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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...


The Book of Mischief

by Steve Stern

“In the 25 years since [Stern] published his first book, younger Jewish writers have run with a similar shtick . . . But Stern was there first.” —The Toronto Globe and Mail

The Book of Mischief triumphantly...


There Are Little Kingdoms

by Kevin Barry

From the author of City of Bohane and Dark Lies the Island, a debut collection that “could easily have been titled ‘These Are Little Masterpieces’” (The Irish Times)

This award-winning story collection...


How to Escape from a Leper Colony

by Tiphanie Yanique

An enthralling debut collection from a singular Caribbean voice

For a leper, many things are impossible, and many other things are easily done. Babalao Chuck said he could fly to the other side of the island...


Four New Messages

by Joshua Cohen

A quartet of audacious fictions that capture the pathos and absurdity of life in the age of the internet *A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice*One of Flavorwire's "50 Books That Define the Past...


Out Stealing Horses

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2007, Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2006

by Per Petterson & Anne Born

We were going out stealing horses. That was what he said, standing at the door to the cabin where I was spending the summer with my father. I was fifteen. It was 1948 and one of the first days of July.

Trond’s...


Burying the Typewriter

by Carmen Bugan

Winner of the Bakeless Prize for Nonfiction, a childhood memoir of political oppression and persecution during Romania's Ceausescu years Carmen Bugan grew up amid the bounty of the Romanian countryside on...


No Animals We Could Name

by Ted Sanders

The winner of the Bakeless Prize for Fiction, a bold debut collection  The animals (human or otherwise) in Ted Sanders's inventive, wistful stories are oddly familiar, yet unlike anyone you've met before. A...


The Life of an Unknown Man

by Andreï Makine & Geoffrey Strachan

A deeply moving meditation on memory, history, love, and art by the author of Dreams of My Russian Summers In The Life of an Unknown Man, Andreï Makine explores what truly matters in life through the prism...


Snow, Ashes

by Alyson Hagy

Adams breathed through the thick weave of his pulse. Hobbs.

Again. His return likely meant trouble. Care and trouble.

The uneasy friendship between Fremont Adams and C. D. Hobbs worked best when both men had...


Ghosts of Wyoming

by Alyson Hagy

An unsentimental vision of the west, new and old, comes to life in a gritty new collection of stories by the author of Snow, Ashes

In Ghosts of Wyoming, Alyson Hagy explores the hardscrabble lives and terrain...


Boleto

by Alyson Hagy

An unforgettable story of men and horses, the American West, and the dream of a ticket out  * A May 2012 Indie Next Pick * Will Testerman is a young Wyoming horse trainer determined to make something of himself....


The Legend of Pradeep Mathew

by Shehan Karunatilaka

Winner of the Commonwealth Book Prize * Winner of the $50,000 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature ** A Publishers Weekly "First Fiction" Pick for Spring 2012 * “A crazy ambidextrous delight. A drunk...


Almost Never

by Daniel Sada & Katherine Silver

“Of my generation I most admire Daniel Sada, whose writing project seems to me the most daring.” —Roberto Bolaño

This Rabelaisian tale of lust and longing in the drier precincts of postwar Mexico introduces...


City of Bohane

International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award 2013

by Kevin Barry

* Shortlisted for the 2011 Costa Book Award in the First Novel category * A blazingly original, wildly stylish, and pulpy debut novel "City of Bohane, the extraordinary first novel by the Irish writer Kevin...


Black Glasses Like Clark Kent

by Terese Svoboda

After her Uncle's suicide, Terese Svoboda investigates his stunning claim that MPs may have executed their own men during the occupation of Japan after World War II [Our captain] commended us for being good...


Red Plenty

by Francis Spufford

“Spufford cunningly maps out a literary genre of his own . . . Freewheeling and fabulous.” —The Times (London) Strange as it may seem, the gray, oppressive USSR was founded on a fairy tale. It was built...


Spring

by David Szalay

The U.S. debut of leading U.K. author David Szalay, named one of The Daily Telegraph’s twenty best British novelists under forty

James is a man with a checkered past—sporadic entrepreneur, one-time film producer,...


Erasure

by Percival Everett

Percival Everett’s blistering satire about race and writing

Thelonious "Monk" Ellison’s writing career has bottomed out: his latest manuscript has been rejected by seventeen publishers, which stings all the...