Nectar Reads: Fiction

By Nectar Literary

By Nectar Literary

God of Mercy

Okezie Nwoka

$27.00 $24.84

The Interim

Wolfgang Hilbig

$22.95 $21.11

Empty Wardrobes

Maria Judite de Carvalho

$14.95 $13.75

Kaya Days

Carl de Souza

$14.95 $13.75

Pity the Beast

Robin McLean

$25.95 $23.87

Nancy

Bruno Lloret

$19.95 $18.35

The Parted Earth

Anjali Enjeti

$26.00 $23.92

The Portrait of a Mirror

A. Natasha Joukovsky

$26.00 $23.92

Slipping

Mohamed Kheir

$16.95 $15.59

Elemental: Earth Stories

Andreas Moster, Farkhondeh Aghaei, et al.

$16.95 $15.59

That Time of Year

Marie Ndiaye

$19.95 $18.35

The Prettiest Star

Carter Sickels

$26.00 $23.92

"Get ready for your heart to explode into an entire cosmos. Carter Sickels' The Prettiest Star is the story of a young man who must drag his body from the mouth of death back to the 'home' that nearly killed him. The story of a queer desiring body moving through the crucibles of life toward song, toward rewriting family and whatever we mean by home, toward a kind of hope that comes from the dirt up and not the sky down. A heart triumph." —Lidia Yuknavitch, author of The Book of Joan

Last of Her Name

Mimi Lok

$16.95 $15.59

"Last of Her Name doesn't feel at all like a debut book; Lok writes with the self-assuredness of a literary veteran and the insight of someone who's spent a lifetime studying how humans interact. It's a gorgeous collection that urges us to do our best to connect with one another — the alternative, as some of Lok's more unfortunate characters demonstrate, is oblivion." —Michael Schaub, NPR

They Will Drown in Their Mothers' Tears

Johannes Anyuru

$22.95 $21.11

"An ingeniously plotted work . . . Anyuru’s dystopia persuades because it is inextricable from the anxieties of his Muslim characters in contemporary Sweden, from disaffected youths who sell hash and flirt with radicalism to imams preaching forbearance in cramped basement mosques. The grammar of their faith, from its rituals of prayer to its reassurances of eternity, offers a means of orientation beyond precarious circumstances—as well as a counterpoint to the nativist equation of birthplace and belonging.” —Julian Lucas, Harper’s Magazine

That We May Live: Speculative Chinese Fiction

Chan Chi Wa, Enoch Tam, et al.

$16.95 $15.59

Vanishing Monuments

John Elizabeth Stintzi

$17.95 $16.51

We Had No Rules

Corinne Manning

$15.95 $14.67

Lake Like a Mirror

Sok Fong Ho

$16.95 $15.59

Echo on the Bay

Masatsugu Ono

$16.95 $15.59

Harmada

João Gilberto Noll

$14.95 $13.75

Each of Us Killers

Jenny Bhatt

$18.98

Rabbit Island

Elvira Navarro

$19.95 $18.35

Belly Up

Rita Bullwinkel

$14.95 $13.75