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Married But Looking
Married But Looking
by Daniel Libman
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Fiction. Unabashedly funny—at turns dirty, revolting, tender and sarcastic—Daniel S. Libman's stories bring us a new style that is part inner dialogue, part comic monologue—Grace Paley meets Charles Bukowski. Armed with a... (read more)

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Ghost Wife
Ghost Wife
by Suzanne Burns
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Night Bomb is teaming up with Suzanne Burns again, this time for a full-length collection of new poems. Ghost Wife is as much a song cycle as a work of verse, with gravity and rich language flowing through the whole conceit. It's at once as solid and... (read more)

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Jason Breedlove 1065131
Jason Breedlove 1065131
by Jason Breedlove
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The book covers from 1992-2010. Diagnosed with Klinefelter's Syndrome, alcoholism, meth use, violent crime and 3 prison sentences. Eighteen years later I'm clean and sober and I remain involved with the legal system until November 2012 (on parole).... (read more)

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World Takes: Stories Designed to Amuse
World Takes: Stories Designed to Amuse
by Timmy Waldron
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Timmy Waldron takes readers on a wild ride through American's interior landscape in his debut short story collection World Takes. Waldron's sardonic, quirky wit introduces you to a high school loser literally branded for life, a fiercely dedicated... (read more)

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You Are Make Very Important Bathtime
You Are Make Very Important Bathtime
by David Moscovich
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Fiction. YOU ARE MAKE VERY IMPORTANT BATHTIME is about an expatriate in a foreign land and his failure to navigate the awkward seas of extreme culture clash. Set in Southern Japan, it is a celebration of the beauty of misunderstanding and the inadvertent... (read more)

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Motherlunge
Motherlunge
by Kirstin Scott
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Fiction. MOTHERLUNGE is an eloquent and irreverent debut novel about first sex, true love, and chronic sibling rivalry; it's about the deepest fear of young (and not-so-young) adulthood: the fear of inheriting a disappointing life. It's motherly advice... (read more)

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Tag
Tag
by Jay Carlson
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"A koanesque romp in style and narrative that starts before you begin. I've never had to decide *how* to read a book. Only whether or not to read it. Carlson excels in character development, which makes the center hold, notwithstanding a blatant post... (read more)

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Shine
Shine
by Donnelle Mcgee
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Fiction. LGBT Studies. Told in vignettes and through multiple viewpoints, SHINE is the story of a young hustler who navigates streets, sex, and family, only to discover the light of the dark can be cruel...."SHINE is tenderness incarnate. All the love... (read more)

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Mellow Actions
Mellow Actions
by Brandon Downing
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Brandon Downing, whose Lake Antiquity beguilingly combined painstaking full-color collage with painstaking found poetry and painstaking visual bravado, returns with this collection of new poems, his fourth. You'll be laughing about flotsam, you'll be... (read more)

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Black Hole Blues
Black Hole Blues
by Patrick Wensink
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J. Claude Caruthers is country music's biggest star and Kenny Rogers' worst nightmare.Now, J. Claude hasn't slept for weeks. His insomnia comes courtesy of his quest to complete Nashville's most ambitious project: Caruthers is writing a love song for... (read more)

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Tina
Tina
by Peter Davis
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"Who is Tina?" we asked. "There is, was or was not this girl or this idea called Tina and these are poems regarding that murky situation," Peter said. With his previous two books, Davis obsessed about mustaches and poetry (among other things... (read more)

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The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars
The Boy Who Killed Caterpillars
by Joshua Kornreich
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Fiction. In a language all his own, a language driven by stutterance and repetition, Joshua Kornreich evokes and seduces the reader into a boyhood mythography where things are not what they always seem to be. At the center of this world stands Kornreich... (read more)

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Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake
Take Care Fake Bear Torque Cake
by Heidi Lynn Staples
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“The book is freaky great. Hard-assed charm, brutal, elegant, funny. This memoir of a dark Florida childhood is unsentimentalized by cartoon drawings (cute and ruthless) and the substitution of one weird reverberating phrase for anything and everything... (read more)

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Monkeybicycle 7
Monkeybicycle 7
by Steven Seighman
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The cover of Monkeybicycle7 features a sinuous, self-intersecting tangle of red-brown smoke coiling up the left edge of an otherwise blank white field, an image as classily textured as a MacBook desktop background. It is totally at odds with the tawdry... (read more)

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Without Rain There Can Be No Rainbows
Without Rain There Can Be No Rainbows
by Ryan Chin
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New Zealand is home to wave-filled coastlines, meandering trout streams, and the intense Maori culture. For Ryan, an elementary school teacher, it's also a world where animals are loved and lost and a brother is gone but never forgotten. For years Ryan... (read more)

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Mistake
Mistake
by Meredith Stricker
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“Mistake is a brilliant book about reading, particularly about reading events that could be construed as accident or chance. Evolution, environmental disaster: are they error or fate or choice? Stricker ingeniously poses this question through... (read more)

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Get Out As Early As You Can
Get Out As Early As You Can
by Barry Graham
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"Graham's stories are peopled with the desperate and the mad... a master." - The Times (London)... (read more)

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A Superintendent's Eyes
A Superintendent's Eyes
by Steve Dalachinsky
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A Superintendent's Eyes is a cycle of poems/prose dealing with the vicissitudes of being a building super back in the days when NYC streets were still mean; tossing out junkies, mopping the hallways, bagging garbage, listening to tenant complaints (both... (read more)

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An Old Junker: A Senior Represents
An Old Junker: A Senior Represents
by Howard Junker
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Fiction. Literary Nonfiction. AN OLD JUNKER is a rambling multi-genre first book—a blognovel, a proto-memoir, a novel of ideas, a coming-of-age narrative, a meta-parody whose rambling plot savages Dave Eggers and Jonathan Franzen and Richard... (read more)

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The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan
The Invented Life of Kitty Duncan
by Kat Meads
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Fiction. "Hang onto your hats, ladies and gents, you're about to meet some folks you won't soon forget, even if you want to. Kat Meads's hilarious and hair-raising tale of Kitty Duncan's reckless and willful descent into perdition is an irresistible one.... (read more)

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