Underground.