EKLEIPSIS: THE ABYSS by Tamel Wino is an evocative story collection that explores horrific corruptions of day-to-day reality. Check out what else Andrea Marks-Joseph has to say about this indie author book.
A GATHERING OF BROKEN MIRRORS: Memories of Survivors in New York by Anthony E. Shaw is a charming story collection about belonging, family, and fate in New York City. Check out what Robyn-Lee Samuels of IBR has to say about this Atmosphere Press book.
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.
YOU’RE PRETTY GAY by Drew Pisarra is a transgressive short story collection that takes the reader on a journey away from heteronormative landscape. Check out what Liam Anthony of IBR has to say about this Chaffinch Press book.
ETERNAL NIGHT AT THE NATURE MUSEUM by Tyler Barton is a writhing portraiture of outcasts across the ever-still landscape of small dusty towns in America. Check out what Alexandra Barbush has to say in her review of this Sarabande Books story collection.
THE STORY YOU TELL YOURSELF by Lisa Attanasio is a collection of intuitive literary fiction that examines human connection and disconnection. Check out what Joseph Haeger of IBR has to say about this indie author book.
WHAT WOULD ELVIS THINK? edited by Johnny Lowe is a stunning tribute to Mississippi through the eyes of some of its most talented writers. Check out what Jaylynn Korrell of IBR has to say about this short story anthology.
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 MORBID MUSEUM by James Pack is a dark & inventive look at one of mankind’s greatest fears—death. Check out what Jaylynn Korrell of Independent Book Review has to say in this indie author horror book review.