THE INEXPLICABLE GREY SPACE WE CALL LOVE by Chuck Augello is a short story collection about people searching for connection, sometimes without even realizing they are. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner of Independent Book Review has to say in his latest review of this Duck Lake Books title.
A HISTORY OF MY BRIEF BODY by Billy-Ray Belcourt is a masterfully crafted essay collection about many things, including LGBTQ+ and Native American studies. Check out what Liam Anthony of IBR has to say in his review of this Two Dollar Radio title.
NOT HUMAN ENOUGH FOR THE CENSUS by Erik Fuhrer is a collection of poems and images exploring how humans fit into the greater nature of existence. Check out what Joseph Edwin Haeger thinks about it in his book review of this Vegetarian Alcoholic Press title.
PEOPLE I’VE MET FROM THE INTERNET by Stephen van Dyck is a compulsive, nuanced, and intelligent book that documents just how much the internet has defined and redefined our relationships. Check out what Liam Anthony has to say about this Ricochet Editions memoir.