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Eat Only When You're Hungry

by Lindsay Hunter Farrar, Straus and Giroux (August 08, 2017)

Recommended reading by Nylon, Buzzfeed, Vulture, Lit Hub, Chicago Review of Books and Chicago Reader

"With this novel, Hunter establishes herself as an unforgettable voice in American letters. Her work here,...


The Wrong Way to Save Your Life

by Megan Stielstra Harper Perennial (August 01, 2017)

From an important new American writer comes this powerful collection of personal essays on fear, creativity, art, faith, academia, the Internet, and justice.

In this poignant and inciting collection of literary...


Madame Zero

by Sarah Hall Custom House (July 25, 2017)

From one of the most accomplished British writers working today, the Man Booker Prize-shortlisted author of The Wolf Border, comes a unique and arresting collection of short fiction that is both disturbing and...


Distant Mandate

by Ange Mlinko Farrar, Straus and Giroux (July 11, 2017)

In Distant Mandate, Ange Mlinko moves between the tormented southern landscape, with its alternately arid and flooded scrublands, and the imaginative landscapes of Western art. Guided by her spiritual forbears—Orpheus,...


The Art of Death

by Edwidge Danticat Graywolf Press (July 11, 2017)

A moving reflection on a subject that touches us all, by the bestselling author of Claire of the Sea Light

Edwidge Danticat’s The Art of Death: Writing the Final Story is at once a personal account of her mother...


Goodbye, Vitamin

by Rachel Khong Henry Holt and Co. (July 11, 2017)

"Told in a diary format over the year that Ruth spends at home, Goodbye, Vitamin is a quietly brilliant disquisition on family relationships and adulthood, told in prose that is so startling in its spare beauty...


Bugged

by David MacNeal St. Martin's Press (July 03, 2017)

"Creepy, beautiful, icky and amazing." —Penny Le Couteur, author of Napoleon's Button

Insects have been shaping our ecological world and plant life for over 400 million years. In fact, our world is essentially...


River Under the Road

by Scott Spencer Ecco (June 27, 2017)

From the bestselling, critically acclaimed author of Man in the Woods and Endless Love, a stunning, stinging portrait of class and creativity-and the double-edged sword of success

Thirteen parties over the course...


The Genius of Jane Austen

by Paula Byrne Harper Perennial (June 27, 2017)

Perfect for fans of Jane Austen, this updated edition of Paula Byrne's debut book includes new material that explores the history of Austen stage adaptations, why her books work so well on screen, and what that...


Housman Country

by Peter Parker Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 20, 2017)

A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

A captivating exploration of A. E. Housman and the influence of his particular brand of Englishness

A. E. Housman’s A Shropshire Lad made little impression when it...


So Much Blue

by Percival Everett Graywolf Press (June 13, 2017)

A new high point for a master novelist, an emotionally charged reckoning with art, marriage, and the past

Kevin Pace is working on a painting that he won’t allow anyone to see: not his children; not his best...


The Songs We Know Best

by Karin Roffman Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 13, 2017)

The first biography of an American master

The Songs We Know Best, the first comprehensive biography of the early life of John Ashbery—the winner of nearly every major American literary award—reveals the unusual...


The City Always Wins

by Omar Robert Hamilton Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 13, 2017)

We've been doing the same thing for hundreds of years. Marching, fighting, chanting, dying, changing, winning, losing . This time will be different. This time the future can still be made new.

The City Always...


Dear Cyborgs

by Eugene Lim Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 06, 2017)

A Summer Read Pick by Nylon, Boston Globe, Buzzfeed, Wired and Vol. 1 Brooklyn

"Wondrous . . . [A] sense of the erratic and tangential quality of everyday life—even if it’s displaced into a bizarre, parallel...


1944 Diary

by Hans Keilson & Damion Searls Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 06, 2017)

[1944 Diary] is a deeply personal account, made even more remarkable that it was written during World War II and the horrors of the Holocaust . . . A moving and fascinating read." —Library Journal

In 2010,...


The Answers

by Catherine Lacey Farrar, Straus and Giroux (June 06, 2017)

A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

Recommended reading by Vanity Fair, Huffington Post, W, Nylon, Elle, Buzzfeed, and Kirkus

"Like Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, [The Answers] is also a novel...


The Essex Serpent

by Sarah Perry Custom House (June 06, 2017)

Costa Book Award Finalist and the Waterstones (UK) Book of the Year 2016

"I loved this book. At once numinous, intimate and wise, The Essex Serpent is a marvelous novel about the workings of life, love and belief,...


