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Young Americans

by Jordan Castro

"Before you read these poems: go and check out what the New Yorker is pushing as poetry. Then open up Young Americans, seems obvious what Jordan Castro is doing is revolutionary, he expressing emotions through...


The Widows of Eden: A Novel

by George Shaffner

It hasn't rained in a hundred days, it's hotter than Beelzebub's oven, and the ground is harder than a castiron skillet. The good folks of Ebb, Nebraska, could surely use a miracle. Lifelong residents are fleeing,...


Gnarly Wounds

by Jayson Iwen

Gnarly Wounds tells the tale of one man's horrifyingly funny journey through grief, madness, and amnesia. In three linked novellas, Jayson Iwen takes readers into a smart and raunchy dreamscape full of riddles,...


Broken

by Karin Fossum & Charlotte Barslund

For the first time, Fossum shows her hand-- a novel about an author whose latest creation is the melancholy tale of a complacent man whose life is ripped apart by a young drug addict.


The Woman Who Lost Her Soul

Dayton Literary Peace Prize for Fiction 2014

by Bob Shacochis

Renowned through four award-winning books for his gritty and revelatory visions of the Caribbean, Bob Shacochis returns to occupied Haiti in The Woman Who Lost Her Soul before sweeping across time and continents...


It's Not Love, It's Just Paris

by Patricia Engel

Patricia Engel’s collection of stories, Vida, quickly established her as one of our country’s best young writers, winning praise from Junot Díaz, Uzodinma Iweala, Francisco Goldman, and others. Her first...


All the Land to Hold Us: A Novel

by Rick Bass

A masterfully crafted novel of seekers that spans three generations set amidst the harsh terrain of West Texas.


The Double: (And Other Stories)

by Maria Takolander

A brilliant collection of short stories by a new voice in Australian fiction.

A student travels to Estonia to investigate his violent father's upbringing.

A woman is possessed by visions of her brother's brutal...


The Explanation for Everything: A Novel

by Lauren Grodstein

As she did in the bestselling novel A Friend of the Family, Lauren Grodstein has written another provocative morality tale, this time dissecting the permeable line between faith and doubt.

College professor Andy...


A New-England Tale

by Catharine Maria Sedgwick

Jane Elton, orphaned as a young girl, goes to live with her aunt Mrs. Wilson, a selfish and overbearing woman who practices a repressive Calvinism. In their rural New England village, Jane grows up yearning...


A Bit of Difference

by Sefi Atta

A new novel from the winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature

At thirty-nine, Deola Bello, a Nigerian expatriate in London, is dissatisfied with being single and working overseas. Deola works as...


Seiobo There Below

by László|Mulzet, Ottilie Krasznahorkai

The latest novel from “the contemporary Hungarian master of the apocalypse” (Susan Sontag) Seiobo — a Japanese goddess — has a peach tree in her garden that blossoms once every three thousand years:...


Happiness, Like Water

by Chinelo Okparanta

A moving debut story collection centered on Nigerian women, as they build lives out of longing and hope, faith and doubt, the struggle to stay and the mandate to leave, and the burden and strength of love....


Chronicle in Stone

by Ismail Kadare, Arshi Pipa & David Bellos

Masterful in its simplicity, Chronicle in Stone is a touching coming-of-age story and a testament to the perseverance of the human spirit. Surrounded by the magic of beautiful women and literature, a boy must...


Fields of Glory: A Novel

by Jean Rouaud

One family's grandchildren recount the eccentricities and foibles of their grandparents, whose lives have remained in the time warp of World War I "fields of glory". Awarded the prestigious Goncourt Prize, this...


My Father, His Son

by Reidar Jonsson & Marianne Ruuth

A young man named Ingemar Johansson joins the Swedish merchant marine, sails to many distant ports, has a variety of funny and poignant adventures, and searches everywhere for his father


The Portable Twentieth-Century Russian Reader

by Various

Clarence Brown's marvelous collection introduces readers to the most resonant voices of twentieth-century Russia. It includes stories by Chekhov, Gorky, Bunin, Zamyatin, Babel, Nabokov, Solzhenitsyn, and Voinovich;...


Subtle Bodies

by Norman Rush

In his long-awaited new novel, Norman Rush, author of three immensely praised books set in Africa, including the best-selling classic and National Book Award-winner Mating, returns home, giving us a sophisticated,...


A Gesture Life: A Novel

by Chang-rae Lee

The second novel from the critically acclaimed New York Times-bestselling author Chang-rae Lee.

His remarkable debut novel was called "rapturous" (The New York Times Book Review), "revelatory" (Vogue), and "wholly...


Footsteps

by PramoedyaAnanta Toer & Max Lane

As the world moves into the twentieth century, Minke, one of the few European-educated Javanese, optimistically starts a new life in a new town: Betawi. With his enrollment in medical school and the opportunity...