Posted on December 6, 2023 at 2:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Two authors who have passed away have left us a little bit more work.
Since Anthony Veasna So's death in 2020, his debut work was published, won literary awards, and was picked up for TV.
Now another collection from him, Songs on Endless Repeat: Essays and Outtakes, has been released.
You can read an excerpt from Songs on Endless Repeat, which collects unpublished fiction and previously released essays, at Literary Hub.
For the other piece of posthumous publication news, we return to the Whiting Foundation.
That's because one of the grant-winning books is actually being finished by writers other than the man who began it.
Journalist Dom Phillips was killed in June 2022 while researching How to Save the Amazon: Ask the People Who Know.
The Guardian, which published some of Phillips's reporting, shares more on the efforts to complete How to Save the Amazon; the book is expected out in April 2025.
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