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Fall of Alice K
Fiction
Jim Heynen

On the surface, Alice Marie Krayenbraak has it all: she’s beautiful and witty, a star student and a gifted athlete. But nothing is as it seems: the family farm is failing, Alice’s mother awaits the apocalypse, her parents are planning to send her...

Blood of the Sun
Poetry
Salgado Maranhão

In these poems, presented in both Portuguese and English, butcher shops, sex, and machine guns sit in spirited dialogue with language, absence, and time. The resulting collection is varied as well as unified, brilliantly textured and layered.

Tarball Chronicles
Nonfiction
David Gessner

After the Deepwater Horizon well was capped in 2010, most reporters and government officials turned away from the unfolding narrative: the story was over. But for one writer the unimaginable amount of oil spilled into the ocean was only the...

American Boy
Fiction
Larry Watson

Matthew Garth’s story begins in the fall of 1962, with the shooting of a young woman on Thanksgiving Day. Fueled over the following weeks by his longing for this mysterious woman, Matthew finds himself drawn into a series of confrontations he...

The Alphabet Not Unlike World
Poetry
Katrina Vandenberg

Taking their inspiration from the alphabet, and employing such innovative forms as the ancient ghazal, these poems are both humble and exotic. Highly ambitious and astonishingly beautiful, this collection deciphers the seemingly indecipherable in...

Vandal Love
Fiction
Deni Ellis Béchard

A family curse, a genetic trick resulting from centuries of hardship, causes the Hervé children to be born either giants or runts. In assured and mystically powerful prose, this novel follows generations of the family across North America and...

These haunting and crystalline poems examine the moment when solitude slips into separation, when a person realizes he can barely see the place he set out from, and must make his way back to the present. In this journey, Thoreau’s “border life”...

Wonderful Investigations: Essays, Meditations, Tales
Nonfiction
Dan Beachy-Quick

Touching on the works of Emerson, Thoreau, Proust, and Plato, among others, this collection of nonfiction and fables provides a walking tour of the creative mind. This is a rich investigation of what it means to think, read, write, and learn,...

The Long-Shining Waters
Fiction
Danielle Sosin

Frigid, lethal, and wildly beautiful, Lake Superior is as alluring as it is dangerous. Featuring three women living on its shores in three different centuries, this novel—haunting, rich in historical detail, and universal in its exploration of...

Gaze
Poetry
Christopher Howell

This haunted and haunting collection swings between moments of delicate connection and striking brutality. Shifting between lyric and narrative, these poems explore how our interior and exterior lives are entangled, the past living on inside us...

Black Dog, Black Night
Poetry
Nguyen Do and Paul Hoover
The Blue Plateau
Nonfiction
Mark Tredinnick
Beyond the Station Lies the Sea
Young Readers
Jutta Richter
Nonfiction
Kathleen Moore

Can the love reserved for family and friends be extended to a place? These essays—set on a small island in the Pacific Northwest—beautifully explore the island as a metaphor for the paradoxical connections that bind us despite our apparent...

The Farther Shore
Fiction
Matthew Eck
Sky Bridge
Fiction
Laura Pritchett
Hell's Bottom, Colorado
Fiction
Laura Pritchett
The Tree of the Doves
Nonfiction
Christopher Merrill
The City, Our City
Poetry
Wayne Miller
Justice
Fiction
Larry Watson
Young Readers
Jessica Lee Anderson

Calli has almost everything she could want in life—two loving moms, a good-looking boyfriend, and a best friend who has always been there for support. An only child, Calli is excited when her parents announce that they want to foster a girl her...

The Hole in the Wall
Young Readers
Lisa Rowe Fraustino
Vestments
Fiction
John Reimringer
My Green Manifesto
Nonfiction
David Gessner

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