ST. MICHAEL’S POKER & DRINKING CLUB by Ned Randle is a religious satire that transforms into a thought-provoking study on personal growth. Check out what Madeline Barbush has to say about this Regal House Publishing novel.
CELEBRATE PEOPLE’S HISTORY (2nd Edition) edited by Josh MacPhee is a collection of posters dedicated to passionate people who stand up for what they believed in. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press book.
THE SCIENCE OF LOST FUTURES by Ryan Habermeyer weaves through the absurd to tell stories of human conditions and connection. Chest out what Joshua Ryan Bligh has to say about this BOA Editions short story collection.
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NEGRO GIRLS by Camille Acker is a stunning short story collection that puts Black women on center stage and glues its audience to their seats. Check out what Joe Walters of IBR has to say about this Feminist Press title.
HOUSE OF APOLLO by Maxwell Olin Massa is an eccentric dystopian take on the modern Apollo. Check out what Madeline Barbush of Independent Book Review has to say about this novel published by Whiskey Tit.
FATHERS OF EDENVILLE by Corrine Ardoin is an effectual exploration of small-town life. Check out what Samantha Hui has to say about this literary novel from Black Rose Writing in her second IBR review.
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.