Kristen Arnett$24.95 $23.20
This astonishing debut novel, set in Florida, is both a new entry in the long history of great fiction about grief and a darkly comic flight of brilliance.
Lloyd Spencer Davis$29.95 $27.85
Lloyd Spencer Davis writes with wit and a wry, irrepressible sense of humor, while imparting everything there is to know about penguins.
E. J. Koh$22.95 $21.34
An engaging, literary take on language and its role in the diaspora of a scattered family, this memoir speaks from—and to—the heart.
Ken Keffer and Jeremy Collins$24.95 $23.20
This unusual title is a beautifully illustrated book of phenology, the interconnection of living things through seasonal change.
Carmen Maria Machado$26.00 $24.18
To simply call 'In the Dream House' a memoir is to give short shrift to the exquisite strangeness and formal innovation that Carmen Maria Machado achieves.
Margaret Renkl$24.00 $22.32
The essays that compose 'Late Migrations' offer glimpses into loss and living as they toggle between Renkl’s past and present across the Southern U.S.
Clifford Thompson$19.99 $18.59
In this unconventional memoir, the reader experiences, via Thompson’s plaintive and disillusioned voice, the discomfort of personal recalibration.
Daniel M. Ford$14.95 $13.90
'Cheap Heat' contains no cheap thrills; there’s a big heart and quick mind at the helm.
Casey Dunn$25.95 $24.13
This masterful new novel doesn’t feel like a suspense debut but rather the work of a genre veteran.
James L May$28.00 $26.04
Historical, atmospheric (in a frigid sort of way) and exceptionally well-written, 'The Body Outside the Kremlin' is a first-rate debut.
Eileen Spinelli$16.00 $14.88
In this moving middle grade novel in verse, a resilient girl learns that friends and family help the heart grow and that moving forward in life doesn’t mean forgetting the past.
Sydney Smith$18.99 $17.66
'Small in the City' is a parable as hushed as falling winter snow, offering hope and reassurance in the face of uncertainty and fear.
Kyo Maclear and Rashin Kheiriyeh$17.99 $16.73
Luminous and thought-provoking, 'Story Boat' meditates on the meanings of here and home and explores the power of imagination and empathy.