MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

MR. SPLITFOOT by Samantha Hunt

February 5, 2016

Samantha Hunt’s MR. SPLITFOOT was reviewed in New York Times Book Review, New York Magazine, Washington Post, and New York Journal of Books. Said Gregory Maguire in the New York Times Book Review, “I suspect that Samantha Hunt’s third novel, Mr. Splitfoot, will haunt me… I’ve dog-eared so many pages in honor of vivid prose that my advance reader’s copy of Mr. Splitfoot curls up with fattened corners. Hunt renders as ornate and magical the tired landscape of Troy and upstate New York… Hypnotic and glowing.” Houghton Mifflin Harcourt published the book on January 5, 2016…..

WHERE WE WANT TO LIVE by Ryan Gravel

WHERE WE WANT TO LIVE by Ryan Gravel

January 15, 2016

Kirkus has reviewed WHERE WE WANT TO LIVE, calling it an “uplifting story about what people can accomplish working for a common purpose they make their own.” St. Martin’s Press will publish the book on March 15, 2016….

A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolaou

A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolaou

January 15, 2016

Publishers Weekly has reviewed A NONE’S STORY by Corinna Nicolau, calling it “perfect for those looking to ground themselves in the overlapping but often contradictory morals of the world’s major religions, Nicolaou’s book vividly and respectfully unpacks the nature of spiritual practice.” Columbia University Press will publish the book on April 5, 2016….

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer J. Sternberg

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer J. Sternberg

December 10, 2015

Publishers Weekly has reviewed NEUROLOGIC, and said of the book, “[Sternberg’s] assessment of relevant research is thorough and engaging, and where his lively narrative is not sufficiently descriptive, illustrations are provided.” Pantheon will publish the book on January 12, 2016….

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

THE INVADERS by Karolina Waclawiak

December 10, 2015

NPR affiliate WHSU has reviewed THE INVADERS, calling it “a scathing and disturbing picture that she paints of this exclusive and seemingly unspoiled and idyllic community that harbors darkness and isolation, but it’s a convincing and compelling one.” ReganArts published the book on July 7, 2015…

FOOD WHORE by Jessica Tom

FOOD WHORE by Jessica Tom

November 2, 2015

Jessica Tom, author of FOOD WHORE, was profiled in the NEW YORK POST both online and in print. The book, published by William Morrow on October 27, 2015, is described as “THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA for foodies….”

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

November 2, 2015

Idra Novey’s debut novel WAYS TO DISAPPEAR received a boxed, starred review in Publishers Weekly, which said, “Idra Novey’s briskly paced first novel is a clever literary mystery and a playful portrait of the artist as a young translator…it has its share of violence and romance—it reads like an Ali Smith novel with a fun Brazilian noir vibe. But underlying these comic noir elements is an eloquent meditation on the art and anxiety of translation, as well as a story about literature as a means of revelation and concealment…..”

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer Sternberg

NEUROLOGIC by Eliezer Sternberg

November 2, 2015

Kirkus has reviewed NEUROLOGIC, calling it “enthralling and highly thought-provoking,” as well as “a fine exploration of the brain’s ability to draw the story of our life, from experience and from thin air.” Pantheon will publish the book on January 12, 2016…..

THE NEW GENERATION BREAST CANCER BOOK  by Dr. Elisa Port

THE NEW GENERATION BREAST CANCER BOOK by Dr. Elisa Port

September 28, 2015

Dr. Elisa Port’s THE NEW GENERATION BREAST CANCER BOOK has received tremendous praise across the board, and will be featured in the October issues of Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Family Circle, among many other reputable magazines and publications. InStyle says the book is “essential reading for breast cancer patients and close friends and family weathering the experience along with them.” The author was also recently interviewed on NPR’s Fresh Air.

SCRAPPER by Matt Bell

SCRAPPER by Matt Bell

September 28, 2015

The New York Times Book Review has reviewed Matt Bell’s latest novel, SCRAPPER. “Equal parts dystopian novel, psychological thriller, and literary fiction, [Scrapper] evokes a dark and lonely existence for its stoic protagonist… By the novel’s end, Bell adeptly depicts Kelly as a complicated soul capable of great violence and kindness.” Soho Press published the book on September 15, 2015…..