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The Revolution of Little Girls

by Blanche Mccrary Boyd

No matter how hard she tries, Ellen Burns will never be Scarlett O'Hara. As a little girl in South Carolina, she prefers playing Tarzan to playing Jane. As a teenage beauty queen she spikes her Cokes with spirits...


The Illumination: A Novel

by Kevin Brockmeier

What if our pain was the most beautiful thing about us?

 

From best-selling and award-winning author Kevin Brockmeier: a new novel of stunning artistry and imagination about the wounds we bear and the light that...


The Hope Factory: A Novel

by Lavanya Sankaran

With humor, intelligence, and masterly prose, Lavanya Sankaran’s debut novel brilliantly captures the vitality and danger of a newly industrialized city and how it shapes the dreams and aspirations of two...


The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls: A Novel

by Anton DiSclafani

"This summer's first romantic page turner."-Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times

Named a most anticipated book for Summer 2013 by The Wall Street Journal and Publishers Weekly and USA Today, NPR, and People...


Intimacy: The Magic of Her Presence

by John J. Sherwood

TWO LOVE STORIES IN ONE MAN'S LIFE. Is intimacy destiny or choice? To risk being known is to risk judgment, evaluation, rejection. Yes, also acceptance and validation, genuine emotional intimacy and love. Lansing...


The Ingenious Gentleman and Poet Federico Garcia Lorca Ascends to Hell

by Carlos Rojas

In Carlos Rojas's imaginative novel, the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca, murdered by Francoist rebels in August 1936, finds himself in an inferno that somehow resembles Breughel's Tower of Babel. He sits...


Snapper

by Brian Kimberling

A great, hilarious new voice in fiction: the poignant, all-too-human recollections of an affable bird researcher in the Indiana backwater as he goes through a disastrous yet heartening love affair with the place...


Blue Skies Falling

by Arthur Winfield Knight

Sam Bonner is a household name. He spent his life within the best-known circles of Hollywood. His name on a film guaranteed a gross of millions. Every actor and actress wanted to star in a Bonner film, and Bonner's...


All Decent Animals

by Oonya Kempadoo

Oonya Kempadoo’s moving third novel, All Decent Animals, looks at the personal and aesthetic choices of a multifaceted cast of characters on the Caribbean island of Trinidad—a country still developing economically...


The Legend's Daughter

by David Kranes

These fast-paced stories set in contemporary Idaho explore intricate dynamics between fathers and sons, unlikely friends, people and place.


Our Man in Iraq

by Robert Perisic & Will Firth

A Croatian journalist navigates career, relationships, and sanity as his nation shakes off the hangover of war.


The Tuner of Silences

by Mia Couto & David Brookshaw

"Eleven when I saw a woman for the first time, I was seized by such surprise I burst into tears."


One Hundred Siberian Postcards

by Richard Wirick

Siberia: a vast and ancient territory, a mystery to the world outside its borders. Rick Wirick and his wife have gone to Siberia to adopt a baby girl. Rather than produce a straightforward account of this journey,...


Orkney

by Amy Sackville

Following her wonderful debut, The Still Point, Sackville returns with a strangely beautiful short novel about love and sex and obsession. A literature professor marries his prize student, a woman forty years...


One Hundred Philistine Foreskins: A Novel

by Tova Reich

One Hundred Philistine Foreskins centers on the life of Temima Ba'alatOv, known also as Ima Temima, or Mother Temima, a charismatic woman rabbi of extraordinary spiritual power and learning, and an utterly original...


Anti Lebanon: A Novel

by Carl Shuker

It is Arab Spring and the fate of the Christians of the Middle East is uncertain. The many Christians of Lebanon are walking a knife-edge, their very survival in their ancestral refuge in doubt, as the Lebanese...


Being Esther: A Novel

by Miriam Karmel

A wonderful fiction debut, Being Esther gives voice to Esther Lustig, an extraordinary woman who has lived a conventional life, in this touching exploration of aging and its accompanied search for meaning.

In...


The Baldwins

by Serge Lamothe, Fred A. Reed & David Homel

Set in the post-apocalyptic future, this novel of fragments represents contemporary prose at its most daring and experimental.


Tabloid Dreams

by Robert Olen Butler

"An unrepeatable feat, a tour de force." —The Washington Post Book World

In Tabloid Dreams, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Robert Olen Butler dazzles with his mastery of the short story and his empathy for eccentric...


Our Frail Blood

by Peter Nathaniel Malae

"Malae is like a young Nelson Algren or Richard Wright, one of those writers who can hit with both hands." —Russell Banks

By way of Italy, the Felice family puts down new roots in Southern California, settling...