In April, we are releasing Missile Paradise by Ron Tanner, a wonderful novel set in Marshall Islands that deals with […]
Tracy O’Neill, author of The Hopeful, has been named one of the “5 Under 35” by the National Book Foundation. […]
Rachel Weaver’s Point of Direction was chosen as the winner of the 2015 WILLA Award in Contemporary Fiction by Women […]
Diana Wagman’s Life # 6 was named one of the three finalists for the Southern California Independent Booksellers Award in […]
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 […]