The girls are, as the title states, in trouble. In this kaleidoscopic collection of thirteen short stories which won the Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction, Benjamin Franklin Fiction Award winner Douglas Light deftly explores the rocky... Read More
Magdalena Tulli’s new literary novel reads like poetry, replete with metaphor, unique syntax, and intriguing images. The author’s inventive and graceful language lends this work the feel of a fable in which readers are whisked to a... Read More
In this novel, the central character vanishes. Whether by suicide or accident, Oliver Vice exists as no more than a memory and source of rumination for the nameless narrator. The narrator—a novelist and professor at Harkness College,... Read More
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