The Graywolf pack has had a recent influx of new wolves! We thought you might like to take a look yourselves and to get to know them. We find them to be pretty magical and mysterious forest creatures and think you will, too!

Claudia Rankine's Citizen has now, thanks to Stephen Sachs and the Fountain Theatre, been adapted for the stage. In this interview Stephen says, "As adaptor, my first challenge was to identify language that was more easily understood when read with the eyes than when heard with the ears. Line by line, I kept asking myself: If an audience were just hearing this phrase, would they get it?"

For #ThrowBackThursday we thought we’d share the original cover design of the 1984 Graywolf collection Across the Mutual Landscape by Christopher Gilbert, winner of the Walt Whitman Award of the Academy of American Poets alongside its new packaging as Turning into Dwelling, the newest title in the Graywolf Poetry Re/View Series.

We asked some of our authors to recommend a book they believe every American should read over the Fourth of July, books they think are essential to the American conversation they see happening right now. As usual they did not disappoint!

of the Week
July 27, 2015
Natasha Trethewey

“The weight of summer heat and humidity and how that weight is lifted after rain is captured dreamily by former poet laureate Natasha Trethewey in this poem from Bellocq’s Ophelia, the saturating quality of all that life, ‘the whole city cloaked / in brilliantine, a fleeting, gilded dream.’”—Trevor Ketner, Marketing Assistant

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