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Vaclav & Lena: A Novel

by Haley Tanner

NAMED BY THE NATIONAL BOOK FOUNDATION AS A 5 UNDER 35 AUTHOR

 

Vaclav and Lena seem destined for each other. They meet as children in an ESL class in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. Vaclav is precocious and verbal....


Teach Us to Outgrow Our Madness: Four Short Novels: The Day He Himself Shall Wipe My Tears Away, Prize Stock, Teach Us to Outgrow Our

by Kenzaburo Oe & John Nathan

The title piece in this collection reveals its importance to Ôe’s identity as a writer. Prize Stock, winner of the Akutagawa Prize, is about the relationship between a Japanese flier and captured black American...


Somersault

by Kenzaburo Oe

Kenzaburo Oe is internationally recognized as one of the world’s finest writers. When he won the Nobel Prize nearly ten years ago, he announced that he would no longer be writing fiction—or, if he did, that...


Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon: A Novel

by Tom Stoppard

Tom Stoppard’s first novel, originally published in 1966 just before the premiere of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, is an uproarious fantasy set in modern London. The cast includes a penniless, dandified...


All the Materials for A Midnight Feast

by Gary Dexter

A story of love, nuclear terror and Philip Larkin

Born at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, 'at the very moment when the world looked most as if it were going to blow itself up', Nicholas has spent his...


All the Stars Electric Bright

by Ian Breckon

10 May 1930. A dinner party that will decide the future.

Emilio, Arturo and Nina, the woman they both love, speed through the hills of Lombardy towards an exclusive party. The guest of honour will be F. T. Marinetti,...


Dreams of My Russian Summers: A Novel

by Andreï Makine & Geoffrey Strachan

Every summer, young Andrei visits his grandmother, Charlotte Lemmonier, whom he loves dearly. In a dusty village overlooking the vast Russian steppes, she captivates her grandson and the other children of the...


Elephant

by David Grant

In Elephant, David Grant presents the shambling, drunken, misanthropic and angst-ridden anti-hero for our time: James Robertson. He's beaten off the opposition to make it to board level, he's got a wife and...


The Ultimate, Illustrated Beats Chronology

by Robert Niemi

Did you know that less than two weeks after Jack Kerouac reported to the Newport, RI U.S. Naval Training Station (the same month that the German 6th Army was surrendering at Stalingrad), he was discharged, diagnosed...


Twice Born: A Novel

by Margaret Mazzantini

This international bestseller is a sweeping portrait of motherhood, loss, and redemption in war-torn Sarajevo.

Filled with memories of the four-year siege of Sarajevo, Gemma reluctantly boards a flight from...


The Death of Che Guevara

by Jay Cantor

In his critically acclaimed epic first novel, Jay Cantor, author of Krazy Kat and Great Neck, draws on history, myth, and his own prodigious imagination to take on the life and death of revolutionary icon Che...


A Regular Guy

by Mona Simpson

Anywhere But Here and The Lost Father have established Mona Simpson as one of our most accomplished writers. In her new novel--the portrait of a legendary, quintessentially American entrepreneur trapped by the...


Faith: A Novel

by Jennifer Haigh

It is the spring of 2002 and a perfect storm has hit Boston. Across the city's archdiocese, trusted priests have been accused of the worst possible betrayal of the souls in their care. In Faith, Jennifer Haigh...


Bright Before Us

by Katie Arnold-Ratliff

Facing the prospect of fatherhood, disillusioned by his fledgling teaching career, and mourning the loss of a fraught former relationship, 25-year-old Francis Mason is a prisoner of his past mistakes. But when...


The Long-Shining Waters

by Danielle Sosin

MILKWEED NATIONAL FICTION PRIZE WINNER

INDIE HEARTLAND BESTSELLER

ONE BOOK SOUTH DAKOTA SELECTION

MINNESOTA BOOK AWARD FINALIST

MIDWEST BOOKSELLERS BOOK AWARD FINALIST

Grey Rabbit, an Ojibwe woman living by Lake...


Procession of Shadows (Spanish Literature Series)

by Julian Rios & Nick Caistor

Ríos's first novel, at last translated into English.In the late '60s, Julián Ríos began work on what would have been his very first novel, but fearing that it wouldn't pass the stringent Spanish censorship...


The Prison of Perspective

by Rudolph Bader

A contemporary literary novel by literary critic and leading academic, Professor Rudolph Bader. This novel of the mind deals primarily with the potential fallacies of perception, sexual awakening, emotional...


To Do: A Book of Alphabets and Birthdays

by Gertrude Stein

"Alphabets and names make games and everybody has a name and all the same they have in a way to have a birthday," muses Gertrude Stein in To Do: A Book of Alphabets and Birthdays Written in 1940 and intended...


Oil on Water: A Novel

by Helon Habila

"The new generation of twenty-first-century African writers have now come of age. Without a doubt Habila is one of the best."-Emmanuel DongalaIn the oil-rich and environmentally devastated Nigerian Delta, the...


Tabloid City: A Novel

by Pete Hamill

In a stately West Village town house, a wealthy socialite and her secretary are murdered. In the 24 hours that follow, a flurry of activity surrounds their shocking deaths:

The head of one of the city's last...