THE LIFE THAT FOLLOWS by David Hartshorn is sentimental and moving—an exceptionally human story of love and loss. Check out what Audrey Davis has to say in her book review of this indie literary novel.
I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT TO SAY, SO I JUST SAID THANKS by David Joseph is a quiet story collection of the quotidian. Check out what Nick Rees Gardner has to say in his book review of this indie short fiction book.
MOVEMENT by James Ashton is a circular novella that oscillates between radicalism and mundanity in an increasingly broken society. Check out what Timothy Thomas has to say in his book review of this indie literary novel.
THE HUMAN ORIGINS OF BEATRICE PORTER AND OTHER ESSENTIAL GHOSTS by Soraya Palmer (Catapult, 2023) is about a traumatized family reckoning with the stories – good and bad, painful and joyful – that have made them who they are.
Soar through decades of internal reckoning, feminism, and life choices with THE POSSIBILITY OF EVERYWHERE by Beth Harkins. Check out what Elizabeth Zender has to say in her book review of this Atmosphere Press novel.
The Miseducation of Obi Ifeanyi by Chinedu Achebe is where personal and political relationships threaten to crack. Check out what Toni Woodruff has to say in their book review of this indie literary novel.
INVITATION TO A HANGING by Karin Rathert is a meditation on the life and death of a lawless town in the waning days of the Wild West. Check out what Erica Ball has to say in her book review of this Atmosphere Press novel.
LITTLE TOY CAR by Gabe Oliver is a coming of age story where the perils of childhood meet the complications of adulthood. Check out what Jaylynn Korrell has to say in her book review of this indie literary novel.