- Read Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman’s piece “A Free-Speech To-Do List for College Administrators” for the Wall Street Journal here.
- Read Liska Jacob‘s essay “Great Things” for Talking Book here.
- Read Rebecca Solnit‘s essay “If I Were a Man” for The Guardian here.
- Read Rebecca Solnit‘s interview with The Guardian discussing THE MOTHER OF ALL QUESTIONS and more here.
- Congratulations to Robert Moor: ON TRAILS is a New York Times Bestseller! See the list here.
- Read The New York Times article on Rebecca Solnit “How Rebecca Solnit Became the Voice of the Resistance” here.
- Watch Sonia Nazario on DemocracyNow! discussing the tragedy in San Antonio here.
- THE WIDOW NASH is a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice. See the article here.
- Congratulations to Jamie Harrison: THE WIDOW NASH is a PNBA Indie Bound Bestseller! See the list here.
- Congratulations to Robert Moor: ON TRAILS is a National Indie Bound Bestseller! See the list here.
- The Hill Nadell Literary Agency has joined Twitter! Follow us @HillNadell
- Read the Los Angeles Times’ review for Christine Pelisek‘s The Grim Sleeper here.
- Read Omer Aziz’s essay “I Am Not a ‘Paki,’ Not a Terrorist. I Am Nobody but Myself.” in the New York Times Sunday Review here.
- The New York Times has named Christine Pelisek‘s The Grim Sleeper as one of their favorite True Crime books for the summer. See the list here.
- Read Rebecca Solnit‘s essay “The Loneliness of Donald Trump: On the Corrosive Privilege of the Most Mocked Man in the World” for Literary Hub here.
- Read Sonia Nazario‘s op-ed on the right way to secure the border in the Los Angeles Times here.
- Watch Christine Pelisek discuss writing The Grim Sleeper on the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books panel “Lost Stories of the West” on C-SPAN/Book TV here.
- Read Rebecca Solnit‘s essay “Protest and persist: why giving up hope is not an option” for the Guardian here and an excerpt “Silence and powerlessness go hand in hand – women’s voices must be heard” from Mother of All Questions here.
- We are proud to announce that Rebecca Solnit has been awarded the National Magazine Award in the Columns and Commentary category here.
- Sonia Nazario will be giving a TEDx talk in Washington, D.C. on February 9th, with more information here.
- Read Kayla Rae Whitaker‘s essay on South Park and the Dark Comedy of Our Deepest Fears on LitHub and her essay on dating after her alcoholism on BuzzFeed.
- Listen to Rebecca Solnit in conversation with Maria Popova at City Arts & Lectures, aired by KQED Public Radio on January 24 at 8pm, January 25 at 2am, and January 29 at 1pm here.
- Listen to Rebecca Solnit‘s interview with On the Media on finding hope in dark and uncertain places here.
- We are proud to announce that Robert Moor‘s On Trails: An Exploration was chosen as a winner of the 2017 Pacific Northwest Book Award here.
- Robert Moor‘s On Trails: An Exploration was chosen as one of Amazon’s Best 20 nonfiction books of 2016 here.
- We’re proud to announce that On Trails: An Exploration by Robert Moor is now on the shortlist for the 2017 Pacific Northwest Book Award, awarded by the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association here.
- Ruben Castaneda‘s S Street Rising: Crack, Murder, and Redemption in D.C. was chosen as Nylon’s sole DC representative on its state-by-state list of best nonfiction books here.
- Read Sonia Nazario on ‘How the Most Dangerous Place on Earth Got Safer‘ for the New York Times then check out her interview with NPR’s Ari Shapiro for All Things Considered.
- David L. Ulin, writing for The New Yorker’s Page-Turner blog, has posted an article on Roald Dahl’s stories for adults. His op-ed for the LA Times on the new Petersen Automotive Museum can be found here.
