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Foster

by Claire Keegan

An international bestseller and one of The Times’ “Top 50 Novels Published in the 21st Century,” Claire Keegan’s piercing contemporary classic Foster is a heartbreaking story of childhood, loss, and…

The Toughest Indian in the World

by Sherman Alexie

“Alexie reveals himself to be a more fearless writer than one might ever have imagined; the stories are bold, uncensored, raucous, and sexy.” –Ken Foster, San Francisco Chronicle Book Review…

The Stages of Life

by Clifford Anderson

…seen as the final throes of adolescence. Anderson’s work sheds light on how to foster independence in children while still giving them that ever crucial sense of security.” –Family Life…

Blueprints of the Afterlife

by Ryan Boudinot

An audacious, hilarious, and compelling novel of future shock, overconsumption, social control, and human nature by Ryan Boudinot, whom Dave Eggers has called “Some kind of new and dangerous cross…

Antarctica

by Claire Keegan

…debut story collection featuring a fresh cover to tie in with her current bestselling trio: the Booker Prize shortlisted Small Things Like These, Foster, and So Late in the Day…

The Guest Lecture

by Martin Riker

With “a voice as clear, sincere, and wry as any I’ve read in current American fiction” (Joshua Cohen), Martin Riker’s poignant and startlingly original novel asks how to foster a…

Claire Keegan

…Hill Prize for the finest collection of stories published in the British Isles. Foster won the Davy Byrnes Award—the world’s richest prize for a short story. Small Things Like These…

Frank Deford

…in The Best American Sportswriting of the Century, edited by David Halberstam. For his radio and TV work, Deford has won both an Emmy and a George Foster Peabody Award….

Flight

by Sherman Alexie

“Gutsy . . . Alexie has established an impressive literary reputation as a bold writer who goes straight for the aorta. He is in the business of making his readers…

In the Fall

by Jeffrey Lent

“Majestic . . . epic . . . vital . . . a necessary piece in a uniquely American mosaic.” —The New York Times Book Review…