For Educators

Graywolf Press is proud to publish books taught in high school, college, and university classes around the country.


Citizen by Claudia Rankine and ​Notes from No Man's Land by Eula Biss have been chosen for Common Read programs at the University of Cincinnati, the University of Kansas, and Washington University in St. Louis, among others. Please email the Graywolf Press sales and marketing manager, Casey O'Neil, at oneil [at] graywolfpress [dot] org to learn more.


John D'Agata's landmark work on the history of the essay, containing The Lost Origins of the EssayThe Making of the American Essay, and The Next American Essay, is now complete. You can see the table of contents for each volume and read a foreword to the series by James Wood here.


NOTE: As of May 2016, Graywolf's distributor is handling desk and exam copy requests for Graywolf books. Click here for more information about their policies and here to go directly to the online desk copy form.