Lore Segal in The New Yorker’s latest issue

“Dandelion,” a lovely new piece from CCLA’s own Lore Segal, is the featured story in this week’s issue of The New Yorker. Lore’s newest book, The Journal I Did Not Keep: New and Selected Writing, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Lore Segal’s MITZI is back!

Congratulations to Lore Segal, whose classic children’s book TELL ME A MITZI is back in print today from Dover. The book, which features the original illustrations by Harriet Pincus and was first published in 1970 […]

Lore Segal Featured on LitHub.com

On the heels of her wonderful story in The New Yorker, a beautiful personal essay by CCLA author Lore Segal, “There is Always War Somewhere,” posted today on LitHub.com. Click here to read this moving piece […]

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 […]

CCLA Summer Reading Season

Wherever you go this summer, we’ve pulled out a few CCLA Classics: household names and bookshelf staples to carry—and carry you—across the globe. We start in Portugal, where “the American Umberto Eco,” Richard Zimler lives; his ten novels have been […]

New York Times Sunday Book Review Features HALF THE KINGDOM By Lore Segal

Congratulations to Lore Segal, whose brilliant satirical novel HALF THE KINGDOM appears today on Paperback Row in the New York Times Sunday Book Review. A New York Times Notable Book of 2013, and now available in […]

Lore Segal’s Celebrated Early Novels Available for E-reading September 9th

Available for the first time in e-book format, Lore Segal’s celebrated early novels will be released September 9th from Open Road Media.  Pre-order here. Upon publication of HER FIRST AMERICAN in 1985, the New York Times Book […]