THIRD MOON PASSING by Rina Olsen is a mystic and legendary journey through rural Korea, full of gods and monsters. Check out what Genevieve Hartman has to say in her book review of this Atmosphere Press novel.
I KEEP MY EXOSKELETONS TO MYSELF by Marisa Crane is an intimate study of a queer widow’s grief, shame, and parenting under an oppressive surveillance state. Check out what Andrea Marks-Joseph has to say in her book review of this Catapult novel.
Rock Gods & Messy Monsters by Diane Hatz is the best kind of absurdism; the kind that wears a veneer of the surreal while having the grisly guts of reality right underneath. Check out what Joshua Bligh has to say in this absurdist book review.