07 November 2018 | By Lynn Steger Strong | Filed in: literary-fiction.

Grappling with motherhood, economic anxiety, rage, and the limits of language, Want is a fiercely personal novel that vibrates with anger, insight, and love n nElizabeth is tired Years after coming to New York to try to build a life, she has found herself with two kids, a husband, two jobs, a PhD an

Utopia Avenue

01 April 2018 | By David Mitchell | Filed in: literary-fiction.

The long awaited new novel from the bestselling, prize winning author of Cloud Atlas and The Bone Clocks n nUtopia Avenue is the strangest British band you ve never heard of Emerging from London s psychedelic scene in 1967 and fronted by folk singer Elf Holloway, guitar demigod Jasper de Zoet, and b

Blacktop Wasteland

04 November 2018 | By S.A. Cosby | Filed in: literary-fiction.

Beauregard Bug Montage husband, father, honest car mechanic But he was once known from North Carolina to the beaches of Florida as the best getaway driver on the East Coast Just like his father, who disappeared many years ago n nAfter a series of financial calamities worsened by the racial

Mother Daughter Widow Wife

10 July 2018 | By Robin Wasserman | Filed in: literary-fiction.

From the author of Girls on Fire comes a psychologically riveting novel centered around a woman with no memory, the scientists invested in studying her, and the daughter who longs to understand.Who is Wendy Doe The woman, found on a Peter Pan Bus to Philadelphia, has no money, no ID, and no memory

Trouble the Saints

01 June 2019 | By Alaya Dawn Johnson | Filed in: literary-fiction.

The dangerous magic of The Night Circus meets the powerful historical exploration of The Underground Railroad in this timely and unsettling novel, set against the darkly glamorous backdrop of New York City at the dawn of WWII n nAmidst the whir of city life, a girl from Harlem is drawn into the glitt


12 March 2017 | By Catherine Lacey | Filed in: literary-fiction.

In a small unnamed town in the American South, a church congregation arrives to a service and finds a figure asleep on a pew The person is genderless, racially ambiguous, and refuses to speak One family takes the strange visitor in and nicknames them Pew n nAs the town spends the week preparing for

One Year of Ugly

21 April 2018 | By Caroline Mackenzie | Filed in: literary-fiction.

A fun, fresh, timely debut novel about the uproarious adventures that befall the Palacio family during their disastrous illegal residence in Trinidad that poignantly captures the complexities of dysfunctional families and passionate but sometimes messy romance.After fleeing crumbling, volatile Ven

Mother Land

17 February 2017 | By Leah Franqui | Filed in: literary-fiction.

Lively and evocative, Mother Land is a deftly crafted exploration of identity and culture, with memorable and deeply human characters who highlight how that which makes us different can ultimately unite us Amy Myerson, author of The Bookshop of Yesterdays and The Imperfects n n n nFrom the critically

Or What You Will

09 March 2017 | By Jo Walton | Filed in: literary-fiction.

From the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Award winning author of Among Others, an utterly original novel about how stories are brought forth n nHe has been too many things to count He has been a dragon with a boy on his back He has been a scholar, a warrior, a lover, and a thief He has been dream