Tag Archives: Literary

Convenience Store Woman

by Sayaka Murata

The English-language debut of an exciting young voice in international fiction, selling 660,000 copies in Japan alone, Convenience Store Woman is a bewitching portrayal…


by Roxane Gay

The powerful debut collection exploring the Haitian diaspora experience from New York Times-bestselling powerhouse Roxane Gay, now widely available for the first time in…

The Years, Months, Days

by Yan Lianke

From “one of China’s most successful writers” (The New Yorker), two masterful novellas exploring the stigma of mental illness, the sacrifices made for family,…


by Jim Harrison

“A raunchy, funny, swaggering, angry, cocksure book.” —The New York Times Book Review

The Vampires

by John Rechy

On a beautiful private island somewhere in the Caribbean, the rituals of witchcraft and Satanism suddenly take over the lives of a group of…


by Matthew McIntosh

With praise from Alan Moore and Rachel Kushner, a groundbreaking novel told in an exciting new form, mixing fiction, memoir, prose poetry, and textual…


by Jim Harrison

“A feisty, passionate novel.” —Newsday


by Lily Tuck

From National Book Award winner Lily Tuck, a subversive short novel of jealousy and desire that tells the story of a new marriage from…


by Michelle Dean

From celebrated literary critic Michelle Dean, a powerful portrait of ten women writers who managed to make their voices heard amid a culture of…

The Red Word

by Sarah Henstra

“The Red Word is the smartest, most provocative novel I’ve read in a long time.” —Tom Perrotta, author of Little Children and Nine Inches