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Morgan Thomas, 2022
"Each story here is a gem, glimmering and precious to behold, but gathered together, Manywhere is a profusion of diamonds. The book is very queer, very well-written, and very goddamn good. Morgan Thomas is a wildly talented writer and Manywhere is a knockout."

Kristen Arnett, New York Times bestselling author of With Teeth

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Devil House

John Darnielle, 2022
“Darnielle has an affection for the dark side of pop culture and the way fans of supposedly gloom-and-doom genres like heavy metal and horror are more sophisticated than they get credit for. So this smart, twisty novel about true-crime books and the 1980s “Satanic...”
Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review“This masterwork of suspense is as careful with its sharp takes as it is with the bread crumbs it slowly drops on the way to its stunning end. It operates perfectly on many levels, resulting in a must-read for true crime addicts and experimental fiction fans alike.”—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
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Sjón; Translated from the Icelandic by Victoria Cribb, 2022
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The Death of My Father the Pope

Obed Silva, 2021

"A searing and unforgettable work of art. The Death of My Father the Pope is a landmark in the history of Latinx literature in the United States. This is the book we’ve been waiting for."

Héctor Tobar, author of Deep Down Dark

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This Thing Between Us

Gus Moreno, 2021

“As original as it is affecting. It is a meditation on grief and on what it means to belong, and there were scenes that left me genuinely creeped out, unsettled, and shaken. An existentially frightening book.”

—Paul Tremblay, author of Survivor Song

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LaserWriter II

Tamara Shopsin, 2021

"At turns wistful and playful, a novel of appreciation for computers' dust and guts. Like its heroine, LaserWriter II is charming, inventive, and weirdly magnetic."

―ANNA WIENER, author of Uncanny Valley

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How to Wrestle a Girl

Venita Blackburn, 2021

"How to Wrestle a Girl is a work of stunning grace and rhythm. In these stories Venita Blackburn reminds us she is a writer unlike any other, her stories propelled by voice and wit and harsh beauty."

Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, author of Friday Black

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Breathing Fire

Jaime Lowe, 2021

"A book as humane, generous and brave as its heroines, Breathing Fire is the journalism we need now, an urgent story from our carceral front lines given to us by a writer brilliantly alert to vulnerability and strength."

JEFF SHARLET, New York Times bestselling author of The Family

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Until Proven Safe

Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley, 2021

“An engrossing study of the ways in which quarantines have changed social, emotional, and political life over hundreds of years, and a fascinating exploration of the perennial roles of fear, conspiracy theories, greed, and prejudice... Perfect for our time.”

ELLEN ULLMAN, author of Close to the Machine and, most recently, Life in Code

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The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic

Jessica Hopper; Foreword by Samantha Irby, 2021

[The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic] is by turns loose and warm and finicky and outraged, and its best pieces are more observant than 94 percent of the first novels that have come my way this year. 

Dwight Garner, The New York Times

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Everything Now

Rosecrans Baldwin, 2021

"With a novelist's eye and a searching curiosity, Rosecrans Baldwin has created a sprawling work that explores a place and its people, as well as culture, history, geography and ecology. A feat of imagination that fed my mind, heart and soul."

CHARLES YU, winner of the National Book Award for Interior Chinatown

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Girl One

Sara Flannery Murphy, 2021

"If The Handmaid’s Tale and the Marvel Cinematic Universe had a baby, the result would probably look something like this feminist sci-fi thriller."

—Keely Weiss, Harper's Bazaar

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Rivers Solomon, 2021

“A tremendous, riveting work, sinking long, deep roots into the nightmare soil of American history in order to grow and feed something new.”

Amal El-Mohtar, The New York Times Book Review

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Living in Data

Jer Thorp, 2021

"If Annie Dillard wrote about data, it might sound something like this. In turns insightful, hilarious, techy and humane, Living in Data is an essential book for anyone who’s wondering how exactly we got into this data mess, and thinking about how we might dig...”

Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack

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Hummingbird Salamander

Jeff VanderMeer, 2021
"Hummingbird Salamander is harrowing, gripping, and profound. It's both a thriller and a requiem for a disappearing world. I expect this novel will haunt me for a long time."

Emily St. John Mandel

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The Book of Darryl

The Goggles, 2021
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Second Nature

Nathaniel Rich, 2021

"Nathaniel Rich’s electric Second Nature . . . is a tour de force examining the influence humans exert on the world . . . The reading experience is by turns demoralizing and galvanizing, like most worthwhile things."

