• Suder
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    Suder Percival Everett

    Suder, Percival Everett’s acclaimed first novel, follows the exploits and ordeals of Craig Suder, a struggling black third baseman for the Seattle Mariners. In the midst of a humiliating career slump and difficulties… More

  • The Woman in the Oil Fields
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    The Woman in the Oil Fields Tracy Daugherty

    The themes woven through The Woman in the Oil Field involve action and passivity and the different perspectives they inspire. Tracy Daugherty’s characters walk the margins of life; seeking the safe periphery… More

  • Asunder
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    Asunder Robert Lopez

    The unforgettable stories in Robert Lopez’s Asunder vary in length and style, but all of them devastate, all constantly cross the boundaries between poetry and prose. Here we have characters who are uncertain… More

  • Every Hunter Wants to Know
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    Every Hunter Wants to Know Mikhail Iossel

    Set against the backdrop of Leningrad, this novel centers around the life of precocious loner Yevgeny Litovtsev.… More

  • In the Middle of All This
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    In the Middle of All This Fred Leebron

    Leebron’s compelling third novel brings us into the world of domestic unease as two couples and their joined families wrestle with empathy’s limitations in the uncompromising teeth of mortality.… More

  • Make Me Work
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    Make Me Work Ralph Lombreglia

    Short stories by the author of Men Under Water show thoughtful, conflicted protagonists pushing for balance in their personal relationships and finding hints of meaning in the acutely perceived oddities of contemporary… More

  • The Return of Service
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    The Return of Service Jonathan Baumbach

    Part of the Illinois Short Fiction Series, a collection of short stories.… More

  • 14 Stories
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    14 Stories Stephen Dixon

    Stephen Dixon’s stories and novels have an original, immediately recognizable sound and feel–a weird blend of Franz Kafka and Frank Capra. Readers of his previous work will find in 14 Stories that same… More

  • Do Something! Do Something! Do Something!
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    Do Something! Do Something! Do Something! Joseph Riippi

    In this fragmented, nontraditional narrative, debut author Joseph Riippi explores the aftermath of stories, rather than simply telling them: A music critic chants Susan Sontag quotes in a mental institution; a young… More

  • Imagined Places
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    Imagined Places Michael Pearson

    Michael Pearson writes about his travels to places of literary import: Frost’s Vermont, Faulkner’s Mississippi, Flannery O’Connor’s Georgia, Hemingway’s Key West, Steinbeck’s… More

  • Slipstream
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    Slipstream Rachel Manley

    Slipstream is a shining portrait of one man’s – prime minister Michael Manley – enormous heart and undying spirit, and a testament to the ways in which courage and love can inspire us all to soar.… More

  • Town Smokes
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    Town Smokes Pinckney Benedict

    Town Smokes contains nine stories set in rural West Virginia. The stories are masculine in tone, story, and character. Benedict’s world is a regional one, but the stories are universal.… More

  • The Festival of Earthly Delights
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    The Festival of Earthly Delights Matt Dojny

    Hilarious and wise and fiercely original, The Festival of Earthly Delights is a no-holds-barred celebration of love, cultural differences, and one man’s reluctant embrace of the sensual pleasures of this … More

  • Black God
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    Black God Ben Spivey

    “Ben Spivey’s Black God is a surreal dreamscape of a book. To borrow from the book itself, �There’s something black in that place like it was untouched by God himself . . . Or herself.’ At its… More

  • Glimmering Girls
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    Glimmering Girls Merrill Gerber

    Glimmering Girls tells the story of three extraordinary American women during a time of sexual and cultural repression.

    Francie and her friends Liz and Amanda are college students, coming of age intellectually, emotionally,… More

  • Say, Cut, Map
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    Say, Cut, Map Ken Baumann

    “Say, Cut, Map stakes out a literary terrain that so far has no name. Its constantly shifting cartography is made up of severed hands, premature burials, hospital wards, and fragile families. This novel of … More