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Tracing Monica Youn’s Poetic Fascination With Etymology September 15, 2016: Graywolf shares a Monica Youn essay on why the roots of language matter, to celebrate the publication of her new book of poems, Blackacre. “First coined in 1628, the term [...] by

American Small Presses Thriving, Says the Atlantic July 20, 2016: The Atlantic covers the need for smaller publishing houses, looking at Graywolf, Coffee House, Dorothy, Two Dollar Radio, and Tin House. [W]hen editors and publishers feel they need to fight for [...] by

Solmaz Sharif’s Look, Made From Fallout of War, Reviewed at Jacket Copy July 12, 2016: “If writers must return history to human scale, the last decade of American life has proved just how necessary their linguistic re-engineering will be, even within our borders,” writes [...] by

Robert Polito’s ‘Instantly Familiar’ Talk on Luc Sante May 4, 2016: “Poetry of Fact,” a talk on Luc Sante (among other subjects) that Robert Polito gave at AWP this year was posted at Graywolf Press in April, and excerpted today at Berfrois. [...] by

Maggie Nelson Talks to Sasha Frere-Jones About Memoir, Fragment, Form… March 9, 2016: Sasha Frere-Jones interviews poet, nonfiction writer, and NBCC award contender Maggie Nelson, whose memoir The Red Parts is soon to be re-released by Graywolf. The two talked for Jacket Copy about [...] by

University of Minnesota Exhibit Celebrates Graywolf Press November 6, 2015: Graywolf Press began with a collection of poems by Tess Gallagher, then moved to the Twin Cities in the 1980s. In the years following, Graywolf became “one of the largest independent [...] by

Diana Arterian Reviews Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts May 18, 2015: At the Boston Review, the awesome Diana Arterian reviews Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts: “Where most writers would hold back, Nelson lopes forward: ‘I was ashamed, but undaunted (my [...] by

Maggie Nelson Talks to Adam Fitzgerald at Lit Hub May 6, 2015: At Lit Hub, poet Adam Fitzgerald interviews the inimitable Maggie Nelson about her new book, The Argonauts, just released from Graywolf. “Have we progressed as readers capable of seeing works [...] by

Dear Diary: Sarah Manguso Reviewed at The New Yorker March 31, 2015: At The New Yorker, Alice Gregory writes about poet and essayist Sarah Manguso, and her newest work, Ongoingness: The End of a Diary, in which Manguso confronts the “dark matter”–the [...] by

Hungry for Paradox: Maggie Nelson at Guernica March 18, 2015: A conversation with Maggie Nelson about motherhood, paradox, her many books (including The Argonauts, forthcoming from Graywolf this year), queer family-making, and language is a don’t-miss at [...] by