Our new catalog is now on its way to mailboxes, and you can see it online here. Some highlights:
—West Virginia’s spring 2023 season includes highly anticipated life-writing by Davon Loeb and Kelley Shinn, plus short fiction (described by Danielle Evans as “impossibly strange and mercifully familiar”) by Courtney Sender.
—The latest book in our successful higher education series is about the timely topic of student mental health, and we usher in the new series Borderless with a collection of artistic and creative responses to COVID-19.
—New titles in Appalachian studies and studies of the Black Atlantic roll out alongside two new books with humanities perspectives on energy, climate, and environment.
Our small-yet-fierce cohort of spring authors comes from seven US states (plus Puerto Rico) and two continents. These are teachers, scholars, social workers, and activists—but also, of course, writers. We’re excited to share their books in the coming year, and we’re grateful for the support of our many readers.