THE FRIENDS OF ALLAN RENNER by Dave J. Andrae is a humorous literary novel that asks the question what do struggling artists want, and where are they going? Check out what Tucker Lieberman of IBR has to say about this indie author novel.
BECAUSE THE SKY IS A THOUSAND SOFT HURTS by Elizabeth Kirschner is a short story collection where vulnerability collides with trauma on an artful linguistic landscape. Check out what Joe Walters has to say about this Atmosphere Press title.
THE DARK HEART OF EVERY WILD THING by Joseph Fasano is a beautiful and brutal examination of intimacy, grief, and man’s relationship with nature. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner has to say in his review of this Platypus Press novel.
MOTHERS OF PINE WAY by Corrine Ardoin is a poignant and complex literary novel of small-town life and mothers’ impact on their children. Check out what Samantha Hui of IBR has to say about this Black Rose Writing novel.
NEVER HAVE I EVER by Isabel Yap is a debut short story collection of modern magic, young love, and Filipino folklore. Check out what Allison Manley has to say about this Small Beer Press book in her first review for IBR.
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.
THE WASTELAND by Harper Jameson is a historical novel based on the extraordinary & troublesome life of poet T.S. Eliot. Check out what Liam Anthony of IBR has to say in his book review of this Level 4 Press title.
JESUS THE TIME TRAVELLER by Roberta-Leigh Bodd is a provocative inquiry into life’s meaning or lack thereof—especially when God is silent. Check out what Tucker Lieberman has to say about this Ananke Press novel.