Vanity Fair

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The Recent East

Thomas Grattan, 2021

"A wonderful, immersive debut novel . . . in [Thomas] Grattan’s hands, life’s joys are magnetic." 

Patrick Nathan, The New York Times Book Review

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Model Citizen

Joshua Mohr, 2021

"Model Citizen wrecked me and then, somehow, put me back together. San Francisco was lucky to have a chronicler this generous.”

Anita Felicelli, San Francisco Chronicle

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Vibrate Higher

Talib Kweli, 2021

"Talib Kweli is a hip hop mirror ball, distributing light everywhere. For years, he's seen things, heard things—worldwide. It bodes the reader well to journey his mind and experiences in this book"

Chuck D
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100 Boyfriends

Brontez Purnell, 2021

Brontez Purnell’s 100 Boyfriends is a symphony of sex, trouble and wisdom—as if the composer had sex with each member of the orchestra by way of getting it right. An electric prismatic genre-defying punk literary flight, Purnell is twirling here— I loved every page....”

Alexander Chee, author of How to Write an Autobiographical Novel

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Pickard County Atlas

Chris Harding Thornton, 2021
"An atmospheric, slow-burning beauty of a book, rich with raw-edged lyricism and achingly real characters."
Tana French, author of The Searcher "A remarkable achievement. Chris Harding Thornton reveals the soul of a region and a people haunted by the past and with only desperate hopes for the future. On every page is a detail so authentic, or an image so vivid that readers will want to pause in appreciation. An amazing debut from an author who knows her little postage stamp of Nebraska soil as well as Faulkner knew Yoknapatawpha county."
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Desert Oracle

Ken Layne, 2020

“If you’re a fan of UFOs and insane heat, this is your book.”

- Kirkus Reviews, Booklist
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The System

Ryan Gattis, 2020
"There are so many subgenres of crime fiction, all with their own traditions and tropes, that mastering any one of them could entail a lifetime of writing. But in The System, Ryan Gattis seems to capture the lion’s share of them. His fifth novel powerfully...”
Laura Wilson, Guardian, Books of the Month‘Attempting, Law & Order-style, to illuminate the workings of the US justice system by following an attempted murder case from initial investigation to trial . . . The book is the fruit of six years’ research and there are all sorts of details that ring true . . . the most compelling courtroom drama I have read this year.’—Jake Kerridge, Sunday Telegraph, Novel of the Week‘The novel follows Ryan Gattis’s previous books in sketching a portrait of Nineties LA to sit alongside that of James Ellroy’s depiction of it in the Forties . . . so finely nuanced are the individual voices and so visceral in particular are the scenes of prison life, with its hierarchies and fault lines, that the writing accumulates a heft that forces you to care’
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Jeff VanderMeer, 2020

“Somewhere at the intersection of pulp and surrealism, drawing on the very best of both traditions, is Jeff VanderMeer’s Ambergris. Unsettling, erudite, and shot through with unexpected humor...Ambergris is one of my favourite haunts in fiction”

China Mieville on City of Saints and Madmen
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Hideo Yokoyama; Translated from the Japanese by Jonathan Lloyd-Davies, 2020

The Nightworkers

, 2020

"Absolutely brilliant . . . Each character is complex and beautifully drawn, and the ending was genuinely surprising. There’s art, theft, tight family bonds, and intricate plotting—it’s really got everything."

—Molly Odintz, CrimeReads

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The Last Great Road Bum

Héctor Tobar, 2020

“[A] hybrid narrative of travel, rebellion, swagger, restlessness and indignation . . . An eloquent epitaph.”

—Paul Theroux, The New York Times Book Review

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Maria Dahvana Headley, 2020

"Of the four translations I’ve read, Headley’s is the most readable and engaging. She combines a modern poetry style with some of the hallmarks of Old English poetry, and the words practically sing off the page . . . Headley’s translation shows why it’s vital to...”

 —Margaret Kingsbury, Buzzfeed


Imperfect Women

, 2020

"A stunning, dark novel about who women want to be and the reality of who they are.”

