Sara Jaffe is the recipient of Triple Canopy’s 2018 commission

We’re thrilled that CCLA author Sara Jaffe is this year’s co-recipient of Triple Canopy‘s ninth annual call for proposals. Per the official announcement, “The magazine invited writers of fiction and poetry to propose projects for […]

Jeffery Renard Allen featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine

CCLA’s own Jeffery Renard Allen was recently featured in a gorgeous piece by Ayana Mathis on 32 black male writers in T: The New York Times Style Magazine. In addition to profiling these thinkers who are […]

Judy Bernstein and Alephonsion Deng’s DISTURBED IN THEIR NESTS publishing today

One of The San Diego Union Tribune’s “Top 10 book picks this season,” DISTURBED IN THEIR NESTS by Judy Bernstein and Alephonsion Deng is out today from Blackstone. When he arrived in America at 19 years […]

Cherie Burns talks Boivin starfish with the NYT

CCLA author of Cherie Burns recently spoke with the New York Times about the mysterious ruby and amethyst starfish brooches at the center of her most recent book, DIVING FOR STARFISH: The Jeweler, the Actress, the Heiress, […]

THE WORLD IS A NARROW BRIDGE is “wonderfully zany” says NYTBR

Congratulations are in order for CCLA’s Aaron Thier, who received a terrific review from novelist Sharma Shields for his book THE WORLD IS A NARROW BRIDGE in this week’s New York Times Book Review. Shields writes that […]

CCLA’s Lore Segal in Harper’s Magazine

The September 2018 issue of Harper’s features a stirring essay from CCLA author Lore Segal, which you can read here. “The Fountain Pen” will also appear in a forthcoming collection of Lore’s work, to be published by Melville […]

THE WORLD IS A NARROW BRIDGE by Aaron Thier is here

CCLA Author Aaron Thier’s newest novel THE WORLD IS A NARROW BRIDGE is just out from Bloomsbury. In this darkly comic road novel, a millennial couple faces the ultimate question: how to live and love […]

Lore Segal’s “Timely” OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES out in the UK

Lore Segal’s internationally acclaimed autobiographical novel OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES is out in a new edition from Sort of Books in the UK, timed to mark the 80th anniversary of the kindertransport. A beautiful, in-depth profile of […]

Lore Segal in Epiphany’s Spring/Summer 2018 Issue

A new story from CCLA’s own Lore Segal titled “Days of Martinis and Forgetting” is featured in Epiphany magazine’s Spring/Summer 2018 issue. The flip-cover double issue contains five stories, six poems, and one essay selected by Epiphany’s stellar […]

Barbara Hannah Grufferman Shares Tips on Live with Kelly and Ryan

Barbara Hannah Grufferman, author of LOVE YOUR AGE (recently published by National Geographic) stopped by ABC’s Live with Kelly and Ryan last week to share her tips for aging beautifully. You can check her out in action […]