The much-anticipated sequel to Barbara J. Taylor’s best-selling debut novel, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night.
Catalog Tag: literary fiction
A Jamaican father and his adult son travel across the island together in a touching and humorous novel that explores family reconciliation.
A dramatic, playful, brutal, sweeping, and always entertaining reimagining of New York City history, presaging today’s political tyranny.
*While supplies last, books ordered through the website will be SIGNED by Arthur Nersesian!
Fifteen-year-old Ian Daly’s moral universe is turned upside down when, at his father’s funeral, he discovers that his father had two secret families.
A fierce, intelligent, and often hilarious novel about a young African American attorney who struggles to keep his cool in the personally and politically turbulent ’90s.
American-born artist Chris is forced to reconsider his conception of family during a visit to his mother’s Caribbean homeland.
A Haitian immigrant in the US tries to stay emotionally afloat after the 2010 Haitian earthquake rips her family apart.
A groundbreaking, hilarious novel about two elder gay Caribbean men coming to terms with being closeted in a changing world.
A hilarious and poignant novel about growing up, buying in, selling out, and the death of irony.
While supplies last, books ordered through the website will have bookplates SIGNED by Michael Zadoorian!
Informed by firsthand experience on the battlefronts of Iraq and Syria, Abdoh captures the horror, confusion, and absurdity of combat from a seldom-glimpsed perspective that expands our understanding of the war novel.
*While supplies last, books ordered through the website will include a bookplate SIGNED by author Salar Abdoh!
A novel reminiscent of the works of Herman Koch and Rachel Cusk, in which a lesbian couple attempts to escape the secrets of their pasts.
A haunting, epic Caribbean love story, reminiscent of García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera.
Topical and timely, Booker Prize–winning author Ben Okri’s new collection of short stories blurs parallel realities and walks the line between darkness and magic.
The debut title in a new city-based anthology series featuring all-new stories with speculative, sci-fi, and paranormal themes—each using distinct neighborhood settings as a launching pad.
With echoes of Toni Morrison’s Beloved, Yejidé’s novel explores a forgotten quadrant of Washington, DC, and the ghosts that haunt it.
Antislavery agitation is rocking Utica in 1835 when a young bride discovers an enslaved family hiding in her shed, setting in motion the exhumation of long-buried family secrets.
Now available for preorder. All preorders will ship on or before July 6, 2021.