THE INEXPLICABLE GREY SPACE WE CALL LOVE by Chuck Augello is a short story collection about people searching for connection, sometimes without even realizing they are. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner of Independent Book Review has to say in his latest review of this Duck Lake Books title.
TIRED PEOPLE SEEING AMERICA by Claire Hopple is a flash fiction collection evoking original and haunting depictions of contemporary alienation. Check out what Nathaniel Drenner has to say about this Dosteoevsky Wannabe title in his first IBR review.
NOT DEAD YET AND OTHER STORIES by Hadley Moore is a literary fiction short story collection about loss and how people are changed by their circumstances. Check out more of what Jaylynn Korrell of Independent Book Review has to say in her review of this Autumn House Press title.
ARID DREAMS by Duanwad Pimwana and translated by Mui Pooposakul deposits you among the triumphs and struggles of working class that is at once foreign and familiar. Check out what Joshua Ryan Bligh has to say about this short story collection from Feminist Press.
Tyler Barton’s THE QUIET PART LOUD is flash fiction at its best, at its quickest, and its most confounding. Check out more of what Sean Alan Cleary has to say about this flash fiction collection from Split Lip Press for his debut review at Independent Book Review.