On the heels of their essential (and New York Times bestselling) devotional ‘Good Enough’ comes this gorgeous book of ‘100 blessings for imperfect days’ just in time for Lent, but really applies any time. If you can’t wait until February, there is an excerpt on Kate’s website.
“Jake Bittle travels from Florida to California to see how climate change is already altering people’s lives. The Great Displacement is closely observed, compassionate, and far-sighted.”—Elizabeth Kolbert, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Under a White Sky “We know what climate change will do, now, if not precisely its scale. But we don’t yet see clearly just what it will […]
This year’s shortlist incorporates a range of themes including belonging and identity; the power of nature; the burden of history; personal freedom; sisterhood; mental illness; ghosts; gender violence; and the opportunity for renewal. The novels also offer globe-spanning settings, from Antarctica to Montana, Cyprus to Trinidad. This year’s shortlist has been selected by the Chair […]
We are thrilled to announce that as of January 4th, Fletcher & Company has been acquired by United Talent Agency (UTA) and will begin operating under the UTA Publishing Division. The entire team at Fletcher will join UTA, including veteran agents Rebecca Gradinger, Eric Lupfer, Grainne Fox, Lisa Grubka, and Peter Steinberg, and the agency […]
As reported in Deadline Hollywood this week, Eliza Starts a Rumor follow a group of women in small-town Hudson Valley who are affected by an anonymous rumor on a mommy blog about an affair. “What starts as an innocent attempt to stay relevant snowballs into a series of events that reveal secrets, fears and, ultimately, […]
We lost a friend and client last month when Rebecca Godfrey passed away after a five year battle with cancer. She was an intellectual and creative force whose work left an indelible mark. In this remembrance, she is beautifully captured by her friend Mary Gaitskill. Her novel PEGGY will be published by Random House next […]
“We can feel, just behind these pages, the notebooks she filled on hot summer nights after pigs were fed and weeds were pulled. But the overall effect is of access and intimacy; Gaydos lets us into her world, and we follow her to the worthy and unforgiving place where nature and agriculture meet.” — NY […]
“A new book called “The Modern Loss Handbook” is a guide to the grieving process with “been there” advice and humor. Author Rebecca Soffer knows parental loss — in 2006 at the age of 30, she lost her mother in a car accident. Four years later, her father died of a heart attack. The collective experiences left […]
The co-founder of Whole30 and author of more than six NY Times bestselling books is back with the book so many people have been hoping she would write: the definitive book on how we can set clear boundaries to live healthier, happier lives, with scripts for countless situations. https://www.melissau.com/boundaries-book/
In his newest novel, acclaimed novelist and short story writer, Ken Kalfus imagines America after its collapse, in the wake of a civil war, when many of its citizens have become refugees attempting to settle elsewhere.
In his searing new memoir, award-winning writer and theologian Charles Marsh bares all about his struggles to live up to the ideals of his Evangelical faith and it’s obsession with sex and purity. In this review and discussion with writer Alex Morris in Rolling Stone magazine, they discuss the challenges and how Marsh rediscovered his […]
“…[Jiwa] gives us a lot to think about, especially now. While the issue of accidental pregnancy might have seemed an old-fashioned problem just a year ago, it’s suddenly deeply relevant again. Jiwa reminds us that no such decision can be made lightly, and whatever happens will follow the parents — but mostly the mother — […]