In Rain Taxi, George Longenecker reviews Elena Georgiou's The Immigrant's Refrigerator (GenPop Books 2018).
Sinister Wisdom features a brilliant review of Elena Georgiou's The Immigrant's Refrigerator (GenPop Books, 2018): "a multiply-voiced chorus spanning experiences of political upheaval, violence, sex work, death, scholarship, bread-baking, spirituality, physical and psychic hunger."
“Writing The Immigrant's Refrigerator taught me the following things," Elena Georgiou tells Bustle. "Borders change. Countries appear and disappear. Walls go up. Walls come down. Wars begin. Wars end. These are the things that divide us. And the things that unite us.”
The book prize was judged by Helon Habila, Madeleine Thien, and Maaza Mengiste. Georgiou will attend an award ceremony on October 11 at George Mason University.
Author of a new collection of short stories, The Immigrant's Refrigerator (GenPop Books, 2018), Elena Georgiou is featured at Entropy Magazine's column by Danielle Susi, "Dinnerview."
Thanks to Kathy Sexton for this great review of Elena Georgiou's The Immigrant's Refrigerator (GPB, 2018) at the American Library Association's Booklist.
Tarpaulin Sky Magazine interviews GenPop Books author Jan Clausen (Veiled Spill, 2014), calls Veiled Spill "one of the more important books of poetry published in the last few months."
At American Poetry Review, Arielle Greenberg reviews Jan Clausen's Veiled Spill: A Sequence (GenPop Books) beside Claudia Rankine's Citizen, among others.
Alan Semerdjian's In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed at the Huffington Post. Atamian writes On the eve of the 100th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, I was happy to revisit Alan Semerdjian's fascinating 2009 book of poetry In the Architecture of Bone...
A packed prose poem that features a cherub sans head and delivers the goods in just eight sentences, "Damage," by GenPop Books author Emma Bolden (Maleficae), is featured today at Poetry Daily.
GenPop Books author Judith Baumel (The Kangaroo Girl) has been elected President of the National Board of Trustees of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
At Poet's Quarterly, Edan Mohr reviews Judith Baumel's The Kangaroo Girl, (GenPop Books) which Mohr calls "a book of rare power and beauty, a look back what survives in memory and how time itself transforms and sustains us."
Amber Sparks at Vouched Books reviews Julianna Spallholz's fiction debut, The State Of Kansas (GenPop Books, 2012). Being fans of Sparks's own fiction, it's something of a double honor for all of us here at GenPop. "If Lydia Davis knew more people who hung out shirtless in small places and owned pitbulls instead of pedigreed cats, her stories might look at little like Julianna Spallholz’s," writes Sparks. "Lucky for us, we’ve already got Julianna Spallholz to write those stories."
Julianna Spallholz reads from her new GenPop Books title, The State of Kansas, for InDigest's InDefinite Podcast! See--er, we mean, hear-- InDefinite Podcast [...]
Judith Baumel and her new GenPop Books title, The Kangaroo Girl, are receiving some fine press: Read a review of The Kangaroo Girl [...]
New reading dates (& a Poetry Daily date) for Judith Baumel Dates below are listed in reverse chronological order: 31 October 2011: Cambridge, [...]
GenPop Books is delighted to announce that Michael Klein’s then, we were still living has been named a finalist for a Lambda Literary [...]
We are grateful to NewPages for carrying Kimberly Steele’s thoughtful review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living. Says Steele: Klein transitions [...]
Scott Hightower at Fogged Clarity has written an excellent review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living: Klein is never coarse; even [...]
Gabrielle Calvocoressi at The Rumpus provides a wonderful, wide-ranging interview with GenPop Books author Michael Klein: MK: “When I think of hopefulness, I [...]
There's a new review of Michael Klein’s then, we were still living, thanks to Monica Mankin at ConnotationPress.com. It’s a great examination of [...]
Michael Klein’s then, we were still living is reviewed at The The, thanks to Genevieve Burger-Weiser, who writes Michael Klein’s new book of [...]
ISBN: 9780982359419 Poetry, 6″x8″, 68 pages, perfectbound Publication date: 15 October 2010 For review copies, please email GenPop Books Also available for pre-order [...]
Via the always-stellar Prick of the Spindle, Erin McKnight reviews Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone. Well, she more than reviews it; [...]
Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed in Long Island Pulse, thanks to reviewer George Wallace: For those of us who [...]
Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is expertly reviewed by JoSelle Vanderhooft at Pedestal Magazine. Some excerpts: “The Armenian genocide is not [...]
GenPop Books' debut title, Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone, receives thoughtful attention from K.T. Mitchell at The Adirondack Review: If a [...]
[Reprinted from the Armenian Observer ] An Impressive Debut: Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone By Arpi Sarafian I [...]
New at GenPop Magazine: Poetry and Reviews from Jamey Dunham, Charles Freeland, Karin Gottshall, and Micah Robbins
GenPop Magazine is back from a few weeks’ vacation, rested, revamped, and rolling out a long poem by Karin Gottshall, a series of [...]
December 2nd was something of a GenPop Books & GPB Consortium homecoming–or potluck, or brewhaha, or something–at the Bowery Poetry Club. Alan Semerdjian [...]
GenPop Books genuflects to fab online poetry mag No Tell Motel, run by Molly Arden and Reb Livingston. GenPop author Alan Semerdjian’s In [...]
Alissa Nutting kicks off October at GenPop Magazine with “Dancing Rat,” from her forthcoming collection, Unclean Jobs for Women and Girls. “Dancing Rat” [...]
Alan Semerdjian In the Achitecture of Bone ISBN: 9780982359402 Poetry, 6"x8", 120 pages, perfectbound Click here for more info, or to buy. Advance [...]
The latest installment of GenPop Magazine includes poems by Michael Klein, whose poetry collection, then, we were still living, is forthcoming from GenPop Books [...]
GenPop Magazine's second featured writer is Carol Guess, whose new work has the unmistakable air of Washington State driftwood and houses made of [...]