THE SCARLET GOSPELS by Clive Barker

THE SCARLET GOSPELS by Clive Barker

January 15, 2015

The Guardian published an article about Clive Barker’s forthcoming novel, THE SCARLET GOSPELS, which will be the final novel in Barker’s series of books featuring the character of Pinhead, who was immortalized in the long-running series of Hellraiser horror films. St. Martin’s Press will publish the book on May 19, 2015.

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD by Steven Weinberg

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD by Steven Weinberg

January 14, 2015

TO EXPLAIN THE WORLD: The Discovery of Modern Science by Nobel Prize winning physicist Steven Weinberg was listed by the Guardian in their essential literary calendar for 2015. Harper Collins will publish the book on February 10, 2015.

THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF by Stephen Marche

THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF by Stephen Marche

January 14, 2015

Stephen Marche’s debut novel THE HUNGER OF THE WOLF was reviewed in Publishers Weekly, saying, “The nature of family bonds and wealth are at the heart of this spellbinding tale from Marche…No word is out of place in this taut multigenerational tale, which takes some enjoyable supernatural turns.” Simon & Schuster will publish the book in February, 3 2015.

THINGS TO MAKE AND DO IN THE FOURTH DIMENSION by Matt Parker

THINGS TO MAKE AND DO IN THE FOURTH DIMENSION by Matt Parker

January 14, 2015

Matt Parker was on Brian Lehrer to discuss his book THINGS TO MAKE AND DO IN THE FOURTH DIMENSION, and Slate has excerpted the optimal dating algorithms chapter. FSG published the book on December 2, 2014.

THE SKELETON CUPBOARD by Tanya Byron

THE SKELETON CUPBOARD by Tanya Byron

January 14, 2015

Tanya Byron’s THE SKELETON CUPBOARD was reviewed by Kirkus, which called it “absorbing,” “lucid” and “compassionate.”

GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman

December 5, 2014

Elliot Ackerman was featured in an article in Vanity Fair on veterans from the wars in Iraq who have written fiction about the experience. His article on returning to where he skateboarded as a teen will be published in the Lives column in Sunday’s New York Times Magazine. His debut novel, GREEN ON BLUE will be published by Scribner on February 17, 2015.

GIRL UNDERWATER by Claire Kells

GIRL UNDERWATER by Claire Kells

December 5, 2014

Library Journal has given a starred review to Girl Underwater by Claire Kells. “Skillfully interspersing flashbacks with current events, debut novelist Kells has written an absorbing tale that will grip anyone who enjoys survival stories or psychological dramas.” Dutton Adult will publish the book on March 31, 2015.

MEN by Laura Kipnis

MEN by Laura Kipnis

November 6, 2014

Laura Kipnis’ MEN is in this month’s New York Magazine feature by Boris Kachka, “7 Books You Need to Read This November”. Says Kachka, “The gender-centered essayist and author of Against Love turns her female gaze on the other gender, filing free-flowing musings on Ron Gallela, Tiger Woods, Larry Flynt, and many others under four rubrics: operators, neurotics, sex fiends, and haters.

A SMALL INDISCRETION by Jan Ellison

A SMALL INDISCRETION by Jan Ellison

November 6, 2014

Jan Ellison’s A SMALL INDISCRETION received a rave review from Kirkus, saying, “Ellison’s debut novel is an emotional thriller of the Anita Shreve variety, with revelations that continue and relationships that evolve until the final pages. Ellison keeps the mystery going by switching … in a way that fiendishly answers only one question at a time. Connoisseurs of domestic suspense will finish this book in a few breathless sittings, then wait eagerly for Ellison’s next trick.” Random House publishes the book on January 27, 2015.

NOT MY FATHER’S SON by Alan Cumming

November 3, 2014

Alan Cumming’s bold and brave memoir is ranked #14 on the Combined Print & E-book and #15 in Hardcover nonfiction on the New York Times Bestseller List for the week of 11/02/14. Dey St. published the hardcover Oct. 7, 2014.