2020 and beyond
Forthcoming: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Upcoming poems in Poetry and Salmagundi.
Forthcoming: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Upcoming story in The New Yorker.
Forthcoming: SHEILA KOHLER — Her new novel, Open Secrets will be released by Penguin.
Forthcoming: MARK DOTEN — Upcoming stories in n+1 and The Literary Review.
Late 2020 or 2021: BORIS FISHMAN — An essay about Nabokov’s “Lolita” is included in the anthology Lolita in the Afterlife: On Beauty, Risk, and Reckoning with the Most Indelible and Shocking Novel of the 20th Century, edited by Jenny Minton, whose father was the first to publish “Lolita” in the US, out from Vintage.
June 2020: JAMES RICHARDSON — His new book of poems, For Now, will be published by Copper Canyon Press.
June 2020: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Her new novel, Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars., will be published by HarperCollins.
April 2020: IDRA NOVEY — Her co-translation with Ahmad Nadalizadeh of Iranian poet Garous Abdolmalekian will be published with Penguin Poets.
March 2020: BORIS FISHMAN — His essay on the unexpected consequences of an unusual artist residency appears in the March 2020 issue of Travel + Leisure.
February 7, 2020: YIYUN LI — Her novel, Where Reasons End, is on the longlist for the 2020 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction.
January 28, 2020: YIYUN LI — Her novel, Where Reasons End, is a finalist for the 2020 PEN/Jean Stein Book Award.
Early 2020: ALEKSANDAR HEMON — The Matrix 4, to be directed by Lana Wachowski, for which Hemon co-wrote the script with Lana and David Mitchell, presently in pre-production, goes into production.
Fall/Winter 2019: IDRA NOVEY — Her fiction appears in the Fall/Winter issue of the Yale Review.
December 2019: YIYUN LI — Her novel, Where Reasons End, makes several top books of 2019 lists including TIME Magazine, New York Times, The Irish Times, The Guardian, and NPR
December 2019: ROWAN RICARDO PHILLIPS — The paperback edition of The Circuit: A Tennis Odyssey, winner of the 2019 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sportswriting, is published by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
December 3, 2019: YIYUN LI — Literary Hub lists her novel Where Reasons End among “26 Books from the Last Decade that More People Should Read.”
November 2019: JAMES RICHARDSON — “Vectors 5:2: PG-50” and “Epilogue in Stone” published in American Poetry Review, November 2019, 10-12.
November 2019: MONICA YOUN — Youn is the winner of the Salmon O. Levinson Prize from the Poetry Foundation, which is a prize awarded by the editors of Poetry Magazine for a poem published in the magazine.
November 21, 2019: MONICA YOUN — Featured speaker at “Color Inside the Lines: Race & Subjectivity in Contemporary American Poetry” conference event on November 21 at Rutgers University.
November 19, 2019: PAUL MULDOON — His new collection of poems, Frolic and Detour (Farrar Straus & Giroux) is published.
November 18, 2019: ALEKSANDAR HEMON — The Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Canadian national book award, for which Hemon was one of the jurors, is awarded in Toronto, Canada.
November 9, 2019: SHEILA KOHLER — Her story is published in The Cutting Edge, edited by Joyce Carol Oates.
November 5, 2019: IDRA NOVEY — Her novel, Those Who Knew, comes out in paperback from Viking/Random House.
October 31, 2019: ALEKSANDAR HEMON — Hemon’s book, My Parents: An Introduction/This Does Not Belong to You, is published in the UK on October 31 (Brexit Day). It came out in the US in June 2019.
October 25, 2019: IDRA NOVEY — Her novel, Those Who Knew, named a finalist for the 2019 L.D. and LaVerne Harrell Clark Fiction Prize.
October 15, 2019: JENNY XIE — As recipient of the Levis Reading Prize, Xie receives an award of $5,000 and reads from her prize-winning work on October 15, 2019, at 7 p.m. in Richmond at the VCU Cabell Library.
October 1, 2019: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Her novel Pursuit (Mysterious Press) is published.
October 1, 2019: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Her story is published in The Best American Mystery Stories 2019.
