Annie and the Wolves The Likely World The Likely World Kept Animals Side Life Side Life Meadowlark
The Likely World Kept Animals Still Life with Meredith Kept Animals Annie and the Wolves Still Life with Meredith Still Life with Meredith
Side Life Still Life with Meredith The Likely World Side Life Meadowlark Meadowlark Annie and the Wolves
Kept Animals Annie and the Wolves Meadowlark Kept Animals Annie and the Wolves Meadowlark Still Life with Meredith

Intriguing new and recent literary novels

By Authors in Pajamas

By Authors in Pajamas
Annie and the Wolves

Annie and the Wolves

Andromeda Romano-Lax

$27.00 $25.11

Kept Animals

Kept Animals

Kate Milliken

$27.00

This debut novel set in Southern California (pub date April 21) is on several "most anticipated" lists. Millikin, a California resident, is the author of a previous collection of short stories. Book clubs please contact [email protected]

Meadowlark

Meadowlark

Melanie Abrams

$24.95

Set in a closed community in the Nevada desert, this novel about children with unusual abilities "explores the power and danger of being extraordinary in an environment of escalating tension" (San Francisco Chronicle). Pub date, May 1. Book clubs please contact [email protected]

Still Life with Meredith

Still Life with Meredith

Ann Lewinson

$10.00

In this provocative and funny novella, Ann Lewinson "contemplates the thin line that separates sanity from madness in a world that has a hard time telling the difference," which sounds perfectly fitting for our times. Book clubs please contact [email protected]

Side Life

Side Life

Steve Toutonghi

$16.00

Part philosophy, part literary sci-fi, this second novel by Seattle author Stephen Toutonghi will jolt you out of your confined covid-19 world and plunge you into parallel universes replete with meaning-of-life quandaries. Book clubs please email [email protected]

The Likely World

The Likely World

Melanie Conroy-Goldman

$18.95 $17.62

Avail Aug. 4, Melanie Conroy-Goldman's gritty, postmodern novel of addiction and recovery has been called " bizarre and beautiful, equal parts brainy lit and gut-bucket pulp" by Mary Gaitskill. Book clubs please email [email protected]