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Asleep

by Banana Yoshimoto & Michael Emmerich

Banana Yoshimoto’s novels have established her as one of Japan’s finest and most popular writers, and an acclaimed and best-selling literary star all over the world. Now she delivers three novellas that...


City Mouse

by Stacey Lender

"City Mouse is a sharp and sophisticated novel of suburban life with a narrative voice that is equal parts witty, observant, and vulnerable. A wonderful debut!"

--Susan Isaacs, New York Times best-selling author...


New Dawn

by Attila Orosz

A man is running for his life. An army is deployed to hunt him down. He has no right to be there. He has no right to live. He is not considered human.

A man is on a mission. He is looking for the hunted, for...


Underneath

by Anne Goodwin

He never intended to be a jailer …

After years of travelling, responsible to no-one but himself, Steve has resolved to settle down. He gets a job, buys a house and persuades Liesel to move in with him.

Life’s...


Cities of Men

by William Jensen

In 1987, twelve-year-old Cooper Balsam's mother, Arden, disappears without a trace. Cooper's father, Percy, a Vietnam veteran struggling with PTSD, doesn't seem too concerned. "This isn't the first time. She's...


The Half-Life of Remorse

by Grant Jarrett

When two vagrants meet on the streets of Muncie, Indiana, they are both unaware that their paths crossed years before. Chic, crude and uneducated, is convinced that Sam is nothing more than a harmless lunatic,...


Stephen Florida

by Gabe Habash

Foxcatcher meets The Art of Fielding, Stephen Florida follows a college wrestler in his senior season, when every practice, every match, is a step closer to greatness and a step further from sanity. Profane,...


Moving Forward Sideways Like a Crab

by Shani Mootoo

Long-listed for Canada's Scotiabank Giller Prize.

Short-listed for the Lambda Literary Award.

"Mootoo has produced a stunning meditation on story. . . . [This novel] portrays the beautiful (yet often tense) bond...


Hadriana in All My Dreams

by René Depestre, Kaiama L. Glover & Edwidge Danticat

"You do not need to believe in zombies or Vodou to be carried away by this story—a metaphor for all forms of dispossession. . . . René Depestre has gone beyond nostalgia to write a sumptuous love story."

--...


Rooted

by Idabel Allen

Working his lifetime to bury a shameful past and restore the family name, Grover McQuiston rules the town of Moonsock, Tennessee and his family with an iron fist. Or he did, until his eerily skittish tomboy...


Playing Tahoe

by Sandra Hochman

- Activist, socialite, and artist: Hochman has a wide network of well-known and culturally-important artists, writers, journalist, producers, and many more. She has collaborated with Gloria Steinem on The Year...


Happiness Is Too Much Trouble

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Happiness Is Too Much Trouble

First published by Putnam in 1976, Hochman's follow-up to Walking Papers is the story of a unique woman told...


Endangered Species

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Endangered Species

First published by Putnam in 1977, Hochman's third novel is the story of Kathy Kahn's tireless search for love and purpose...


Jogging

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Jogging

First published by Putnam in 1979, Hochman's fourth novel is the story of a man always one step ahead of love.

From the Ballantine...


Walking Papers

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's first novel, Walking Papers

First published by Viking Press in 1971, Hochman's widely-praised novel is about a messy divorce told with a...


Miss Burma

by Charmaine Craig

  • Miss Burma is a beautifully written historical novel that draws on the lives of the author’s mother and grandparents. Craig’s mother, part of the Karen ethnic minority, became Burma’s first beauty queen...

  • Wicked Wonders

    by Ellen Klages & Karen Joy Fowler

    The Scott O'Dell award-winning author of The Green Glass Sea returns with her second collection: a new decade of lyrical stories with vintage flair.

    Inside of these critically-acclaimed tales are memorable characters...


    Twelve Stories of Russia

    by A.J. Perry

    When an eager American moves to Moscow to teach Russians the difference between the and a, he begins what will become an eventful six-and-a-half-year descent into the murky entrails of language, culture, and...


    Large Animals

    by Jess Arndt

  • In Large Animals, author Jess Arndt displays the most fresh, modern, and original voice to break on to the contemporary US literary scene in years.

  • Jess Arndt is a protégé of Maggie Nelson and Eileen Myles,...

  • Anchor Out

    by Barbara Sapienza

    • Spiritual and religious seekers who live in self-imposed guilt and shame or unresolved grief, as is the case in anchor Out, long to be connected with themselves and others and to find redemption. Frances’...