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The Love Song of Monkey

by Michael S. A. Graziano

A surreal, darkly comic take on postmodern medicine, love triangles, and the emptiness of contemporary life.


Into This World

by Sybil Baker

A woman flees to Seoul in search of her adopted sister, her family’s secrets, and a future of her own.


Petersburg

by Andrei Bely & John Elsworth

After enlisting in a revolutionary terrorist organization, the university student Nikolai Apollonovich Ableukhov is entrusted with a highly dangerous mission: to plant a bomb and assassinate a major government...


The Mussel Feast

by Birgit Vanderbeke & Jamie Bulloch

The modern German classic that has shaped an entire generation. A mother and her two teenage children sit at the dinner table. In the middle stands a large pot of cooked mussels. Why has the father not returned...


Bear Witness

by Mandy Haggith

Moving, intelligent and quietly passionate.' - AL Kennedy. The brutal shooting of a bear cub galvanises ecologist Callis MacArthur into becoming an activist. Dreaming of bears roaming free – even in Scotland,...


Selected Tales of the Brothers Grimm

by Brothers Grimm & Peter Wortsman

This new edition of the beloved tales of the Brothers Grimm – selected, translated and edited by Peter Wortsman - is drawn from the 1857 edition of the German original, the last edition reviewed and approved...


Madame Bovary

by Gustave Flaubert

Gustave Flaubert is arguably one of the greatest novelists of all time. His first novel, Madame Bovary, was published in 1856 and is considered a literary masterpiece by critics and scholars. His skillful wordsmithing...


Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer

by Peter Turchi

In Maps of the Imagination, Peter Turchi posits the idea that maps help people understand where they are in the world in the same way that literature, whether realistic or experimental, attempts to explain human...


Confusing Love With Obsession: When Being in Love Means Being in Control

by John D Moore

Confusing Love with Obsession is a must-read for anyone involved in a dangerously obsessive relationship. Fueled by an overwhelming fear of abandonment, people involved in obsessive relationships will go to...


Willful Creatures

by Aimee Bender

Aimee Bender’s Willful Creatures conjures a fantastical world in which authentic love blooms. This is a place where a boy with keys for fingers is a hero, a woman’s children are potatoes, and a little boy...


Vauxhall

by Gabriel Gbadamosi

1970s London: Young Michael runs past the railway arches and terraces of Vauxhall. Reaching the street on which he lives, he witnesses a young girl fall from a window, her sari floating down behind her. Her...


Souffle

by Asli Perker

Three troubled lives, one cookbook: a recipe for self-discovery . . . Lilia wakes up one morning to discover that her marriage is not what it seemed. Marc cannot face his empty apartment after the loss of his...


John Sherman and Dhoya

by W. B. Yeats

John Sherman and Dhoya, novella and story, are among the earliest of W.B. Yeats's published compositions, begun at his father's prompting when the young poet was living in London in 1888. John Sherman is a poignant...


The Companion

by Lorcan Roche

Lorcan Roche is a fresh and vivid voice in new Irish fiction. I love the energy of his writing and its passionate engagement with the world. He is a gifted and clever storyteller.' - Joseph O'Connor ' ...brilliantly...


The Lady Who Liked Clean Restrooms

by J.P. Donleavy

Jocelyn Guenevere Marchantiere Jones, sometime resident of Scarsdale, educated at Bryn Mawr, has been brought up always to behave like a lady. But what with chiselling divorce lawyers, fraudulent financial advisors...


Lilies Without

by Laura Kasischke

Laura Kasischke's dark myths return to us here more frightening and more exciting than ever.


I Was Behind You

by Nicolas Fargues & Sue Rose

Here is a story of self-discovery, of entering adulthood and of freeing oneself. The tone is sarcastic, lucid, cruel yet realistic. On a background of R&B and funky electronic music, Nicolas argues gives us...


The Greatest Man in Cedar Hole: A Novel

by Stephanie Doyon

Welcome to Cedar Hole — a town where mediocrity reigns supreme thanks to a dreary climate, a defunct railroad, and citizens who are held captive by apathy and paranoia. Among them: an elementary school teacher...


Juno & Juliet: A Novel

by Julian Gough

With this irresistibly fresh debut about a set of twins in their first year of college in Ireland, Julian Gough ("Roddy Doyle in an extremely good mood." —The Washington Post Book World) has established himself...


Farmer's Almanac: A Work of Fiction

by Chris Fink

In Chris Fink’s debut work of fiction, America’s rural core is cracked open to reveal moments of stark beauty and cruelty. Farmer’s Almanac—a new Midwestern Gothic—is an imaginary handbook for rural...