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The Translator's Bride

by Meg Nola

In João Reis’s melancholy yet comic The Translator’s Bride, a nameless translator in a nameless city struggles to interpret his own life, wandering through a frustrating maze of streetcars, chilling rain, and moldy interiors. His... Read More

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Dead Girls

by Claire Foster

Abigail Tarttelin’s "Dead Girls" is an ultra creepy, occult-tinged horror story. Focused on a missing girl, it shows that the wild places of childhood are not all magical and good. Billie—who likes Slater from Saved by the Bell,... Read More

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Into Captivity They Will Go

by Holly Jordan

In Noah Milligan’s startling novel "Into Captivity They Will Go", Caleb, a teenage boy of perceived miraculous birth, is raised by an evangelical, end-times-obsessed mother who’s convinced that he is the second coming of Christ.... Read More

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Divide Me by Zero

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Katya Geller has been making her living as a writer for the past twelve years, all the more impressive because she’s a Russian immigrant writing in English. But making a living as a writer requires you to write, and now she’s stalled... Read More

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The Lines

by Meg Nola

In Anthony Varallo’s evocative and taut "The Lines", the end of a marriage brings about an unsettling beginning for a family. Set during the 1970s and amid oil and gasoline shortages, the US’s scarcity of fuel and the public’s... Read More

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