A hilarious and satirical debut novel exploring religious hypocrisy in an Irish secondary school.
Catalog Tag: debut
Debut novelist Larson presents the first book in a literary-noir series featuring an obsessive-compulsive protagonist in a ravaged New York City.
The fourth installment and first female author in Dennis Cooper’s groundbreaking Little House on the Bowery series.
The Fuck-Up is a thriller with a literary soul set in the pre-chic Lower East Side.
A phenomenal debut novella to further establish the literary excellence of Dennis Cooper’s Little House on the Bowery series.
An African American man confronts a heart of darkness when his family moves from Los Angeles to a small town in Norway.
Dennis Cooper unveils a mesmerizing debut story collection for his Little House on the Bowery fiction series.
An enchanting first novel exploring a fractured utopian community on the Texas/Mexico border at the turn of the twentieth century.
A powerful debut novel illuminating how adoptees struggle to recapture their personal histories and cultural legacy, part of Akashic’s Open Lens imprint.
An authentic and riveting hip-hop memoir in the Joan Didion tradition from Bronx native Lewis.
The debut novella by Aaron Petrovich and first release from Hotel St. George Press.
Since You Ask is about the origins of sexual compulsion, and one young woman’s attempts to be free.
The novel that’s changing the way we define “family.” The Osbournes, Sopranos, and Eminem are only “some of the parts” that make up the whole story of the new American family.
A debut novel from the art-rock pioneer and frontman of Primus, Les Claypool.
Sparrow L. Patterson’s debut novel follows a nineteen-year-old bisexual girl on her whirlwind journey of sexual escapades, drug-induced hallucinations, shoplifting sprees, and other criminal behavior.
A gorgeously written and highly entertaining debut novel about a small island’s struggle for independence from Britain.
A powerful debut historical novel to launch a new imprint, Kaylie Jones Books, curated by acclaimed author Kaylie Jones.
A deeply engaging and often hilarious debut novel about a morality clash in an insular Chicago neighborhood.