To celebrate the release of his new novel South Haven, we’re pleased to feature author Hirsh Sawhney’s story from New Jersey Noir, edited by Joyce Carol Oates.
May 2016 News & Features
Suitcase City by Sterling Watson has been selected for a Kindle Daily Deal! Order the Suitcase City e-book on Friday, May 27, 2016, for only $0.99, exclusively on Amazon.
To celebrate the release of The Book of Harlan, we asked author Bernice L. McFadden for her top 5 historical novels.
To celebrate the release of Native Believer — the long-awaited and darkly comic debut novel from author Ali Eteraz — we’re pleased to feature a statement from the author on how the book serves as a reflection of modern America.
There is a boy with dark brown hair . . .
This is what I do. I take Mickey over to Nemo’s. It’s right across the river from the track. Still a pain in the ass though. Rillito was flooded, monsoons and all . . .
He stamped the snow off his boots, brushed it off the shoulders of his jacket, and hit his Stetson against his thigh, leaving small puddles where the snow hit the warm floor and melted. He looked around the bar and saw the only empty stool next to the guy that had been sitting in the row ahead of him on the bus. He took the seat . . .
Next Wed., 5/25, join us for an evening of Akashic All-Stars at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn!
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- Dance of the Jakaranda
- Mr. Loverman
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- The Warmest December
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