New Releases & Big Hits

Magic For Unlucky Girls
A.A. Balaskovits

"That rarest of things: A book that doesn't remind me of anything else I've read. A wonderful, truly original work." ...
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Living
Pagan Kennedy

A Handbook for Maturing Hipsters ...
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American Fallout
Brandon Wicks

"Compulsively readable. The writing is keenly observed and the characters feel as true and vivid as any I’ve found in ...
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Bystanders
Tara Laskowski

"Laskowski’s collection will be welcomed by readers who care about witnessing the significant rather than the spectacular." ...
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Ordination
Daniel M. Ford

The best-selling first chapter of our fantasy trilogy ...
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My Chinese-America
Allen Gee

"Masculinity, mobility, history, and the American dream of equality all take their turn under Gee’s lens, as he shrewdly navigates ...
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News

Stephen Eoannou: On Rust Belt Influences

Stephen Eoannou won the fiction award in the 2013 Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Award Program for his short story collection Muscle Cars, which has central themes of “loss, leaving, and of economic realities hitting home.” Growing up in Buffalo, NY, in the 1970s...

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Q & A with Jeff Fearnside: Omnivorous with Inspiration

Jeff Fearnside is interested in almost everything and works in many genres. Glad he can live vicariously through research and character development, he allows pieces to determine their own form, whether poetry, short fiction, long fiction, or essay. An avid teacher...

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Charlotte Gullick: Speaking for the Forgotten

Charlotte Gullick is inspired “by the stories of people who don't often see themselves reflected in the dominant culture,” she says. “For me, this often means rural folks.” More than one reviewer has aligned Gullick’s work with Steinbeck’s in terms of her interest in...

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