DRY LAND by B. Pladek is an exploration of queer love, forestry, and the duty to one’s country and oneself. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say in her book review of the University of Wisconsin Press novel.
HEATHER by John Talisker is a slow-burning, atmospheric, and strangely troubling tale of an extraordinary young girl. Check out what Erin Britton has to say in her book review of this indie literary novel.
KALEIDOSCOPE by Derrick R. Lafayette is a collection of peculiar, mind-bending, and sometimes troubling tales spanning time, space, and genre. Check out what Erin Britton has to say in her book review of this Fictional Cafe Press book.
SQUID SEASON by Maithy Vu is an enchanting, surreal, and whimsical tale of finding new friends and personal discovery. Check out what pine breaks has to say in his book review of this indie literary novel.
CULVER CITY by Brant Vickers is coming of age in magical realism—a story set in both Old and New Hollywood. Check out what Madeline Barbush has to say in her book review of this indie historical novel.
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.
SO MY MOTHER, SHE LIVES IN THE CLOUDS by Christopher D. DiCicco is a magic realist short story collection filled with heart, sound, and all the emotion you could ask for. Check out what Joe Walters has to say in his independent book review.