According to the literary powers that be, March is Small Press Month, so before the month is out, we decided we’d better get to talking about a few of the great books — and there are many — published by the tinier houses. We reached out to a few publishers, editors, and publicists of small presses and asked them to recommend some of their favorite books recently released by other indie outfits. They responded in force, suggesting novels, short story collections, works of poetry and works in…
Availability: Big questions, or, Asomatognosia : whose hand is it anyway? / Anders Brekhus Nilsen. A graphic fable follows a group of birds who mistake a downed plane for a bird and its unexploded bomb for a giant egg.
A Friend of the Family - Kindle edition by Lauren Grodstein. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Friend of the Family.
Fans of magical prose and magical worlds, take heart. Titan Books has recently released a special limited edition version of steampunk legend James Blaylock's The Aylesford Skull, a classic from one of the genre's trailblazers.
32 Essential Asian-American Writers You Need To Be Reading #8 Celeste Ng - Celeste Ng’s debut novel Everything I Never Told You is a moving commentary on the complexities of race and gender, and a heartrending portrait of a Chinese-American family who must grapple with an unspeakable tragedy.