Poet and short fiction writer Amy E. Casey’s debut novel The Sturgeon’s Heart explores identity through hiding within life’s tricky currents.
Julia Armfield’s Our Wives Under the Sea seamlessly blends mystery, gothic horror, dual narratives, looping time, and multiple genres into an enchanting whole.
Missouri Williams’ ‘The Doloriad’ is a perverse tale of human remnants scratching out a bare survival like a lone pine twisting out of a stony cliff.
In William Gay’s posthumous ‘Fugitives of the Heart’, we find a dark coming-of-age tale of youthful lust tinged with comic relief.
Award-Winning Argentinian Novelist Betina González’s ‘American Delirium’ Climbs and Weaves Like a Vine
In award-winning Argentinian novelist Betina González’s ‘American Delirium’, the storylines tend to flirt with the uncertain borderline demarcating the merely zany from the farcical.
In Carl Neville's latest novel, Eminent Domain, he creates complexities and then shatters them into tiny narrative bits arrayed along a non-linear timeline.