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The Wreckage of My Presence is funny and bold, occasionally manic or melancholy, and always hilarious and heartfelt. Fans will turn the last page wanting more. Read More [...]
Rarely is a novel of moral ideas so buoyant in spirit or so exquisitely crafted. Read More [...]
Rika Rakuyama loves Little Tokyo, from its ramen shops and beautiful old trees to the neon signs that cast “a wild rainbow glow” upon the street. Her appreciation for her [...]
A man’s return to his Texas hometown sets off a chain of events as tragic as any caused by the mythological gods.  Read More [...]
Hamer uses his deep knowledge of gardens to great effect, creating a lush landscape into which a reader can disappear. Read More [...]
Author-illustrator Kenesha Sneed is a Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist who mines her own artistic background in her evocative first picture book, Many Shapes of Clay: A Story of Healing. Read [...]