Neustadt in the News
Claribel Alegría discusses her latest poetry collection in a new interview (conducted in Spanish) centered on the powerful influence of poetry in times of mourning.
Katherine Paterson received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has served on the school’s board of trustees since 2006 and is only the second author to receive this distinction.
Andrew Lam gives insight into the Vietnamese food scene in California, which makes for an appetizing read.
The Windham Campbell Prizewinners were announced, and nine authors from four countries received recognition in fiction, nonfiction, and drama.
Ayelet Tsabari was honored by the U.S. Jewish Book Council with the 2015 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature for her collection The Best Place on Earth: Stories.
Science fiction fans can rejoice as the 2014 Nebula Award Nominees were announced this week and 38 works are in the running for six categories that span from novella to film.