We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled

by Wendy Pearlman Custom House (June 06, 2017)

Reminiscent of the work of Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich, an astonishing collection of intimate wartime testimonies and poetic fragments from a cross-section of Syrians whose lives have been transformed...


Everybody's Son

by Thrity Umrigar Harper (June 06, 2017)

The bestselling, critically acclaimed author of The Space Between Us and The World We Found deftly explores issues of race, class, privilege, and power and asks us to consider uncomfortable moral questions in...


Black Detroit

by Herb Boyd Amistad (June 06, 2017)

The author of Baldwin’s Harlem looks at the evolving culture, politics, economics, and spiritual life of Detroit—a blend of memoir, love letter, history, and clear-eyed reportage that explores the city’s...


Mormama

by Kit Reed Tom Doherty Associates (May 30, 2017)

MORMAMA is a riveting supernatural, southern gothic tale from Kit Reed, the author of Where.

Dell Duval has been living on the street since his accident. He can't remember who he was or where he came from. All...


Kingdom of Olives and Ash

by Michael Chabon & Ayelet Waldman Harper Perennial (May 30, 2017)

A groundbreaking collection of essays by celebrated international writers bears witness to the human cost of fifty years of Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.

In Kingdom of Olives and Ash, Michael...


Meet Me in the Bathroom

by Lizzy Goodman Dey Street Books (May 23, 2017)

Joining the ranks of the classics Please Kill Me, Our Band Could Be Your Life, and Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, an intriguing oral history of the post-9/11 decline of the old-guard music industry and rebirth of...


Isadora

by Amelia Gray Farrar, Straus and Giroux (May 23, 2017)

Using the scaffolding of Isadora Duncan’s life and the stuff of her spirit, Amelia Gray delivers an incredibly imaginative portrait of the artist

In 1913, the restless world sat on the brink of unimaginable...


Murder In Matera

by Helene Stapinski Dey Street Books (May 23, 2017)

“A murder mystery, a model of investigative reporting, a celebration of the fierce bonds that hold families together through tragedies…Murder in Matera is a gem.” San Francisco Chronicle

"Tantalizing"...


Yawn

by Mary Mann Farrar, Straus and Giroux (May 16, 2017)

The incisive and often hilarious story of one of our most interesting cultural phenomena: boredom

It’s the feeling your grandma told you was only experienced by boring people. Some people say they’re dying...


Bad Dreams and Other Stories

by Tessa Hadley Harper (May 16, 2017)

The award-winning author of The Past once again "crystallizes the atmosphere of ordinary life in prose somehow miraculous and natural" (Washington Post), in a collection of stories that elevate the mundane into...


Spies in the Family

by Eva Dillon Harper (May 09, 2017)

A riveting true-life thriller and revealing memoir from the daughter of an American intelligence officer—the astonishing true story of two spies and their families on opposite sides of the Cold War.

In the...


Fen

by Daisy Johnson Graywolf Press (May 02, 2017)

A singular debut that “marks the emergence of a great, stomping, wall-knocking talent” (Kevin Barry)

Daisy Johnson’s Fen, set in the fenlands of England, transmutes the flat, uncanny landscape into a rich,...


The Best of Adam Sharp

by Graeme Simsion St. Martin's Press (May 02, 2017)

"This dazzling story about a former pianist who has a second chance in midlife with his former actress flame will do some major heart-warming this Spring — and readers will never foresee the incredible ending."...


One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter

by Scaachi Koul Picador (May 02, 2017)

A DEBUT COLLECTION OF FIERCE, FUNNY ESSAYS ABOUT GROWING UP THE DAUGHTER OF INDIAN IMMIGRANTS IN WESTERN CULTURE, ADDRESSING SEXISM, STEREOTYPES, AND THE UNIVERSAL MISERIES OF LIFE

In One Day We’ll All Be Dead...


Between Them

by Richard Ford Ecco (May 02, 2017)

From American master Richard Ford, a memoir: his first work of nonfiction, a stirring narrative of memory and parental love

How is it that we come to consider our parents as people with rich and intense lives...


The Standard Grand

by Jay Baron Nicorvo St. Martin's Press (April 25, 2017)

"Nicorvo is a bracingly original writer and a joy to read." —Dennis Lehane

"A desperate masterpiece of a debut" that tells a huge-hearted American saga—of love, violence, war, conspiracy and the aftermath...


Borne

by Jeff Vandermeer Farrar, Straus and Giroux (April 25, 2017)

Named one of the most anticipated books of 2017 by The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Book Riot, Chicago Reader, The Week, and Publishers Weekly.

“Am I a person?” Borne asked me.

“Yes, you are a person,”...


