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Strings

by Megan Edwards

Publicity and Promotions

• $19,850 marketing and publicity budget, coordinated by Smith Publicity in New York who has been been successfully promoting New York Times bestsellers since 1997 • Key outlets:...


Autopsy of a Father

by Pascale Kramer & Robert Bononno

“[Kramer’s body of work is] precise and sumptuous . . . a song of emotion, but with a great lucidity about the humanity of simple people.” —Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Swiss Grand Prize for Literature...


Dirt Road

by James Kelman

After his mother’s recent death, sixteen-year old Murdo and his father travel from their home in rural Scotland to Alabama to be with his American aunt and émigré uncle for a few weeks. Stopping at a small...


ME

by Tomoyuki Hoshino, Charles De Wolf & Kenzaburo Oe

"Mr. Hoshino’s superb talent allows for a development of the richly imaginative details that is completely natural, without any hint of forced contrivances . . . There is a clear distinction to be seen here...


Boundary

by Andrée A. Michaud & Donald Winkler

  • French version sold approx. 10,000 copies, won the GG, Canada's most venerable literary award.

  • Genre-bending literary / mystery — very similar in style to atmospheric Swedish or Norwegian crime novels.

  • Takes...

  • Adua

    by Igiaba Scego & Jamie Richards

    Adua, an immigrant from Somalia to Italy, has lived in Italy nearly forty years. She came seeking freedom from a strict father and an oppressive regime, but her dreams of becoming a film star ended in shame....


    Getting It Right

    by Karen E. Osborne

    Getting It Right is the story of Kara and Alex, half-sisters who have never met, one the product of an abusive foster-care setting, the other of dysfunctional privilege. The novel is set in Harlem, the Bronx,...


    The Slip

    by Mark Sampson

    • A comic, thoughtful examination of viral culture through the lens of a technologically out-of-touch, middle-aged protagonist
    • Casts a wide satirical net on an era where social media can amplify a gaffe into...


    Things to Do When You're Goth in the Country: and Other Stories

    by Chavisa Woods

    "Chavisa Woods' Things to Do When You're Goth in the Country is part Flannery O'Connor, part Kelly Link: darkly funny and brilliantly human, urgently fantastical and implacably realistic. This is one of the...


    Wolf Hunt

    by Ivailo Petrov & Angela Rodel

    Published in 1986, three years before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Wolf Hunt was the first novel to portray the human cost of Communist policies on Bulgarian villagers, forced by the government to abandon their...


    The Discovery of Honey

    by Terry Griggs

    The Discovery of Honey is a suite of short stories narrated by Hero, its hyper-precocious and nosily omniscient central character. Running wild even before she can walk, Hero goes on riotous road trips, dabbles...


    You Were Here

    by Gian Sardar

    Readers of Kate Atkinson will delight in this suspenseful debut novel about a woman haunted by nightmares and her grandmother's role in a doomed love triangle almost seventy years before.

    What if the past is...


    The Awkward Age: A Novel

    by Francesca Segal

    “They've chosen the one thing that will make our family life impossible. It's genius really, when you think about it. It's the perfect sabotage.”

     

    “Francesca Segal is precise and funny, and The Awkward...


    Atlantic Hotel

    by João Gilberto Noll & Adam Morris

    Just who is the narrator of João Gilberto Noll’s dark and mysterious Atlantic Hotel? First he books a room where a murder has just occurred, claiming he's just arrived from the airport. But then he suddenly...


    Broken River

    by J. Robert Lennon

    The most inventive and entertaining novel to date from “a master of the dark arts” (Kelly Link)

    A modest house in upstate New York. One in the morning. Three people—a couple and their child—hurry out...


    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,...


    The Scribe of Siena: A Novel

    by Melodie Winawer

    “Will remind historical fiction readers of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander and Tracy Chevalier’s Girl with a Pearl Earring…Lovers of meticulously researched historical fiction and time-travel narratives will...


    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,...


    Saints for All Occasions: A novel

    by J. Courtney Sullivan

    "I hope to read another novel as strong and wise and beautiful and heartbreaking as J. Courtney Sullivan's Saints for All Occasions this year, but I'm not sure I will." Richard Russo

    A sweeping, unforgettable...


    Men Without Women: Stories

    by Haruki Murakami, Philip Gabriel & Ted Goossen

    A dazzling new collection of short stories--the first major new work of fiction from the beloved, internationally acclaimed, Haruki Murakami since his #1 best-selling Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of...