—Samantha Downing, author of His Lovely Wife

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Ghost Hardware

Tim Maughan, 2020
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Take Me Apart

Sara Sligar, 2020
“What a clever, visceral thriller. A raw, unfiltered twist on gaslighting that challenges how society treats women. It made me sad, angry, and fired up.”
Araminta Hall, author of Our Kind of Cruelty
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The Dominant Animal

Kathryn Scanlan, 2020
"Kathryn Scanlan comes to us as an oracle when we have never before been so desperately in need. The truths of our human affliction divulged in these icily precise, immaculately impolite, genius-spooked stories will undo you for your own good."
Gary Lutz, author of Stories in the Worst Way
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Roya Marsh, 2020
“Roya Marsh’s debut is at turns gripping, angry, and joyful—and always powerful. I love these poems for the small wonders I find in each one. In comparing her mother’s cancer to gentrification, for example, she reveals much about both. These poems are crafted out of...”
JOSÉ OLIVAREZ, author of the PEN/Jean Stein Award–nominated poetry collection Citizen Illegal
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Little America

Epic; Foreword by Kumail Nanjiani, 2020
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Sharks in the Time of Saviors

Kawai Strong Washburn, 2020
“How do we confront our own deepest mysteries? Kawai Strong Washburn’s Sharks in the Time of Saviors is a feverish, booming orchestra of a novel that leaps off the cliff’s edge into a world of delirious strangeness, fury, and hope. Read it for its tour de force...”
Paul Yoon, author of Snow Hunters
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Joanne McNeil, 2020
“In Lurking, Joanne McNeil has written the first history of the social internet I’ve seen that has its authentic life and breadth.”
WARREN ELLIS, author of Transmetropolitan
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The Boatman's Daughter

Andy Davidson, 2020
"What if I told you there was a gorgeously written novel that mixed Southern literature/Gothic a la Flannery O'Connor, backwoods noir, and the mythic horror/imagination of Clive Barker? Go read Andy Davidson's lush nightmare, The Boatman's Daughter. It put an arrow...”
Paul Tremblay, author of The Cabin at the End of the World and A Head Full of Ghosts
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Uncanny Valley

Anna Wiener, 2020
"I've never read anything like Uncanny Valley, which is both a searching bird's-eye study of an industry and a generation, as well as an intimate, microscopic portrait of ambition and hope and dread. This memoir is diagnostic and exhilarating, a definitive document...”
Jia Tolentino, author of Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion
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Dead Astronauts

Jeff VanderMeer, 2019
"[A] darkly transcendent novel filled with phantasmagoric visions, body horror and tortured beings traversing a blasted desert hellscape . . . terrifying and so compelling."
CHELSEA LEU, The New York Times Book Review
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User Friendly

Cliff Kuang with Robert Fabricant, 2019
“You and I are now at the center of technology, as the most powerful companies and computing systems try to anticipate what we want. User Friendly weaves a stirring and unexpected story of how the machine age gave way to this iPhone era. Monolithic tools of war...”
Alexis Madrigal, author of Powering the Dream
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Dictionary of the Undoing

John Freeman; Afterword by Valeria Luiselli, 2019
“All [of John Freeman’s] projects feel like an invitation to enter into a polyphonic, multi-voiced conversation with other minds. Dictionary of the Undoing is no different. It is a book that makes you think, then rethink. It invites you to engage with it, to refute...”
Valeria Luiselli
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The Worst Kind of Want

Liska Jacobs, 2019
“Liska Jacobs’s dangerous psychological novel, about a woman caught up in the unnerving throes of middle age desire, plays out like a house on fire against its luscious Italian background. The perfect vacation read, like Under the Tuscan Sun gone darkly, desperately...”
Janet Fitch, author of Chimes of a Lost Cathedral
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False Bingo

Jac Jemc, 2019
"[Jemc's] stories
as surreal as they are scary
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High School

Sara Quin and Tegan Quin, 2019
“A disarmingly frank tale . . . If you cringe when you hear the term high school, Tegan and Sara evoke this uniquely awkward, charged and very tender time, when you’re still trying to figure out who you are and what you stand for, and whether or not you’ll be able...”
Erin Kodicek, Amazon Book Review
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Tinfoil Butterfly

Rachel Eve Moulton, 2019
“Reading Tinfoil Butterfly is like watching a slick, modern horror movie, in which you start to realize the real terror comes from being a woman in this world and all the negotiations that involves. Clever, timely, disturbing, and thought-provoking.”
Araminta Hall, author of Our Kind of Cruelty
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This Is Not a T-Shirt

