- The PEN Ten at PEN America
- WNYC’s ‘All of It with Alison Stewart’
- Electric Literature
- The Margins
- The Masters Review
- Unpublished Zine
- The Rumpus
- Minorities in Publishing podcast
- Write and Wrong podcast (UK)
- What Page Are You On? podcast (UK)
- Bookanista‘s ‘Shelf Life’ (UK)
- YUTY (UK)
- Pandora’s Books (UK)
- Times Radio (UK)
- CUNY TV’s Asian American Life
- KERA Think with Krys Boyd
- Book Reccos: Between the Pages podcast (UK)
- Gal-dem podcast (UK)
Book Clubs & Book Subscription Picks
- Megan Rapinoe’s Literati Book Club, April 2022 Pick
- Pandora’s Books (UK), January 2022 inaugural pick
- Love My Read (UK), Janaury 2022
- Books Are Magic’s Monthly Magic, January 2022
- Under Cover, January 2022
Select News, Features, and Reviews
Back in Person 2022, AWP Comes to Philadelphia. Publisher’s Weekly.
Times Radio, reviewed by Natalie Jamieson. (1 hour 26 minute mark).
Editors’ Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week. New York Times.
A Debut Novel About Friendship, Family, and Other Ties That Bind. New York Times Book Review.
‘Brown Girls,’ A Daring Debut That Follows Its Characters Through Life and Beyond. New York Times (daily).
16 New Books Coming in January. New York Times.
12 Must-Read Books of January. Chicago Review of Books.
Review: Brown Girls. Bookreporter.
10 Best Books to Read in 2022. iNews.co.uk
Starred Review: Brown Girls. Library Journal.
Starred Review: Brown Girls. Shelf Awareness.
Winter/Spring 2022 Indies Introduce Featured Titles. American Booksellers Association.
GalleyCrush: Brown Girls. Poets & Writers.
Bringing It All Back Home: Author Daphne Palasi Andreades (’15) Returns As Harman Fellow. Baruch College Alumni Magazine.
Fourth Estate Wins Auction for Brown Girls Debut. The Bookseller.
Andreades’s ‘Brown Girls’ Travel to Random House. Book Deals: Week of October 5, 2020. Publishers Weekly.
Alumna Daphne Palasi Andreades ’19 Signs Two-Book Deal with Random House. Columbia University School of the Arts.
Daphne Palasi Andreades’s “Brown Girls” debuts via Kenyon Review. KHN Center for the Arts.
Current Student Daphne Palasi Andreades Receives Support for Novella, ‘Brown Girls’. Columbia University School of the Arts.