Aaron Thier is a Semi-finalist for the Thurber Prize for American Humor

More congratulations are due to CCLA author Aaron Thier! His novel MR. ETERNITY (out in paperback from Bloomsbury on June 13th) is a semi-finalist for the Thurber Prize for American Humor. The winner will be […]

New books for CCLA Author Aaron Thier

CCLA author Aaron Thier has not one but two books forthcoming! First up, a paperback edition of MR. ETERNITY, which the San Francisco Chronicle hailed as “[a] sharp, inventive and compassionate novel . . . to be savored […]

EDISTO by Padgett Powell Forthcoming from Catapult in August 2017

CCLA is pleased to announce that Padgett Powell’s novel EDISTO will be released in a new paperback edition by Catapult in August 2017. Walker Percy praised EDISTO as “truly remarkable . . . It reminds […]

Jay Heinrich’s NYT Bestseller THANK YOU FOR ARGUING Forthcoming in Japan and China

Jay Heinrichs’s THANK YOU FOR ARGUING: What Aristotle, Lincoln, and Homer Simpson Can Teach Us About the Art of Persuasion will be published in China by Bejing Huazhang and in Japan by Poplar Publishing Co. One of the […]

Jill Eisenstadt’s FROM ROCKAWAY in Paperback Today!

Happy publication day to CCLA author Jill Eisenstadt, whose novel FROM ROCKAWAY is now available in paperback reissue from Little Brown. Learn more about FROM ROCKAWAY here, and get ready for the June 6th, 2017 release […]

NYT Names Jesse Green Co-Chief Theater Critic

Congratulations to CCLA author Jesse Green! On March 22nd, the New York Times announced that he will be the Co-Chief Theater Critic starting on May 1st. Jesse was previously the theater critic for New York Magazine. […]

The Huffington Post Profiles CCLA Author Jeffery Renard Allen

The Huffington Post published a beautiful profile of CCLA author Jeffery Renard Allen on April 1st, calling him “the most acclaimed modern American author in the world not named Ta Nehisi Coates, Paul Beatty or […]

New Stories from CCLA Authors Lore Segal and Jeffery Renard Allen

The New York Times wrote: “Lore Segal may have come closer than anyone to writing The Great American Novel.” A new story of hers, “Ladies’ Lunch” was published in last week’s issue of The New […]

A WORD FOR LOVE by Emily Robbins has been published

A WORD FOR LOVE (Riverhead, 2017), the debut novel of Emily Robbins, has been published in the United States by Riverhead. A spare and exquisitely told, A WORD FOR LOVE is the story of a young woman […]

Danielle Dutton’s MARGARET THE FIRST is published by Scribe in the UK

Danielle Dutton’s MARGARET THE FIRST has published in the United Kingdom by Scribe UK. MARGARET THE FIRST is based on seventeenth-century writer and polymath Margaret Cavendish, one of the first women to be published and […]