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“Batuman has a gift for making the universe seem, somehow, like the benevolent and witty literary seminar you wish it were . . .This novel wins you over in a million micro-observations.” —The New York Times
From the acclaimed and bestselling author of The Idiot, the... Read more
A CBC BOOKS AND QUILL & QUIRE ANTICIPATED FALL BOOK A LAMBDA LITERARY MOST ANTICIPATED LGBTQIA+ TITLE A 49TH SHELF BOOK OF THE YEAR 2021 Linked short stories about families, nascent queers, and self-deluded utopians explore the moral ordinary strangeness in their characters’ overlapping lives. A woman impersonates a nun online,... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
With an unforgettable voice and exuberant wit, She Is Haunted is a masterful debut exploring issues of identity, connection, and loss, told with remarkable grace and assurance by Chinese-American-Australian author Paige Clark.In stories charged by the complexities of mother-daughter relationships, grief, exes, and the profundities of friendship,... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
Emily Forrest runs Exalted, the hottest astrology account on Instagram, from her studio apartment in Los Angeles. Burned out on meme-making and listicles, Emily's passion for astrology is waning despite her gift for deciphering the signs, until she comes across a birth-chart that could potentially change her mind. Beau Rubidoux's planets are... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
A meditation on southwestern terrains, intergenerational queer dynamics, and surveilled brown artists that crosses physical and conceptual borders.
Part butch memoir, part ekphrastic travel diary, part queer family tree, Raquel Gutiérrez’s debut essay collection, Brown Neon, gleans insight from the sediment of land and relationships. For... Read more
A NEW YORK TIMES BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR • From "one of our most nuanced thinkers on the intersections of race, class, and feminism" (Cathy Park Hong, New York Times bestselling author of Minor Feelings) comes a memoir "as electric as the title suggests" (Maggie Nelson, author of On Freedom).
A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR: The New York Times, TIME... Read more
«Fernanda Melchor explora la violencia y la desigualdad en esta novela brutal. Lo hace con una destreza técnica deslumbrante, oído absoluto para la oralidad y precisión de neurocirujana para la crueldad. Páradais es un breve e inexorable descenso al infierno». Mariana Enríquez En un conjunto residencial de lujo, dos adolescentes inadaptados se... Read moreAudiobook details Add to Wish List
Set during the swampy summer in 1982, this stunning debut novel follows eleven-year-old Sunshine Turner and her troubled father, Billy, as the secrets of their family's past swirl around them in the one-road town of Fingertip, Louisiana.
During a hot summer of June moods, grubworms, and dark storms, Sunshine discovers stones in her chest—and... Read more
Two teenagers, in love and insane, journey across the United States in this Bonnie and Clyde–like adventure, pursuing a warped American dream, where Elvis is still king and the corn dog is the “backbone of this great country.”
“There is a typo on page 14. Other than that, this book is perfect.” —Bill Callahan
“He told her he was a one-woman man... Read more