We're grateful to Publishers Weekly for naming Jennifer S. Cheng's Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems (Tarpaulin Sky Press) among the "Best Books of 2018."
Steven Dunn discusses his new novel, drawing on ten years in the Navy, water & power, published this October by Tarpaulin Sky Press.
At The Seattle Review of Books, none other than Paul Constant does his darndest to describe the genius of Rebecca Brown and her "dangerous and exciting" new book from TS Press, Not Heaven, Somewhere Else.
Kudos to beloved hermit Kim Parko (The Grotesque Child, TS 2016), who is the 2018 winner of Boston Review’s Annual Poetry Contest, judged by Mary Jo Bang.
Our thanks to The Adroit Journal and to the brilliant Ariel Kusby for her examination of Jennifer S. Cheng's hybrid text Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems (TS 2018).
Big thanks to Rich Smith for his wide-ranging Stranger feature on Rebecca Brown and her new book with Tarpaulin Sky Press: Not Heaven, Somewhere Else: "These updated and revised fables satisfied a desire for moral discussion that I didn’t even know I had…. Highly recommended and highly rewarding."
We're tickled to note that Jennifer S. Cheng's hybrid masterpiece, Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems (TS 2018) is now officially a bestseller at Small Press Distribution.
TS Press Editor Elena Georgiou named Finalist for the New American Voices Award from the Institute for Immigration Research
Hernán Díaz, Renee Macalino, and TS Editor Elena Georgiou are finalists for the Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Award, created to recognize work that illuminates the complexity of human experience as told by immigrants.
“Exhilarating.... An alt-epic for the 21st century... Visionary.... Rich and glorious." -- Publishers Weekly on Jennifer S. Cheng's Moon: Letters, Maps, Poems