Stunning review for Lidia Yuknavitch’s Thrust: “One of the most ambitious dystopian novels to hit shelves this year.”

Washington Post

Lidia Yuknavitch’s dreamy new novel Thrust delivers a mind-blowing critique of America’s ideals.


Amy Bloom sits down to share her journey after her husband, Brian, chose to die by assisted suicide.

LA Review of Books

Review of Percival Everett‘s The Trees: “an indictment of America’s racial terrorism masquerading as police procedural and slapstick comedy.”

Publishers Weekly

Read up on U.K. Poet Laureate Simon Armitage’s The Owl and the Nightingale, a translation of a medieval English debate poem.

LA Review

Review of Frank Bidart’s Against Silence: “our greatest living poet of the flesh assessing fear of flesh’s end, of desire’s flame dimming to mere flicker.”

New York Times

Donald Antrim’s One Friday In April included on this list of 9 New Books We Recommend This Week.


Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’ The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois and Torrey Peters‘ Detransition, Baby included on The 10 Best Fiction Books of 2021.


Announcing the reveal for the cover of Lidia Yuknavitch’s Thrust, her first major novel since 2017, which will be published in 2022.