Bobby Hundreds, 2019
“Bobby is the embodiment of the type of hustle that streetwear was built on. In This is Not a T-Shirt, he maps out how to start a brand and blow it up while maintaining a core community—it's like a streetwear bible slash history book.”
Ronnie Fieg, founder of KITH
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My Parents: An Introduction / This Does Not Belong to You

Aleksandar Hemon, 2019
“Two very different memoirs within the same cover address memory, identity, history, and mortality from different perspectives . . . [My Parents is] a memoir of mortality, of memory, of what endures. This Does Not Belong to You is more of a series of coming-of-age...”
Kirkus Reviews
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Aug 9-Fog

Kathryn Scanlan, 2019
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Tears of the Trufflepig

Fernando A. Flores, 2019
Tears of the Trufflepig is the most engagingly original novel I’ve read in ages. So phantasmagoric, fearlessly out there, and yet it feels like a revelation, piercingly true to gritty human experience and wild as anything you might sense lurking in the Borderland...”
Francisco Goldman, author of The Interior Circuit: A Mexico City Chronicle
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Losing Earth

Nathaniel Rich, 2019
“This deeply researched, deeply felt book is an essential addition to the canon of climate change literature. Others have documented where we are, and speculated about where we might be headed, but the story of how we got here is perhaps the most important one to be...”
Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
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Infinite Detail

Tim Maughan, 2019
"Infinite Detail is the new required reading for the future's next fifteen minutes. A sobering, often frightening look at the implications of the networked world. Riveting, sinister and deeply human."
Warren Ellis, author of Normal
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In Our Mad and Furious City

Guy Gunaratne, 2018
"This is cracking. Original, honest voices and a vivid portrayal of a London rarely seen in literature."
Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train
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Hideo Yokoyama; Translated from the Japanese by Louise Heal Kawai, 2018
"[An] engrossing thriller . . . Readers will be deeply moved."
Publishers Weekly
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The Best Bad Things

Katrina Carrasco, 2018
“A brazen, brawny, sexy standout of a historical thrill ride, The Best Bad Things is full of unforgettable characters and insatiable appetites. I was riveted. Painstakingly researched and pulsing with adrenaline, Carrasco’s debut will leave you thirsty for more.”
Lyndsay Faye, author of The Gods of Gotham

The Mamba Mentality

Kobe Bryant, 2018
“Revealing...beautifully captured...candid.”
Los Angeles Times
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The Bus on Thursday

Shirley Barrett, 2018
“Shirley Barrett has crafted a quirky, one-of-a-kind, wild ride of a novel with demons, kangaroos, a missing schoolteacher, a remote town where things are strangely off-kilter, and a wonderfully bizarre cast of characters. The Bus on Thursday is a darkly funny and...”
Jennifer McMahon, author of The Winter People
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Sjón; Translated from the Icelandic by Victoria Cribb, 2018
"[A] challenging and cacophonous epic by the talented Sjón . . . An amalgam of creation myth, surrealist absurdity, ancient saga, and contemporary satire."
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The Golden State

Lydia Kiesling, 2018
The Golden State is a perfect evocation of the beautiful, strange, frightening, funny territory of new motherhood. Lydia Kiesling writes with great intelligence and candor about the surreal topography of a day with an infant, and toggles skillfully between the...”
Karen Russell, author of Vampires in the Lemon Grove and Swamplandia!
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Nothing Good Can Come from This

Kristi Coulter, 2018

“Perfectly observant down to the smallest details, this account of drinking, sobriety, and starting (and then restarting) a manageable life is one of those books that is deeply serious, witty, and wonderfully compelling. Nothing Good Can Come from This seems to...”

Charles Baxter, author of The Feast of Love

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The Mere Wife

Maria Dahvana Headley, 2018
"There’s not a false note in this retelling, which does the Beowulf poet and his spear-Danes proud."
Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
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So Lucky

Nicola Griffith, 2018

"Nicola Griffith is a brilliant creator of fierce female protagonists. With So Lucky, she fires a gritty, scary, wrathful, sometimes blisteringly funny broadside at the monsters of ableist culture."

Maria Dahvana Headley, author of The Mere Wife

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Our Kind of Cruelty

Araminta Hall, 2018
“This is simply one of the nastiest and most disturbing thrillers I’ve read in years. In short: I loved it, right down to the utterly chilling final line.”
Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl
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Acid West

Joshua Wheeler, 2018

"It’s been a long wait for Joshua Wheeler’s first book, but it would have been worth the wait even if we’d had to wait twice as long. Full of fine lines mined by a still-young writer, Acid West is worth its weight in gold."

