300 ARGUMENTS by Sarah Manguso

300 ARGUMENTS by Sarah Manguso

October 7, 2016

In the October 15th issue of Kirkus, its reviewers write that 300 ARGUMENTS is “A slim, poetic self-portrait that opens up as you read it and stays in the mind.” Graywolf will publish the book February 7, 2016…

WHO SHOT SPORTS by Gail Buckland

WHO SHOT SPORTS by Gail Buckland

October 3, 2016

As Kirkus raved, “This is a collection of superlatives, with both subjects and artists in the finest of forms; it’s difficult to single out highlights.” Knopf published the hardcover July 5, 2016…

PASADENA by Sherri L. Smith

PASADENA by Sherri L. Smith

September 9, 2016

Booklist reviewed PASADENA, saying “this is a moving and well-written exploration of friendship and loss.” The Buffalo News also reviewed the novel, calling it a “beautifully crafted and suspenseful novel.” Putnam will publish the book on September 13, 2016…

I CONTAIN MULTITUDES by Ed Yong

I CONTAIN MULTITUDES by Ed Yong

August 29, 2016

Ed Yong’s acclaimed debut I CONTAIN MULTITUDES will debut at number 20 on the New York Times Hardcover Nonfiction bestseller list for the week of September 2nd. The author appeared on NPR Fresh Air with Terry Gross, for the segment: “Eating Yogurt Is Not Enough: Rebalancing The Ecosystem Of The Microbes Within Us.”

THE LONELY CITY by Olivia Laing

THE LONELY CITY by Olivia Laing

August 29, 2016

Olivia Laing’s THE LONELY CITY was favorably reviewed in the New Yorker’s Briefly Noted section. Picador published the book March 1, 2016…

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

WAYS TO DISAPPEAR by Idra Novey

August 15, 2016

Idra Novey’s WAYS TO DISAPPEAR received a very favorable review in The Sunday Times, where Francesca Angelini praised it as a “comic, noir-ish page-turner and a clever, metafictional reflection on the nature of translating.” Little, Brown and Company published the book on February 9, 2016..

THE INSEPERABLES by Stuart Nadler

THE INSEPERABLES by Stuart Nadler

August 15, 2016

Stuart Nadler’s THE INSEPARABLES garnered a rave review in the New York Times Book Review. Stuart Nadler wrote an essay for Lit Hub, “To All the Characters I’ve Killed Off, Who Haunt Me Still,” which ran on the website and was picked up for their newsletter. Little, Brown and Company published the book on July 19, 2016…

NINTH CITY BURNING  by J. Patrick Black

NINTH CITY BURNING by J. Patrick Black

August 15, 2016

Booklist gave NINTH CITY BURNING glowing review, calling it a “thrilling kickoff to an action-packed series.” Ace will publish the book on September 6, 2016….

WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY by Annie DeWitt

WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY by Annie DeWitt

August 15, 2016

Bookforum gave WHITE NIGHTS IN SPLIT TOWN CITY a long and glowing review. “White Nights is the study of a failing family—how it is dismantled from within, how it is threatened by the world outside. DeWitt steers headlong into the most intimate and uncomfortable aspects of this disintegration, but, like Olds, she shows the glory in the terrible, the beauty in the bomb.” Tyrant Books published the book on August 9, 2016….

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

THE MORTIFICATIONS by Derek Palacio

August 5, 2016

THE MORTIFICATIONS garnered a starred review in Kirkus, which called it “searching, heartbreaking, and achingly beautiful.” Tim Duggan Books will publish the book on October 4, 2016…