OBIT by Victoria Chang compresses the immense grief, emptiness, and the peace and passion of existence into coffin-shaped obituaries. Check out what Yu-Hsuan Wu has to say in this Copper Canyon Press book review.
HALFWAY FROM HOME by Sarah Fawn Montgomery is a collection of lovely lyrical essays on life in a world that’s collapsing. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say in his review of this Split/Lip Press title.
COFFEE, SHOPPING, MURDER, LOVE by Carlos Allende is a chaotic, hilarious, and murder-filled journey through LA and Baja California. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say in her review of this Red Hen Press novel.
JERKS by Sara Lippman is a collection of short fiction that bounces between harmlessly fun, erotic, and oddly cathartic. Check out what Lindsay Crandall of IBR has to say about this Mason Jar Press title.