We are thrilled to learn that Bruna Dantas Lobato, a 2018 Luso-American Fellow and current Program Assistant, has been longlisted for the 2023 National Book Award for Translated Literature for her translation of Stênio Gardel’s The Words That Remain. Congratulations, Bruna!
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“Don’t Leave, Cecilia” by 2023 DISQUIET alum Cristina Fries, is one of the stories in the Summer 2023 issue of Michigan Quarterly Review. See the table of contents and order a copy here.
We’re excited to report that alum Zain Khalid’s debut novel, Brother Alive, has been shortlisted for the Ursula K. Leguin Prize for fiction!
The debut poety collection by Disquiet alum and 2020 Luso-American Fellow Emily Marie Passos Duffy is out now from Perennial Press! You can order it here.
DISQUIET alum and 2018 Luso-American Fellowship winner Bruna Dantas Lobato has a new short story out in the New Yorker! Read “Snowstorm” here.
We’re happy to announce that Seeking Fortune Elsewhere, the debut collection by DISQUIET Prize (and O. Henry Award) winner Sindya Bhanoo is available now in the US! You can buy it through Penguin Random House or at your local bookstore.
An article adapted from DISQUIET alum Shelley Puhak’s forthcoming book, The Dark Queens, examines “two lesser-known but long-reigning and influential Frankish queens” ofthe early Middle Ages, Brunhild and Fredegund. Read it in Smithsonian Magazine!
Look at this fantastic cover for DISQUIET alum Constantine Blintzios’ new book:
It’s coming out in 2022, but you can pre-order it now from Kernpunkt Press.
Congratulations to Disquiet alum Stacy D. Flood, whose novella The Salt Fields is available now from Lanternfish Press! Aimee Bender called it “beautifully written and memorable.” Maybe you should read it, too!