“Kweku dies barefoot on a Sunday before sunrise, his slippers by the doorway to the bedroom like dogs.”

“Kweku dies barefoot on a Sunday before sunrise, his slippers by the doorway to the bedroom like dogs.”

via the LA Library 
The Literary World Cup seems like our kind of sporting event! Willa Cather (for the classic reader) takes on Taiye Selasi (for the contemporary reader) in honor of last night’s game. 

via the LA Library

The Literary World Cup seems like our kind of sporting event! Willa Cather (for the classic reader) takes on Taiye Selasi (for the contemporary reader) in honor of last night’s game. 

3 of our lovely writers were include in TIME’s list of 21 Female Authors You Should Be Reading

3 of our lovely writers were include in TIME’s list of 21 Female Authors You Should Be Reading

The Center for Fiction announced their 2013 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize short list and it includes GHANA MUST GO by Taiye Selasi!

The Center for Fiction announced their 2013 Flaherty-Dunnan First Novel Prize short list and it includes GHANA MUST GO by Taiye Selasi!

We’ve brought back the Penguin Selects program for the winter season. Here’s your chance to win an advance copy of six of 2013’s most anticipated novels, including fellow Taiye Selasi’s Ghana Must Go. (Some of you may know her Tumblr!)

We’ve brought back the Penguin Selects program for the winter season. Here’s your chance to win an advance copy of six of 2013’s most anticipated novels, including fellow Taiye Selasi’s Ghana Must Go. (Some of you may know her Tumblr!)

Courtesy of our globetrotting author Taiye Selasi.

Courtesy of our globetrotting author Taiye Selasi.

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sky, start of snow

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sky, start of snow

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Sunrise, 7:30a, Huntington Hotel San Francisco. Next stop: Seattle.

Taiye Selasi’s novel Ghana Must Go arrives in the spring, but for now you can follow here travels at her Tumblr.

taiyeselasi:

Sunrise, 7:30a, Huntington Hotel San Francisco. Next stop: Seattle.

Taiye Selasi’s novel Ghana Must Go arrives in the spring, but for now you can follow here travels at her Tumblr.