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The Forest Brims Over: A Novel

Ayase, Maru
A woman turns herself into a forest after long being co-opted to serve as the subject of her husband's novels--this surrealist fable challenges traditional gender attitudes and exploitation in the literary world.

The Houseboat: A Novel

Bahr, Dane
Local outcast Rigby Sellers lives in squalor on a dilapidated houseboat moored on the Mississippi River. With only stolen manikins and the river to keep him company, Rigby begins to spiral from the bizarre to the threatening.

The Lights Of Earth

Berriault, Gina
A master of the short form, Gina Berriault stands somewhere between Chekhov and Isaac Babel in style and psychological acuity—and in this beautiful new edition of one of her most beloved novellas, she traces the changing relationships between one woman and two fellow novelists.

A Conference Of Victims: A Novella

Berriault, Gina
First published in 1966, A Conference of Victims charts the corrosive power of guilt and loneliness, showing how one terrible act can possess a family

The Son: A Novella

Berriault, Gina
The haunting story of a woman who desires “something more, as if something more had been promised her that was not yet given.”

The Low Desert: Gangster Stories

Goldberg, Tod

None But The Righteous: A Novel

James, Chantal
Lyrical, riveting, and haunting from its opening lines, None But the Righteous is an extraordinary debut that signals the arrival of an unforgettable new voice in contemporary fiction

The Disaster Tourist

Ko-Eun, Yun