Becoming Unbecoming and Such a Lovely Little War are reviewed in the New York Times as being among "The Season's Best New Graphic Novels."
Una's graphic memoir Becoming Unbecoming has been named the No. 1 memoir of 2016 by Oprah.com.
Sarah Schulman reads from Conflict Is Not Abuse at Obsidian in Olympia, Washington on January 16.
The Seattle Public Library, Seattlish and the Seattle Review of Books present Sarah Schulman, author of Conflict Is Not Abuse, in conversation with Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore at the Seattle Public Library on January 17.
Vivek Shraya's acclaimed debut poetry book even this page is white has been longlisted for the 2017 edition of CBC's Canada Reads.
The Vancouver Writers Festival presents Sarah Schulman in conversation with the Vancouver Sun's Douglas Todd about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at CBC Studios in Vancouver on January 19.
Sarah Schulman writes about her "Lessons from the Past" in "Trump: A Resister's Guide," a series of essays that appear in the February 2017 issue of Harper's Magazine.
Claudia Casper's The Mercy Journals, a dystopian novel set in the aftermath of a third world war, has been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick Award for science fiction.
Sarah Schulman, author of Conflict Is Not Abuse, talks to Lena Dunham's Lenny magazine about whether shunning is ever useful.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Green Apple Books in San Francisco on February 7.
Ivan Coyote's Tomboy Survival Guide has been named a Stonewall Book Award Honor Book in
Non-Fiction by the American Library Association's GLBT Round Table.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Book Soup in West Hollywood on February 10.
Heidi Andermack and Amy Lynn Brown, authors of Chowgirls Killer Party Food, will be appearing in Ann Arbor, Detroit and Rochester Hill, Michigan in late January/early February.
Becoming Unbecoming, the powerful graphic memoir by Una, has been named to the 2017 Amelia Bloomer List by the American Library Association.
Ivan Coyote's Tomboy Survival Guide has been longlisted for the George Ryga Award for Social Issues.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse with Autumn Whitefield-Madrano at Astoria Bookshop in Queens, NY on March 3.
Aaron Chapman talks about his book The Last Gang in Town, about the Clark Park Gang of the 1970s, at the Vancouver Police Museum on March 2.
Kai Cheng Thom's debut poetry book a place called No Homeland has won a rave review from Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.
"Progress," a story from Daniel Zomparelli's debut story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person, appears on VICE Canada.
Sarah Schulman's Conflict Is Not Abuse has received a starred review in Publishers Weekly.