See you at ALA?

Forest Avenue will be at the American Library Association conference June 20-25 in Washington, D.C. We’re excited to meet librarians and visit with other publishers and authors. Author Jackie Shannon Hollis will sign copies of her debut memoir, This Particular Happiness: A Childless Love Story, at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, in the Ingram […]

Acquisition: Joanna Rose’s A SMALL CROWD OF STRANGERS

Forest Avenue Press has acquired world rights for Joanna Rose’s second novel, A Small Crowd of Strangers, about a husband and wife who take opposite stances on abortion, forthcoming in fall 2020.  A tale of love, loss, and what community really means, A Small Crowd of Strangers spans New Jersey, Minnesota, and the rugged coastline of the […]

The Royal Abduls by Ramiza Koya

Forest Avenue Press has acquired THE ROYAL ABDULS, Ramiza Shamoun Koya’s debut novel about the effects of 9/11 on an Indian-American family in Washington, D.C., for publication in spring 2020. THE ROYAL ABDULS tells the story of eleven-year-old Omar and his aunt Amina, an evolutionary biologist who moves near her brother’s family after years of […]

Publishers Weekly and Kirkus rave about ALEHOUSE!

Stevan Allred’s second book, THE ALEHOUSE AT THE END OF THE WORLD, is due out Nov. 6, followed by a release party at Powell’s City of Books on Thursday, Nov. 8. Kirkus Reviews called the novel, “An imaginative journey into a spirit world, evoking ancient myths about death and the afterlife.” You can read the full review […]

The Hour of Daydreams: Finalist for the New American Voices Award

PORTLAND, OREGON—Renee Macalino Rutledge’s debut novel, The Hour of Daydreams (Forest Avenue Press),has been selected as one of three finalists for the Institute for Immigration Research New American Voices Award. This is the award’s inaugural year. In the Distance by Hernán Díaz (Coffee House)–a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize–and The Immigrant’s Refrigerator by Elena Georgiou (GenPop) are also […]