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The Christmas Books of Mr M. A. Titmarsh

by William Makepeace Thackeray

During their lifetimes, Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray were engaged in a friendly competition of sorts to see who could gain the most stature and popularity as writers for the masses. Following...


The Mother Garden: Stories

by Robin Romm

Robin Romm's arresting and resonant stories take on the fundamental themes of the human condition: mortality, loyalty, and love. In fresh and irreverent prose, Romm captures the mo-ments before and after loss,...


Our Former Lives in Art: Stories

by Jennifer S. Davis

Set against the backdrop of the Deep South, these nine haunting stories explore big themes–authenticity, the relinquishing of childhood, the acceptance of dreams lost–in a way that ultimately affirms the...


Black Rabbit and Other Stories

by Salvatore Difalco

Black Rabbit & Other Stories is a debut collection of great intensity and versatility. The stories range from the fantastic to the gritty, from urban dystopias to worlds of dreamlike possibility. Even in their...


A Mountain Woman

by Elia Wilkinson Peattie

Elia Wilkinson Peattie was a prolific fiction writer who detailed her experiences as a woman in the West in dozens of essays, short stories, and novels. In "A Mountain Woman," Peattie gives us the entertaining...


The Mysterious Stranger

by Mark Twain

In the last extended piece of fiction from beloved American fiction writer and humorist Mark Twain, Satan proudly surveys fin-de-siecle civilization and marvels at its hypocrisies. Twain was heavily invested...


Amy Foster

by Joseph Conrad

In the nineteenth century, mass immigration changed the face of the world. Although we like to think of this cross-cultural pollination as being a positive trend in human history, the truth of the matter is...


Lodusky

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Born in England, Frances Hodgson Burnett emigrated to Knoxville, Tennessee with her family at the age of 16. Faced with financial hardship, she began to write fiction and non-fiction pieces as a means of making...


Famous Fathers

by Pia Z. Ehrhardt

A gracefully disconcerting collection of stories by the winner of the 2005 Narrative Prize. Wavering between fidelity and freedom, the women in this sparkling debut deal with emotional damage and unhealed heartbreak...


Right Livelihoods: Three Novellas

by Rick Moody

RIGHT LIVELIHOODS begins with a cataclysmic vision of New York City after the leveling of 50 square blocks of Manhattan. Four million have died. Albertine, the "street name for the buzz of a lifetime," is a...


Jesus Out to Sea: Stories

by James Lee Burke

In this moving collection of short stories, James Lee Burke elegantly marries his flair for gripping storytelling with his lyrical writing style and complex, fascinating character portraits. The backdrop of...


Your Body is Changing

by Jack Pendarvis

Fresh new hilarity from the author of The Mysterious Secret of the Valuable Treasure.Glittering with mischief and perversity, Pushcart Prize-winner Jack Pendarvis's latest collection introduces readers to a...


Voodoo Heart

by Scott Snyder

Scott Snyder’s protagonists inhabit a playfully deranged fictional world in which a Wall Street trader can find himself armed with a speargun, guarding a Dumpster outside a pawnshop in Florida; or an employee...


The Goldfish Dancer

by Patricia Robertson

These five stories and two novellas introduce us to characters whose obsessions occupy the borderlands between fantasy and reality.


The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur Conan Doyle was a master of the detective story, but his literary prowess did not begin and end with the whodunit. This volume collects a wide array of the author's short works of fiction, spanning virtually...


The Queen of Hearts

by Wilkie Collins

An early innovator in the genre of mystery and detective fiction, Wilkie Collins gained an enormous readership during his lifetime. Though many readers became hooked on his work due to his meticulous plotting...


The Prussian Officer

by D. H. Lawrence

Delve into the mysteries of the human mind in this spellbinding tale from D.H. Lawrence, the masterful author responsible for beloved novels such as Sons and Lovers and Women in Love. Leaving behind the sensual...


A Message from the Sea

by Charles Dickens

One of a series of episodic tales that Charles Dickens originally published in serial form, "A Message From the Sea" has one of the most beloved fiction writers in British literary history turning his attention...


The Altar of the Dead

by Henry James

Explore timeless questions about spirituality, love, remembrance, and mortality with this tale from the pen of Henry James, a master of psychological suspense fiction. The two protagonists featured in "The Altar...


The Adventures of Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

In a follow-up to the previously published volume The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, Arthur Conan Doyle presents more of the recollections of the fictional retired French brigadier. Equal parts humor writing...