Discounted New Release

flesh to bone
by ire’ne lara silva

The stories of flesh to bone “stand on their own as testaments to a profound loneliness of historic persecution, abandonment, and intimate loss. As such, they aren’t stories, but longings, very old and contemporary in a tricultural wordplay, psalm-like, a Song of Songs of grief.”—Barbara Renaud Gonzales

Discounted New Release

Choctalking on Other Realities by LeAnne Howe

The collected stories/essays in LeAnne Howe’s Choctalking on Other Realities depict, with wry humor, the contradictions and absurdities that transpire in a life lived crossing cultures and borders.

eBooks of Aunt Lute titles now available!
Looking for a summer read? Aunt Lute Books is proud to present three of our classic titles reissued as eBooks! Readers can now download Cancer Journals: Special Edition, Shell Shaker and Miko Kings to their reader of choice, with more titles to come. It’s the perfect time to revisit these inspiring words, or to encounter them for the first time.

News and Notes

April author events

April 2, 2015 • LeAnne Howe, ire’ne lara silva, and Nancy Agabian have events planned for the month of April. Make sure to mark your calendars if you are in Ada, OK, Austin, TX , Macomb, IL, or New York, NY. Read more »

March author events

March 18, 2015 • In New York City or Austin, TX for the month of March? Check out the following events featuring Aunt Lute authors ire’ne lara silva and Nancy Agabian. Read more »

Autostraddle Speakeasy Book Club #2: Borderlands/La Frontera

February 25, 2015Borderlands/La Frontera was featured in Autostraddle’s Speakeasy Book Club. Gloria Anzaldúa’s writing continues to challenge and inspire readers nearly three decades after it was first published, including Speakeasy Book Club participants. Check it out and join the discussion!
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LeAnne Howe presented with MLA award in Vancouver, CA

January 14, 2015 • LeAnne Howe was awarded the first ever MLA Prize for Studies in Native American Literatures, Cultures, and Languages for her latest book, Choctalking on Other Realities last weekend at the annual MLA convention in Vancouver, Canada. Get your own copy of a LeAnne Howe title from our websitetoday, and learn how Howe is transforming the field of Native Studies. Congratulations, LeAnne!
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Borderlands/La Frontera featured on

January 7, 2015Borderlands/La Frontera is the second book to be featured in The Speakeasy Book Club, a new group that showcases queer/trans people of color literature.

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Jump Start Stories with Nancy Agabian

December 30, 2014 • Nancy Agabian, author of Me As Her Again, is hosting “Jump Start Stories” at Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center on January 16th. Agabian will be joined by other writers to read their personally brave, socially-conscious, and place-based stories. Those near Venice, CA won’t want to miss this! Read more »

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