Geoff Dyer
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Look Alive Out There

Sloane Crosley, 2018
“How sure-footed and observant Sloane Crosley is. How perfectly, relentlessly funny.”
David Sedaris
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Bruce Holbert, 2018

"In the masterful and rueful Whiskey, the sentences and dialogue burn like 100 proof shots of the novel’s namesake: smoky, sharp, and chased with black humor."

Whitney Terrell, author of The Good Lieutenant

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Graffiti Palace

A. G. Lombardo, 2018

"This is a book that’s as crazy and unpredictable as an urban uprising; it’s a phantasmagoric journey, written in precise and haunting prose, through a wounded and defiant city called Los Angeles."

Héctor Tobar, author of Barbarian Nurseries and Deep Down Dark

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The Strange Bird

Jeff VanderMeer, 2018

“VanderMeer’s apocalyptic vision, with its mix of absurdity, horror, and grace, can’t be mistaken for that of anyone else."

Michael Berry, San Francisco Chronicle

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Jeff VanderMeer, 2018
“It's been a long time since a book filled me with this kind of palpable, wondrous disquiet, a feeling that started on the first page and that I'm not sure I've yet shaken.”

Matt Bell, author of A Tree Or a Person Or a Wall

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King Zeno

Nathaniel Rich, 2018
“[Rich’s] descriptions of the vagaries of both nature and human nature are stark, fresh, and convincing, full of surprise and recognition as both good comedy and good terror must be.”
Cathleen Schine, The New York Review of Books
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Katherine Faw, 2017

"A sort of American Psycho from the prostitute’s point of view, a damning, often hilarious account of toxic masculinity and Wall Street money culture."

Alexandra Schwartz, New Yorker

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Liska Jacobs, 2017
“The narrative tone of Jacobs' debut echoes the numbed nihilism of Bret Easton Ellis' early work, and her protagonist is just as lovely a person as his infamous characters. For those who appreciate the joys of a vicarious bender and the satisfaction of watching...”
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Ghosts of the Tsunami

Richard Lloyd Parry, 2017
“A brilliant, unflinching account . . . Singular and powerfully strange . . . It is hard to imagine a more insightful account of mass grief and its terrible processes. This book is a future classic of disaster journalism, up there with John Hersey’s Hiroshima.”
Rachel Cooke, The Guardian
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Kung Fu High School

Ryan Gattis, 2017
“[An] ultraviolent, dystopian debut novel from Ryan Gattis, the spawn of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Cormier.”
Publishers Weekly
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Robin Sloan, 2017

“A wild, geeky, flour-dusted ride through the oddball food and techie communities of San Francisco . . . A winning story that—like its namesake bread—carries a satisfying tang.”

Shelf Awareness
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Life in Code

Ellen Ullman, 2017

Life in Code is a consummate insider's take, rich with local color and anecdotes . . . Ullman has a pure passion for computing that doesn't stop her from recognizing all the ways it can isolate and intimidate . . . Like all great writers, she finds the universal in...”

Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly
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Ryan Gattis, 2017
“A thrilling heist novel with a big beating heart.”
Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train
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Arbitrary Stupid Goal

Tamara Shopsin, 2017
Arbitrary Stupid Goal is a completely riveting world—when I looked up from its pages, regular life seemed boring and safe and modern like one big iPhone. This book captures not just a lost New York but a whole lost way of life.”
Miranda July
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The City Always Wins

Omar Robert Hamilton, 2017
“Fucking incredible, and this is without hyperbole. Hamilton has created both an unsparing psychological portrait of a generation—a generation that could just about see a new world through the tear gas—and a poetic, searing depiction of a revolution betrayed.”
Molly Crabapple
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The Last Kid Left

Rosecrans Baldwin, 2017
“A dark and brooding narrative . . . [A] finely wrought thriller. Baldwin’s novel steers clear of tidy endings, remaining faithful to delivering a story that ebbs and flows with the messiness of real life.”
Karen Ann Cullotta, BookPage
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Jeff VanderMeer, 2017
“Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy was an ever-creeping map of the apocalypse; with Borne he continues his investigation into the malevolent grace of the world, and it's a thorough marvel.”
Colson Whitehead