- Read Rebecca Solnit‘s new essay on living in dark times for the Guardian here
- Robert Moor on “The Dread and Bewilderment of Walking in Circles” for The New Yorker
- Patric Kuh‘s Finding the Flavors We Lost is one of the Wall Street Journal’s Books of the Month for July here
- Ann Patchett has included Consider the Lobster by David Foster Wallace on her list of the “75 Best Books of the Past 75 Years” here
- Robert Moor‘s On Trails: An Exploration is one of the BBC’s “Ten Books to Read in July“
- We’re proud to announce that The Only Living Boy by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis has been nominated for a 2016 Harvey Award in the Best Original Graphic Publication for Young Readers category here
- Bernadette Murphy‘s Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life is one of Mercury Newport News’ “12 Books Worth Reading This Summer” here
- Kayla Rae Whitaker‘s The Animators has been featured in Publishers Weekly’s Fall 2016 Adult Announcements for Literary Fiction here
- Bernadette Murphy‘s Harley and Me: Embracing Risk on the Road to a More Authentic Life is one of The National Book Review’s 5 Hot Picks here
- Patrick Kuh‘s Finding the Flavors We Lost: From Bread to Bourbon, How Artisans Reclaimed American Food has been included on KPCC’s Take Two Summer Reading List here
- Robert Krulwich’s blog post on Robert Moor‘s On Trails: An Exploration here
- Bernadette Murphy‘s essay “Road Tripping While Female: On the Absence of Women in the Literature of American Adventure” on LitHub can be read here
- Listen to Rebecca Solnit‘s interview with On Being here
- David Ulin wrote an op-ed in the LA Times about the renaming of Elysian Park Avenue, available to read here
- Also in the LA Times is Tony Cohan‘s op-ed about about refugees in Denmark, found here
- Bernadette Murphy‘s article about the Everest quake appeared in Climbing and can be accessed here
- We’re proud to announce that Sidewalking by David Ulin is now on the shortlist for the 2016 PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay, awarded by the PEN American Center.
- Kate Racculia was a guest on Book Talk, a radio show airing on WNHH, to discuss her novel Bellweather Rhapsody. Listen to the interview and discussion here.
- PEOPLE Magazine wrote a feature article about Christine Pelisek‘s decade-long involvement with the Grim Sleeper case. Find the article here, and pick up a copy of PEOPLE to read more.
- The Millions has revealed the fan-chosen cover for the 20th anniversary edition of David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest. See the cover and read the Q&A with Michael Pietsch here.
- Rebecca Solnit is a finalist for the National Magazine Award for Columns and Commentary for her “Easy Chair” column in Harper’s Magazine.
- Food writer and restaurant critic Patric Kuh was a contributor to the National Magazine Award-nominated Los Angeles Magazine issue “Taco City.”
- Sidewalking by David Ulin has been nominated for the 2016 PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay, awarded by the PEN American Center.
- We’re also proud to announce that Gallagher Lawson‘s The Paper Man has made the L.A. Weekly Best Books of 2015 by LA Authors List.
- Sonia Nazario’s piece, The Refugees at Our Door, was published in the New York Times Sunday review. You can also listen to her story “Inside The Crackdown to Stop Migrants, Before They Reach US Border” and read the transcript on NPR’s All Things Considered.
- We’re pleased to announce that Hill Nadell will be handling foreign rights for Z2 Comics. Read the Publishers Weekly exclusive announcement and full press release.
- We’re pleased to announce that David Ulin has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in the field of study of general nonfiction.
- Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit has just won the 2015 NCIBA Book of the Year award in nonfiction.
- Diana Marcum was recently awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her reporting on the drought in California. Click here to read the series in the LA Times.
- Sebastian Rotella‘s Frontline documentary American Terrorist airs this month on PBS.
- We’re also proud to announce that Joshua Davis‘ Spare Parts is a finalist for the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize in the nonfiction category, as well as nominated for the Northern California Book Award in Creative Nonfiction as one of the best works by a northern California author published in 2014.
- S Street Rising by Ruben Castaneda is a finalist in the 2015 International Latino Book Awards, the largest awards in the USA celebrating achievements in Latino literature and culture.
- Erwin Chemerinsky‘s The Case Against the Supreme Court is an ABA Silver Gavel Award Finalist. The American Bar Association annually presents the Silver Gavel Awards to recognize work in media and the arts that have been exemplary in helping to foster the American public’s understanding of law and the legal system.