Dreaming the Beatles

by Rob Sheffield Dey Street Books (April 25, 2017)

“This is the best book about the Beatles ever written”  Mashable

Rob Sheffield, the Rolling Stone columnist and bestselling author of Love Is a Mix Tape offers an entertaining, unconventional look at...


American Originality

by Louise Gluck Farrar, Straus and Giroux (April 18, 2017)

A luminous collection of essays from one of our most original and influential poets

Five decades after her debut poetry collection, Firstborn, Louise Glück is a towering figure in American letters. Written with...


Too Much and Not the Mood

by Durga Chew-Bose Farrar, Straus and Giroux (April 11, 2017)

One of Vulture's "25 of the Most Exciting Book Releases for 2017"

One of Nylon's "50 Books We Can't Wait To Read In 2017"

An entirely original portrait of a young writer shutting out the din in order to find her...


Willoughbyland

by Matthew Parker St. Martin's Press (April 11, 2017)

At the beginning of the 1650s, wrecked by plague and civil war, England was in ruins. Yet shimmering on the horizon was a vision of paradise called Willoughbyland.

When Sir Walter Raleigh set out to South America...


The Lowells of Massachusetts

by Nina Sankovitch St. Martin's Press (April 11, 2017)

The Lowells of Massachusetts were a remarkable family. They were settlers in the New World in the 1600s, revolutionaries creating a new nation in the 1700s, merchants and manufacturers building prosperity in...


Void Star

by Zachary Mason Farrar, Straus and Giroux (April 11, 2017)

A riveting, beautifully written, fugue-like novel of AIs, memory, violence, and mortality

Not far in the future the seas have risen and the central latitudes are emptying, but it’s still a good time to be rich...


Sunshine State

by Sarah Gerard Harper Perennial (April 11, 2017)

Paris Review Staff Pick • A Chicago Tribune Exciting Book for 2017 • A Rolling Stone Culture Index Reccomendation • A Buzzfeed Most Exciting Book for 2017 • A The Millions Great 2017 Book...


Botanical Shakespeare

by Sumie Hasegawa Collins, Gerit Quealy & Helen Mirren Harper Design (April 11, 2017)

A captivating, beautifully illustrated, one-of-a-kind color compendium of the flowers, fruits, herbs, trees, seeds, and grasses cited in the works of the world’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare, accompanied...


Marlena

by Julie Buntin Henry Holt and Co. (April 04, 2017)

Book of the Month Club

Indie Next Pick

Nylon's Debut Book Club Pick

Barnes and Noble Discover Pick

The story of two girls and the wild year that will cost one her life, and define the other’s for decades

Everything...


The Draw

by Lee Siegel Farrar, Straus and Giroux (April 04, 2017)

A "What We're Reading This Summer" Pick by The Atlantic

The Draw is a "spellbinding, coming-of-age tour de force" (New York Times Book Review) about a boy striving to make his way up through society and out of...


Heretics

by Leonardo Padura & Anna Kushner Farrar, Straus and Giroux (March 14, 2017)

"Padura’s Heretics spans and defies literary categories . . . ingenious." —Maureen Corrigan, Fresh Air

A sweeping novel of art theft, anti-Semitism, contemporary Cuba, and crime from a renowned Cuban author,...


The Impossible Fairy Tale

by Han Yujoo Graywolf Press (March 07, 2017)

A chilling, wildly original novel from a major new voice from South Korea

The Impossible Fairy Tale is the story of two unexceptional grade-school girls. Mia is “lucky”—she is spoiled by her mother and,...


Fallen Glory

by James Crawford Picador (March 07, 2017)

An inviting, fascinating compendium of twenty-one of history's most famous lost places, from the Tower of Babel to the Twin Towers

Buildings are more like us than we realize. They can be born into wealth or poverty,...


Flâneuse

by Lauren Elkin Farrar, Straus and Giroux (February 28, 2017)

A New York Times Book Review Editor's Choice

The flâneur is the quintessentially masculine figure of privilege and leisure who strides the capitals of the world with abandon. But it is the flâneuse who captures...


Glass House

by Brian Alexander St. Martin's Press (February 14, 2017)

For readers of Hillbilly Elegy and Strangers in Their Own Land

**A New York Post Must-Read Book, a Newsweek Best New Book, one of The Week's 20 Books to Read in 2017, one of Bustle's 16 Best Nonfiction Books...


300 Arguments

by Sarah Manguso Graywolf Press (February 07, 2017)

A brilliant and exhilarating sequence of aphorisms from one of our greatest essayists

There will come a time when people decide you’ve had enough of your grief, and they’ll try to take it away from you.

Bad...