THE GUITAR PLAYER AND OTHER SONGS OF EXILE by Jo Ann Kiser is a poignant collection of rural short stories where nostalgia runs deep. Check out what Joelene Pynnonen has to say in her review of this short story collection.
SIN EATERS by Caleb Tankersley is about the strange inner lives of unfortunate souls in the American midwest. Check out what Alexandra Barbush has to say in her review of this University of Alaska Press fiction title.
CREOLE CONJURE by Christina Rosso is alluring and mystical, capturing Louisiana in all its mysterious glory. Check out what Alexandria Ducksworth of IBR has to say in her review of this Maudlin House story collection.
PEKOLAH STORIES by Amanda Bales is a short story collection exploring an impoverished Oklahoma town and the human and societal forces that shape life there. Check out what Erica Ball has to say in this indie book review.
BEST MICROFICTION 2021 edited by Meg Pokrass, Amber Sparks, and Gary Fincke is where dark whimsy, magical realism, and countless ghosts live inside. See why Genevieve Hartman of IBR called it a deft and eclectic collection of microfiction.