OUR LITTLE RACKET by Angelica Baker

OUR LITTLE RACKET by Angelica Baker

August 18, 2017

Angelica Baker’s OUR LITTLE RACKET tops the list of books The Atlantic editors and writers are reading this summer. The Atlantic writes, “any reader will appreciate the tightly woven drama of this book, which brings its five protagonists out of the margins of the crisis and into an explosive confrontation of their own.” Ecco published OUR LITTLE RACKET on June 20, 2017.

LESS by Andrew Sean Greer

LESS by Andrew Sean Greer

August 18, 2017

The acclaimed new novel by Andrew Sean Greer debuted at number 14 on the Indiebound Bestseller list for the week of 8/16/17. Dutton published the book on August 1, 2017.

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

August 18, 2017

Eugene Lim’s DEAR CYBORGS was included in the San Francisco Chronicle’s roundup of new science fiction and fantasy books. For The Village Voice, Ross Barkan writes that DEAR CYBORGS is “drawing the sorts of critical accolades that should vault [Lim] into the first rank of American writers.” FSG Originals published DEAR CYBORGS on June 6, 2017.

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME by Andre Aciman

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME by Andre Aciman

August 7, 2017

The first trailer for the acclaimed adaptation of Andre Aciman’s first novel, CALL ME BY YOUR NAME debuted online. The film directed by Luca Guadagnino (A BIGGER SPLASH & I AM LOVE) will be released on November 24th. Aciman’s latest book ENIGMA VARIATIONS was published on January 3, 2017 by Farrar, Straus & Giroux.

GOODBYE, VITAMIN by Rachel Khong

GOODBYE, VITAMIN by Rachel Khong

August 7, 2017

Rachel Khong’s GOODBYE, VITAMIN is one of the hottest books of the summer, according to Oprah, Vanity Fair, and Refinery29. The book also received a glowing review in the New York Times Book Review from Doree Shafrir, who calls it “a quietly brilliant disquisition on family, relationships and adulthood, told in prose that is so startling in its spare beauty that I found myself thinking about Khong’s turns of phrase for days after I’d finished reading”

OUR LITTLE RACKET by Angelica Baker

OUR LITTLE RACKET by Angelica Baker

August 7, 2017

Angelica Baker’s debut novel OUR LITTLE RACKET is one of Refinery29’s favorite books of the year so far. Ecco published OUR LITTLE RACKET on June 20, 2017.

GOODBYE, VITAMIN by Rachel Khong

GOODBYE, VITAMIN by Rachel Khong

July 18, 2017

Rachel Khong’s GOODBYE, VITAMIN is July’s Book of the Month, as well as one of Amazon’s Best Books of the Month and a Spotlight Pick. The book has earned glowing reviews from NPR, San Francisco Chronicle, Josephine Magazine, and the Gilmore Guide to Books. Vogue interviewed Rachel Khong, whose “wonderful first novel” GOODBYE, VITAMIN “might be the best novel you’ll read this summer.”

THE DARK DARK by Samantha Hunt

THE DARK DARK by Samantha Hunt

July 18, 2017

Jia Tolentino recommended celebrated novelist Samantha Hunt’s upcoming debut THE DARK DARK in the New Yorker’s web feature “What We’re Reading This Summer,” where she writes: “Samantha Hunt’s new collection of short stories… wields such a subtle and alien power that I couldn’t read more than a couple of pieces in a sitting without feeling like some witchy substance was working its way through my blood.” Farrar, Straus & Giroux will publish the book on July 18, 2017.

UNWANTED ADVANCES by Laura Kipnis

UNWANTED ADVANCES by Laura Kipnis

July 18, 2017

Rebecca Mead recommended Laura Kipnis’s UNWANTED ADVANCES in the New Yorker’s web feature “What We’re Reading This Summer,” where she writes: “Kipnis adeptly applies the now unfashionable but enduringly illuminating insights of psychoanalysis, with mordantly compelling results, to the actions and motivations of those who have become ensnarled in institutional [Title IX] scrutiny.” Harper published the book April 4, 2017.

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

DEAR CYBORGS by Eugene Lim

July 18, 2017

Eugene Lim’s DEAR CYBORGS received a rave review from Christian Lorentzen in New York Magazine. DEAR CYBORGS is also one of the best books of the year so far, according to Nylon and the Chicago Review of Books. Jonathan Sturgeon included DEAR CYBORGS in a review of Occupy literature for The Baffler, calling DEAR CYBORGS “a short but important novel.” Eugene joined the Leonard Lopate show on June 23 to discuss his new novel.