News and Events
- Claudia Liebelt on New Books Network
May 24, 2023
SUP author Claudia Liebelt was a guest on the New Books Network podcast series to discuss her new book Istanbul Appearances: Beauty and the Making of Middle-Class Femininities in Urban Turkey.
- Matteo Capasso featured in Jadaliyya
May 15, 2023
Matteo Capasso discusses his new book Everyday Politics in the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya in Jadaliyya‘s New Titles Out Now series.
- Finders reviewed in Washington Independent Review of Books
April 28, 2023
Anjili Babbar’s new book Finders: Justice, Faith, and Identity in Irish Crime Fiction was reviewed in the Washington Independent Review of Books.
- Women’s War Stories featured on Jadaliyya
March 13, 2023
Michelle Hartman and Malek Abisaab discuss their recent book Women’s War Stories: The Lebanese Civil War, Women’s Labor, and the Creative Arts as part of Jadaliyya’s NEWTON series.
- Alessandro Columbu discusses Sour Grapes on Arablit
April 27, 2023
“Finding the Music and Rhythm of Zakaria Tamer in English”: A Conversation with Alessandro Columbu on Arablit.
- Patrick Bixby on New Books Network
February 20, 2023
Patrick Bixby discusses his recent book Unaccompanied Traveler: The Writings of Kathleen M. Murphy with Marci Mazzarotto on the New Books Network podcast.
- Surrender reviewed in Real Clear Defense
February 17, 2023
Brett Allen reviewed Surrender: Stories by Brian O’Hare in Real Clear Defense. “O’Hare is brilliant when it comes to building lyrical prose that punches hard but avoids pretentious verbiage.”
- Sons of the People longlisted for the 2023 Dublin Literary Award
January 30, 2023
Reem Bassiouney’s novel Sons of the People is among the 70 books nominated by 84 libraries in 31 countries for the 2023 Dublin Literary Award. Now in its 28th year, the award, which is sponsored by Dublin City Council, is the world’s most valuable annual prize for a single work of fiction published in English, ...
- Adirondack Council’s 5 Books to Read this Winter
January 24, 2023
The Adirondack Council recommends 5 books to read this winter including Beaver River Country by Edward Pitts and Rural Indigenousness: A History of Iroquoian and Algonquian Peoples of the Adirondacks by Melissa Otis. See the full the list of recommendations here.
- Hot Maroc shortlisted for the 2022 Banipal Prize
December 12, 2022
SU Press is delighted to announce that Hot Maroc by Yassin Adnan and translated from the Arabic by Alexander Elinson is among the three shortlisted works for the 2022 Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation. The Banipal judges praised Adnan’s novel and Elinson’s translation. “Yassin Adnan’s amusing satire is an ambitious and wide-ranging novel. ...
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