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In the Kingdom of Men

by Kim Barnes

Here is the first thing you need to know about me:  I’m a barefoot girl from red-dirt Oklahoma, and all the marble floors in the world will never change that.

Here is the second thing:  that young woman they...


What Happened to Sophie Wilder

by Christopher Beha

Charlie Blakeman is living in New York, on Washington Square, struggling to write his second novel and floundering, when his college love, Sophie Wilder, returns to his life. Sophie, too, is struggling, though...


Inukshuk

by Gregory Spatz

The gripping tale of a young man's obsession with an Arctic explorer’s doomed quest to find the Northwest Passage


To Live: A Novel

by Yu Hua

An award-winning, internationally acclaimed Chinese bestseller, originally banned in China but recently named one of the last decade’s ten most influential books there, To Live tells the epic story of one...


Drugs: A Novel

by J.R. Helton

Drugs is a story about Jake Stewart, a middle-class American from Texas who uses drugs and likes them. More importantly, he lives with them. 

In author J. R. Helton's hilarious prose, Jake inimitably narrates...


The Bird Saviors

by William J. Cobb

When a dust storm engulfs her Colorado town and pink snow blankets the streets, a heartbreaking decision faces Ruby Cole, a girl who counts birds: She must abandon her baby or give in to her father, whom she...


My Drowning

by Jim Grimsley

Ever since Ellen Tote can remember, she has dreamed of her mother walking slowly into a river. The mystery of this memory, as it unfolds in her recollections, is the haunting story of MY DROWNING.


Menage

by Alix Kates Shulman

Heather and Mack McKay seem to have it all: wealth, a dream house in the suburbs, and two adorable children along with the nannies to raise them. But their marriage has lost its savor: she is a frustrated writer...


The Relic: A Novel

by Jose Maria De Maria De E Eca de Queiros, Aubrey F. G. F. G. Bell & Harold Bloom

A satiric masterpiece, one of the funniest novels in European literature, and a profound critique of religion, science, and history


Swan: A Novel

by Frances Mayes

A haunting southern tale of long-buried family secrets by the New York Times bestselling author of Under the Tuscan Sun and Under Magnolia

In her celebrated memoirs of life in Tuscany, Frances Mayes writes...


Dump and Chase

by Elizabeth Young

Poor Ken. One snide comment about hockey and Kendra, his girlfriend-or "girlfriend coach"-asks him not to call her anymore. How can he win her back? By using his rent money to buy a fortune in hockey equipment...


A Work in Progress

by Brad Cotton

Has hitting rock bottom ever felt so damned good?


Escape and Other Stories

by Trevor Clark

Welcome to a world of majestic dilapidation. Welcome to our world.


The Knife Sharpener's Bell

by Rhea Tregebov

This testament to the tenacity of the human spirit is the seldom-told story of people who travelled from depression-era Winnipeg to a hoped-for better life in the "stable" Soviet Union.


Stella Descending: A Novel

by Linn Ullmann

Stella descends, over and over, in the course of this haunting novel. She falls from the womb, since her mother gives birth standing up; she falls for Martin, who delivers her new green sofa and refuses to leave;...


Sonechka: A Novella and Stories

by Ludmila Ulitskaya

The Los Angeles Times said of Ludmila Ulitskaya’s The Funeral Party, “In America we have friends, family, lovers, and parents–four kinds of love. Could it really be that in Russia they have more? Ludmila...


Music of the Swamp

by Lewis Nordan

"This is not merely a stellar book. It is absolute ballad put to page." -Southern Living

Lewis Nordan's fiction invents its own world--always populated by madly heroic misfits. In Music of the Swamp, he focuses...


Raney

by Clyde Edgerton

"This book is too good to keep to yourself. Read it aloud with someone you love, then send it to a friend. But be sure to keep a copy for yourself, because you'll want to read it again and again."-- Elizabeth...


Maidenhead

Believer Book Award 2012

by Tamara Berger

"Like Anaïs Nin, Berger pays little attention to what is expected of a woman writing smut." – Globe and Mail


Full Body Wag: A Novel

by Lisa Gray Fisher

Big Willie ruffled the dog's fur affectionately, and Thor wriggled with pleasure under his touch. "Full body wag," BW noted. "When you got more happiness than tail." Among the many forms humanity takes are dog...