Call for Interviews & Reviews
Thank you for your interest in interviewing or reviewing for us.
Please see below for guidelines.
We are looking for writers who hope to critically transcend, question, investigate, and explore. If this sounds like you, please email email@example.com with the following materials, depending on area of interest: One previous interview (scanned or online), as well as a resume/CV and three ranked choices from the following list of new, recent, or forthcoming releases.
Please note: At this time, we have an aesthetic preference for interviews.
Click here to view our most recent interviews and reviews.
IF YOU’D LIKE US TO CONSIDER A TITLE OR TITLES FOR INTERVIEW OR REVIEW,
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request our mailing address, to which you may send a print copy of a recent release.
*Note: An asterisk denotes that the writer is a member of the extended Adroit family.
Paige Ackerson-Kiely, Dolefully, A Rampart Stands (Penguin Poets, February 2019).
*Brandon Amico, Disappearing, Inc. (Gold Wake Press, March 2019).
Dominique Béchard, One Dog Town (Gaspereau Press, April 2019).
Marina Blitshteyn, Two Hunters (Argos Press, January 2019).
Andrés Cerpa, Bicycle in a Ransacked City: An Elegy (Alice James Books, January 2019).
Tina Chang, Hybrida (W. W. Norton & Company, May 2019). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.
Katharine Coles, Wayward (Red Hen Press, June 2019).
jay dodd, The Black Condition ft. Narcissus (Nightboat Books, April 2019).
Norman Dubie, Robert Schumann is Mad Again (Copper Canyon Press, June 2019).
*Aidan Forster, Exit Pastoral (YesYes Books, April 2019).
Olivia Gatwood, Life of the Party (Dial Press, August 2019).
Eugene Gloria, Sightseer in This Killing City (Penguin Poets, June 2019).
Dobby Gibson, Little Glass Planet (Graywolf Press, May 2019).
*Matty Layne Glasgow, deciduous qween (Red Hen Press, June 2019).
Rodney Gomez, Ceremony of Sand (YesYes Books, April 2019).
*John James, The Milk Hours (Milkweed Editions, June 2019).
*Julia Kolchinsky-Dasbach, The Many Names for Mother (The Kent University Press, September 2019).
*Edgar Kunz, Tap Out (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, March 2019).
Alex Lemon, Another Last Day (Milkweed Editions, March 2019).
Domenica Martinello, All Day I Dream About Sirens (Coach House Books, April 2019).
John McCarthy, Scared Violent Like Horses (Milkweed Editions, March 2019).
Owen McLeod, Dream Kitchen (University of North Texas Press, March 2019).
*Tyler Mills, Hawk Parable (University of Akron Press, April 2019).
Willie Perdomo, The Crazy Bunch (Penguin Random House, April 2019).
Emily Petit, Blue Flame (Carnegie Mellon University Press, February 2019).
Alison C. Rollins, Library of Small Catastrophes (Copper Canyon Press, April 2019). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.
*Lauren Sanderson, Some of the Children Were Listening (Write Bloody Publishing, April 2019).
*Martha Silano, Gravity Assist (Saturnalia Books, March 2019).
KMA Sullivan, Inclined to Riot (Sibling Rivalry Press, May 2019).
Chad Sweeney, Little Million Doors (Nightboat Books, May 2019). INTERVIEW only; review forthcoming.
*John Allen Taylor, Unmonstrous (YesYes Books, April 2019).
Brian Teare, Doomstead Days (Nightboat Books, April 2019).
Artress Bethany White, Afmerica (Trio House Press, March 2019).
*Jim Whiteside, Write Your Name on the Glass (Bull City Press, April 2019). REVIEW only; interview forthcoming.
*Keith S. Wilson, Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love (Copper Canyon Press, May 2019).
Yanyi, The Year of Blue Water (Yale University Press, March 2019).
Stephanie Young, Pet Sounds (Nightboat Books, April 2019).
FICTION / NOVEL / NOVELLA
Abi Andrews, The Word for Woman is Wilderness (Two Dollar Radio, March 2019).
Mona Awad, Bunny (Viking Books, June 2019).
*Liz Breazeale, Extinction Events (University of Nebraska Press, September 2019).
Halle Butler, The New Me (Penguin Random House, March 2019).
Candice Carty-Williams, Queenie (Simon and Schuster, March 2019).
Susan Choi, Trust Exercise (Henry Holt and Co., April 2019).
*Courtney Craggett, Tornado Season (Black Lawrence Press, January 2019).
*Dana Diehl & *Melissa Goodrich, The Classroom (Gold Wake Press, January 2019).
Brian Evenson, Song for the Unraveling of the World (Coffee House Press, June 2019).
Tupelo Hassman, gods with a little g (Farrar, Straus and Giroux; August 2019).
Leanne Howe, Savage Conversations (Coffee House Press, February 2019).
Masande Ntshanga, Triangulum (Two Dollar Radio, May 2019).
Max Porter, Lanny (Graywolf Press, 2019).
Rosie Price, What Red Was (Hogarth, August 2019).
Rion Amilcar Scott, The World Doesn’t Require You (W. W. Norton & Company, August 2019).
Chris L. Terry, Black Card (Catapult, August 2019).
Kate Zambreno, Screen Tests (HarperCollins, July 2019).
NONFICTION / ESSAYS / MEMOIR
Nina Boutsikaris, I’m Trying to Tell You I’m Sorry: An Intimacy Triptych (Black Lawrence Press, May 2019).
Sarah M. Broom, The Yellow House (Grove Press, August 2019).
Chris Campanioni, the Internet is for real (C&R Press, May 2019).
Tressie McMillan Cottom, THICK and Other Essays (The New Press, January 2019).
T Fleischmann, Time is the Thing a Body Moves Through (Coffee House Press, June 2019).
Alexandra Fuller, Travel Light, Move Fast (Penguin Random House, August 2019).
Zahra Hankir, Editor, Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World (Penguin Random House, August 2019).
Briallen Hopper, Hard to Love: Essays and Confessions (Bloomsbury Publishing, February 2019).
Bassey Ikpi, I’m Telling the Truth, But I’m Lying (HarperCollins, August 2019).
Darrel J. McLeod, Mamaskatch (Milkweed Editions, July 2019).
Brandon Shimoda, The Grave on the Wall (City Lights Publishers, July 2019).
Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman, Editors, The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America (Little, Brown and Company, February 2019).
Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton, Editors, Shapes of Native Nonfiction: Collected Essays by Contemporary Writers (University of Washington Press, July 2019). Read an interview with Elissa here.
Kate Zambreno, Appendix Project: Talks and Essays (Semiotext(e), April 2019).
Jessica Hopper (Memoir)
Heidi Seaborn & Wayne Johns (Poetry)
Francesca Bell (Poetry)
Wayétu Moore (Fiction)
Belle Boggs (Fiction)
Joe Sacksteder (Fiction)
Natalie Scenters-Zapico (Poetry)
Paisley Rekdal (Poetry)
Emily O’Neill (Poetry)
Lucy Ives (Fiction)
Deborah Landau (Poetry)
Alicia Elliott (Essays)
Sabrina Orah Mark (Fiction)
Arthur Sze (Poetry)
Melissa Crowe (Poetry)