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Go Down, Moses

by William Faulkner

“I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice...


America Pacifica: A Novel

by Anna North

Eighteen-year-old Darcy lives on the island of America Pacifica--one of the last places on earth that is still habitable, after North America has succumbed to a second ice age. Education, food, and basic means...


The Sweetness of Tears: A Novel

by Nafisa Haji

When faith and facts collide, Jo March—a young woman born into an Evangelical Christian dynasty—wrestles with questions about who she is and how she fits into the weave of her faithful family. Chasing loose...


Magic City: A Novel

by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921. A white woman and a black man are alone in an elevator. Suddenly, the woman screams, the man runs out, and the chase to capture and lynch him begins.

When Joe, a young man trying to be...


Eleven: A Novel

by Mark Watson

Xavier Ireland is the assumed name of a radio-show host with a devoted following of listeners riveted by the sleepless loners who call in throughout the night to seek his advice. Off the air, he leads a low-key...


Long Drive Home: A Novel

by Will Allison

In his riveting new novel, Will Allison, critically acclaimed author of What You Have Left, crafts an emotional and psychological drama that explores the moral ambiguities of personal responsibility as it chronicles...


Solace: A Novel

Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize 2011

by Belinda McKeon

Belinda McKeon’s Solace is an extraordinarily accomplished first novel—a story of a father and son thrown together by tragedy; one clinging to the old country and one plunging into the new. Set in an Ireland...


Cape Cod Noir

by David L. Ulin

Malice and mayhem simmer beneath the surface of one of America's favorite vacation areas.


Pittsburgh Noir

by Kathleen George

Pittsburgh Noir roars forth, presenting the true underbelly of "the most livable city in America."


San Diego Noir

by Maryelizabeth Hart

San Diego may be known as "America's finest city," but its noir underbelly is hereby exposed!


May Day

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

"All crowds have to howl."Although F.Scott Fitzgerald is known for the kind of subtle, polished social commentary found in his masterpiece The Great Gatsby, his little-known novella May Day is unique in that...


The Dead

by James Joyce

He asked himself what is a woman standing on the stairs in the shadow, listening to distant music, a symbol of.

Often cited as the best work of short fiction ever written, Joyce's elegant story details a New...


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....


The Dead

by James Joyce

Too short to be a novel, too long to be a short story, the novella is generally unrecognized by academics and publishers. Nonetheless, it is a form beloved and practice by literature's greatest writers. In The...


May Day

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

THE ART OF THE NOVELLAAlthough F.Scott Fitzgerald is known for the kind of subtle, polished social commentary found in his masterpiece The Great Gatsby, his little-known novella May Day is unique in that it...


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,...