Review: Kelly Barth's My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus is declared "Required Reading" by The Seattle Lesbian
Honor: Kelly Barth's My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus has been named one of the Best Books 2012: Spiritual Living by the Library Journal
News: The next Arktoi novelist has been chosen! Congratulations to Amy Schutzer, of Portland, Oregon. Her book will be published in 2014.
News: The next Arktoi poet has been chosen! Congratulations to Verónica Reyes of Los Angeles. Her collection will be published in 2013. more info & poetry
Honor: Elizabeth Bradfield, author of Interpretive Work has been appointed the 2012-2014 Jacob Ziskind Visiting Poet-in-Residence at Brandeis University.
Honor: Rita Mae Reese, author of The Alphabet Conspiracy, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for a poem published in So To Speak.
Review: Great review of The Alphabet Conspiracy in NewPages.
News: The newest Arktoi author, and the press's first nonfiction writer, has been chosen: Kelly Barth of Lawrence, Kansas. Kelly's memoir, My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus, will be published in 2012.
Honor: Ching-In Chen is one of the 30 guest tweeters for the Academy of American Poets for the 2011 National Poetry Month!
Honor: Cathy Kirkwood's Cut Away is a finalist for the Edmund White Debut Fiction Award from New York's Publishing Triangle.
Read: Catherine Kirkwood Guest Blogs: "On Kindness and Death" on Quest for Kindness and "Who IS That? When a Character Comes Calling" on Her Circle Ezine
Review: Great review of Cut Away in Shelf Awareness.
Honor: Ching-In Chen's The Heart's Traffic is listed as one of the notable Asian American books of 2009: read the list
Award: Elizabeth Bradfield's Interpretive Work won the 2009 Audre Lorde Award and was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award.
New Audio: Hear Elizabeth Bradfield read and discuss poems on From the Fishouse
Awards: Two of the poems from The Heart's Traffic ("Two Truths & A Lie" and "Black Light") were finalists for the Borders Open-Door Poetry Contest, judged by Billy Collins.