A wonderfully-written review of Brooke Larson's PLEASING TREE by Amy Takabori in Dialogue: a journal of Mormon thought: "Larson’s interactions with trees and other earth things are central to her 'earthling' wanderings through the Arizona desert, New York City parks, and Israel in her collection of personal essays, Pleasing Tree. Throughout, Larson masterfully balances humor with profundity, using her insights into plant processes to explore questions like 'how did I get here?'" Read the full review here.
We're excited and honored to see Patti White's experimental novella Particularly Dangerous Situation listed in Jacob Singer's Small Press Release list at Entropy Magazine.
Check out the full list here.
Tacoma Weekly gives a mention to the new edition of Laura Krughoff's short story collection Wake in the Night. Laura lives in Tacoma and is an assistant professor at the University of Puget Sound.
The new edition of her story collection is available on the Arc Pair Press website, Amazon, and select bookstores. Read the article here.
Laura Krughoff talks with Alison Nissen on the Florida Writer Podcast about Wake in the Night, Midwestern stories, and her debut novel, My Brother's Name.
Tune in this week to listen to Laura Krughoff's interview with Radio Tacoma.
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Every day for the next few weeks at 8:00 AM, 2:00 PM, or 8:00 PM Pacific Time
"The ways in which [Stevens's] characters perform their 'liminal identity,' reacting to the dueling social pressures of China and America, give the stories a quiet yet potent drama." ~ David Amadio, Cleaver
Thanks to David Amadio and Cleaver editor, Nathaniel Popkin, for the review!
Read the full review here.
Brooke Larson talks with Eliot Parker on Now, Appalachia about her Arc Pair Press nonfiction collection, Pleasing Tree, essay writing, urban loneliness, and her Quarterly West chapbook, Origami Drama.
Our publisher, Heather Momyer, spoke with Alison Nissen, host of the The Florida Writer Podcast, about mini-books, publishing, and eating rice and beans and crickets.
You can listen to the interview here.