Chana Porter’s debut novel is a beautiful, kaleidoscopically odd page-turner that examines human nature, memory, identity, freedom, mortality, grief, and the relationship between past and present, all with a sci-fi twist.
One of our keenest social observers examines the deep historical roots–and untapped possibilities–of our newfound, all-consuming drive to reduce.
In POLITICS IS FOR POWER, Hersh tells the stories of several normal-people-turned-activists and how they became involved in their communities – approaching change on a local level and advocating for political candidates in face-to-face interactions.
Part magical realism, part feminist ars poetica, part history of fashion, part bibliophilic anthem, THE BAUDELAIRE FRACTAL is the long-awaited debut novel by the inimitable Lisa Robertson.
Filled with visceral and engaging prose, this graphic novella offers a nostalgic look at two young misfits who manage to find belonging and heartbreak in each other’s friendship.