October 1, 2019: JHUMPA LAHIRI — For The New Yorker Fiction Podcast, she reads and discusses “Quaestio De Centauris,” by Primo Levi, translated from the Italian by Jenny McPhee, which appeared in a 2015 issue of the magazine. Listen to the podcast
October 2019: ROWAN RICARDO PHILLIPS — He turns in the script for the full-length feature film, Clemente, which will be produced by Legendary Films and directed by “OJ: MADE IN AMERICA” creator Ezra Edelman.
October 2019: JOYCE CAROL OATES — Cutting Edge: New Stories of Mystery and Crime by Women Writers (Akashic Books), edited and with an introduction by Oates, is published.
October 2019: JOYCE CAROL OATES — “A Theory Pre-Postmortem” (fiction) is published in Conjunctions: Earth Elegies.
October 2019: YIYUN LI — “Department of No Solution” (story) appeared in Zoetrope.
October 2019: YIYUN LI — Introduction to The Folio Great Short Stories, published by Folio Society.
October 2019: KIRSTIN VALDEZ QUADE — She receives the Fred R. Brown Literary Award from the University of Pittsburgh.
September 9, 2019: JHUMPA LAHIRI — Trick by Domenico Starnone, translated from the Italian by Jhumpa Lahiri (Europa Editions), is included on 2019 Italian Prose in Translation Award (IPTA) Shortlist.
September 2019: ROWAN RICARDO PHILLIPS — His essay “The Jets, the Bills, and the Art of Losing” appears in The Paris Review Daily.
September 2019: JHUMPA LAHIRI — Publication of The Penguin Book of Short Stories, edited and partially translated by Lahiri, which includes a translation of Italo Calvino born out of her Fall 2017 creative writing course, “To and From Italian.”
SHEILA KOHLER — Her story called “The Teacher” appears in the Fall issue of Salmagundi.
Summer 2019: JOYCE CAROL OATES — “Mr. Stickum” (fiction) appears in the new, reconstituted and “woke” Playboy.
August 27, 2019: SHEILA KOHLER — Her story, “Cracks,” is published online in Paris Review Redux.
July 2019: DAPHNE KALOTAY — Her novel Blue Hours (TriQuarterly Books) is published.
JOYCE CAROL OATES —The Triumph of the Spider Monkey (novella) is reprinted by Hard Case Crime with a new cover by iconic pulp fiction artist Robert McGinnis.
SHEILA KOHLER — Her story, “The Cure,” is published in Speak Magazine, Issue 3.
SHEILA KOHLER — Her essay titled “Dostoevsky” is published in The Antioch Review, Vol. 77
DAPHNE KALOTAY — Her story “Providence” is published in Missouri Review.
May/June 2019: SHEILA KOHLER — Her story, “The Darling,” published in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
March 2019: YIYUN LI — Her story, “All Will Be Well,” appears in The New Yorker. Listen to Li read the story or read online at The New Yorker
February 2019: YIYUN LI — Her novel, Where reasons End, is published by Random House (North America) and Hamish Hamilton (UK and Commonwealth).
December 2018: JHUMPA LAHIRI — Her English translation of Trick by Domenico Starnone makes 2019 PEN American Literary Awards Longlist for Translation.
December 2018: ROWAN RICARDO PHILLIPS — His work of nonfiction, The Circuit: A Tennis Odyssey, makes 2019 PEN American Literary Awards Longlist for Literary Sports Writing.
December 2018: JENNY XIE — Her poetry collection, Eye Level, makes 2019 PEN American Literary Awards Longlist for Open Book Award.
November 6, 2018: IDRA NOVEY — Her novel, Those Who Knew, is published by Viking/Random House. The book is chosen as a November 2018 Indie Next Paperback Pick by the American Booksellers Association.
November 2018: YIYUN LI — Her memoir, Dear Friend from My Life I Write to you in Your Life, is a finalist for Le Prix Medicis, France.
October 1, 2018: YIYUN LI — Her story, “When We Were Happy We Had Other Names,” appears in The New Yorker. Listen to Li read the story or read online at The New Yorker
July 2018: PHIL KLAY — Awarded the 2018 George W. Hunt, S.J., Prize for Journalism, Arts & Letters (for outstanding work in the category Cultural & Historical Criticism by Saint Thomas More: The Catholic Chapel & Center at Yale University and the directors of America Media) for his short story collection, Redeployment.
June 2018: A. M. HOMES — Penguin Random House publishes her third short story collection, Days of Awe.
SHEILA KOHLER — Her story, “Monsieur André,” is published in Fiction no. 63