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Pre-Order Roxane Gay’s Debut Collection, Ayiti, Today Today Today, Now Now Now

I suspect many of you are just as excited about this one as I am. Roxane Gay is one of my favorite writers and her debut collection, featuring nonfiction, fiction, and poetry about the Haitian diaspora experience, is going to be amazing. I know it.

So I can say without reservation that you should really, really pre-order this book, coming out later this year from Artistically Declined Press, now now now. Because you don’t want to wait a second longer than you have to, to hold this book in your own hands.

(Also, isn’t this book beautiful?)

Go.

Amber Sparks's work has been featured or is forthcoming in various places, including New York Tyrant, Unsaid, Gargoyle, Annalemma and PANK. She is also the fiction editor at Emprise Review, and lives in Washington, DC with a husband and two beasts.

5 thoughts on “Pre-Order Roxane Gay’s Debut Collection, Ayiti, Today Today Today, Now Now Now

  1. Thanks for posting about this Amber. I just finished Ayiti and people should absolutely read this book. I’ll save my comments on it for the review + interview that will post at the Monkeybicycle blog on the book’s release, but it is a really interesting and unexpected collection. Thanks to Ryan Bradley for putting this book out – it is one that needed to be published.

    1. Ooh, can’t wait to read your review. I am really excited that this exists, for many reasons–not least that I can talk it up to all my non-reading friends who are all about helping in Haiti and might actually read something literary if it pertains to Haiti in some way. And I hope they do, so they can learn that there’s a lot more to Haiti and the Haitian people than just crushing poverty and natural disasters.

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