Its always nice to hear about a local company doing well beyond the borders of Minnesota. Local publisher, Graywolf Press, is doing just that. A recent article by Vulture talked about the small publisher, its roots, its struggles, and its success. “Publishing just over 30 books a year, Graywolf has had authors win four NBCC awards, a National Book Award, two Pulitzers, and a Nobel Prize — all in the last six years.” As the article says, that’s no Penguin Random House, but Graywolf has “harnessed and to some extent generated a revolution in nonfiction.”
Have you read any Graywolf books? What did you think?
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