Seven Stories Press

Works of Radical Imagination

Works of Radical Imagination

Fiction from Around the World

In case you didn't know, Seven Stories is not just a political publishing house! We're committed to publishing great works of fiction, too—especially voices from around the world. Check out some great works of fiction in translation in the collection below!

blog — May 26

Introducing Full Stop & Full Stop Quarterly

Hankering for a new online lit blog to whet your insatiable appetite for thoughtful features, reviews of under-the-radar fiction, and interviews with young upstart scribblers? We thought you might be. That’s why we wanted to bring your attention to Full Stop, an online literary review close to our own hearts. For the past five-plus years, Full Stop has been publishing “unique literary criticism that focuses on the overlooked, the strange, and the as-yet unrealized”—as well as feature articles on everything from “bossnappings” to the murderous desire of listicles. It’s a strange, wonderful place where you’re as likely to find an interview with George Saunders as you are to discover a review of the next great work of fiction in translation from a below-the-radar independent press.

They’ve also got a beautifully illustrated quarterly edition going five issues strong. Check out the May issue here!

We hope you'll check it out and enjoy!

June03toJune04
On the weekend of June 3rd and 4th, 2017, the Bay Area Book Festival will once again fill downtown Berkeley with a literary extravaganza that offers pleasure to anyone who has ever loved a book.
Berkeley, Ca
12.00pm
Bay Area Book Festival
June26
Did you grow up fearing that the end of the world was nigh? In The America Syndrome: Apocalypse, War and Our Call to Greatness, author and professor emerita of Hampshire College, Betsy Hartmann, sheds light on the way that apocalyptic thinking has shaped
Seattle, WA
7.30pm
Town Hall Seattle

He had dark gray eyes that roamed without care over the walls and ceiling in a vague reverie, showing that nothing interested him and nothing worried him.