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Tumbledown

by Robert Boswell

Robert Boswell’s first novel since Century’s Son showcases once again his “dazzling technical skill, intelligence and moral seriousness” (The New York Times Book Review)

*A Library Journal "Best Indie...


Dark Lies the Island

by Kevin Barry

An award-winning collection from the author of City of Bohane, which was hailed by Pete Hamill as “full of marvels” (The New York Times Book Review)

* Short-listed for the Frank O'Connor Short Story Award...


Byzantium

by Ben Stroud

Winner of the Bakeless Prize for Fiction, an imaginative debut that ranges from Havana to Berlin* A Kansas City Star Best Book of the Year * One of Publishers Weekly's "Best Summer Books"*

Ancient cities and...


Burning Down the House

by Charles Baxter

Graywolf reissues one of its most successful essay collections with two new essays and a new foreword by Charles BaxterAs much a rumination on the state of literature as a technical manual for aspiring writers,...


The Art of Subtext

by Charles Baxter

Charles Baxter inaugurates The Art of, a new series on the craft of writing, with the wit and intelligence he brought to his celebrated book Burning Down the House: Essays on Fiction.

Fiction writer and essayist...


The Art of Intimacy

by Stacey D'Erasmo

The first work of nonfiction by Stacey D’Erasmo, author of the New York Times Notable Books Tea and The Sky Below

“What is the nature of intimacy, of what happens in the space between us? And how do we,...


Halls of Fame

by John D'Agata

“John D’Agata is an alchemist who changes trash into purest gold.” —Guy Davenport, Harper’s

John D’Agata journeys the endless corridors of America’s myriad halls of fame and faithfully reports on...


In Times of Fading Light

by Eugen Ruge & Anthea Bell

An enthrallingly expansive family saga set against the backdrop of the collapse of East German communism, from a major new international voice

* Over 450,000 copies sold in Germany alone * Rights sold in 20...


The Translation of Dr Apelles

by David Treuer

A daring new novel that "may be David Treuer's best book" (Charles Baxter)

He realizes he has discovered a document that could change his life forever.

Dr Apelles, Native American translator of Native American...


Native American Fiction

by David Treuer

An entirely new approach to reading, understanding, and enjoying Native American fiction

This book has been written with the narrow conviction that if Native American literature is worth thinking about at all,...


Woke Up Lonely

by Fiona Maazel

The dizzying new novel by Fiona Maazel, a National Book Foundation "5 Under 35"

* A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year * A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice * A Kansas City Star, VICE,...


Airmail

by Robert Bly & Tomas Transtromer

The illuminating letters of the National Book Award winning poet Robert Bly and the Nobel Prize winning poet Tomas Tranströmer

One day in spring 1964, the young American poet Robert Bly left his rural farmhouse...


If You Want to Write

by Brenda Ueland & Andrei Codrescu

THE GRAYWOLF BESTSELLER NOW AVAILABLE IN EBOOK FORM But we must try to find our True Conscience, our True Self, the very Center, for this is the only first-rate choice-making center. Here lies all originality,...


Pieces for the Left Hand

by J. Robert Lennon

Finally available in the United States, a singular story collection that Time Out declared “unsettlingly brilliant” Astudent’s suicide note is not what it seems. A high school football rivalry turns absurd—and...


Stranger to History

by Aatish Taseer

“Indispensable reading for anyone who wants a wider understanding of the Islamic world, of its history and its politics.” —Financial Times

Aatish Taseer’s fractured upbringing left him with many questions...


I Am Not Sidney Poitier

Believer Book Award 2009

by Percival Everett

An irresistible comic novel from the master storyteller Percival Everett, and an irreverent take on race, class, and identity in America

I was, in life, to be a gambler, a risk-taker, a swashbuckler, a knight....


The Complete History of New Mexico

by Kevin McIlvoy

“Compelling and complex . . . Strange and wonderful.”

The New York Times Book Review, in praise of McIlvoy’s previous fiction

I am going to write about the state of New Mexico and put in some maps and...


It's Fine By Me

by Per Petterson & Don Bartlett

“Reading a Petterson novel is like falling into a northern landscape painting—all shafts of light and clear palpable chill.” —Time

Fans of Per Petterson’s other books in English will be delighted by...


Familiar

by J. Robert Lennon

A haunting, enigmatic novel about a woman who is given a second chance—and isn’t sure whether she really wants it * A Publishers Weekly "Indie Sleeper" * A Powell's Indiespensable Pick * The Nervous Breakdown's...


Seven Houses in France

by Bernardo Atxaga & Margaret Jull Costa

A brooding novel of colonial intrigue in the Congo, from the author of The Accordionist’s Son and Obabakoak

The year is 1903, and the garrison of Yangambi on the banks of the Congo is under the command of Captain...