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It’s a strange, eerie world that Machado has built in this unforgettable debut — one that challenges the way we think about women’s bodies and the everyday violence visited upon them that sometimes goes unnoticed.
By Naomi Alderman Out October 10What would happen if teenage girls across the world woke up one morning to discover that they suddenly possessed immense physical strength: the ability to tear doors off their hinges, to rip sheets of metal, to overpower anyone who dared trespass against them?
Borrowing from never-before-published diaries and correspondence written by some of literature’s largest-looming female figures, this nonfiction tome digs into the supportive, though sometimes scandalous, relationships between some of our favorite writers.
By Carmen Maria Machado Out October 3A woman refuses to remove the green ribbon from her neck, no matter how hard her husband pleads with her to take it off; a weight-loss surgery results in an unwelcome houseguest.
Set in America in the early ‘90s, is an LGBTQ coming-of-age narrative that takes the reader on a winding journey: from ACT UP meetings in New York City to dinner parties in Provincetown and myriad corners of culture at the height of the AIDS epidemic.
By Andrea Lawlor Out November 1Paul is a gender fluid jack-of-all trades, a 22-year-old college dropout trying to understand his own shifting identity. begins in the wee hours of the morning in Los Angeles, when a naked man darts across the freeway.
That is the question at the center of this — yes, we’re going to say it — By Madeliene Thien Out October 3As a child, Janie was subjected to terrible violence carried out by the Khmer Rouge and robbed of everything, and everyone, she loved; three decades later, resettled in Montreal, she still bears the scars of that past.
Leaving her son and husband behind, Janie moves into the home of her friend, the scientist Hiroji Matsui, and for a time they are able to find comfort in their shared pain.
When her path crosses with Dexter Stiles' once again, Anna starts to understand what she witnessed that day at his home by the shore — and the secrets behind her father's sudden vanishing act.
Out October 3Trust us: This is the book you’ll hand off to your kid at some yet-to-be-determined future date when they ask you about the way the world was in 2017.