Diana Wagman, author of Life#6 (and the Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets) is featured in this Sunday’s LA Times. […]
Trevor Aaronson, author of The Terror Factory, has a piece in Foreign Policy on the FBI’s use of informants in […]
Despite not being surprised (it was running joke that his excessive habits would be his downfall), I was nevertheless shocked […]
Tracy O’Neill’s The Hopeful received a nice review in Publishers Weekly.
Ig editor-in-chief Robert Lasner was interviewed by Publishers Weekly about the press’s forthcoming “Bookmarked” series, where authors write about a […]
Read a great review of a great book!
Alex Taylor’s wonderfully bloody Kentucky noir The Marble Orchard received a starred review in Kirkus: “Taylor’s understanding of place, ‘ancient […]
for Rachel Weaver’s beautiful novel, Point of Direction:
Part of the Family? author Sheila Bapat was interviewed in The Nation.
Rachel Weaver’s Point of Direction was reviewed by Alan Cheuse of NPR’s All Things Considered:
Rachel Weaver’s Point of Direction was reviewed in the May issue of O Magazine. “The romance between a hitchhiker and […]
“What hunting takes place in “Written in the Stars” is entirely of the romantic sort—vividly, captivatingly so—set in a long-ago […]
Point of Direction author Rachel Weaver was interviewed in the April issue of Bookslut.
Rachel Weaver’s Point of Direction has been chosen as an Indie Next pick for May. This comes on the heels […]
We’re pleased to announce that Jasmine Beach-Ferrara’s Damn Love was named as an “Honorable Mention” in the 2014 PEN/Hemingway Award […]
Ig’s hot YA imprint, Lizzie Skurnick Books, was profiled in the Baltimore Sun
Lizzie Skurnick Books’s latest release, A Long Day in November by Ernest J. Gaines, was reviewed by Alan Cheuse on […]