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Excavation: A Memoir
Excavation: A Memoir
by Wendy C. Ortiz
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Wendy C. Ortiz was an only child and a bookish, insecure girl living with alcoholic parents in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Her relationship with a charming and deeply flawed private school teacher fifteen... (read more)

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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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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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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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The Best of Intentions: The Avow Anthology (2nd Ed.)
The Best of Intentions: The Avow Anthology (2nd Ed.)
by Keith Rosson
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In the format of a graphic novel and using journalism as a narrative, the story of the 2001 Cincinnati riots—the largest urban unrest since the 1992 Los Angeles riots—is charted in this visual history. The book traces the riot's... (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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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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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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The End Is the Beginning
The End Is the Beginning
by Matt Briggs
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In the end, I had seen the movies. I had read the books. I had dreamed of this moment, often. In the end, The Plague of Fur began, as such things do, with a faint smudge of peach fuzz. The fur, once invented, contained the capacity to grow and spread... (read more)

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The Lowbrow Reader Reader
The Lowbrow Reader Reader
by Jay Ruttenberg
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This collection gathers together the best writing and drawings from the first eight issues of the Lowbrow Reader, a lushly illustrated comedy journal published in New York since 2001, along with brand new material. The book features bizarre encounters... (read more)

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The Show That Smells (Little House on the Bowery)
The Show That Smells (Little House on the Bowery)
by Derek Mccormack
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“Derek McCormack has written a mini-masterpiece that keeps swelling with invention long after you’ve put it down.”—Guy Maddin, filmmaker “A hilarious, strange and altogether ghoulish little freak show of a book . . . A book... (read more)

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Wee Hour Martyrdom
Wee Hour Martyrdom
by Jason Tandon
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Poetry. Charles Simic has said of the short poem, "Less is always more.... It's about all and everything, the metaphysics of a few words surrounded by much silence." In this collection, Tandon takes up this dictum, juxtaposing the absurd of the everyday... (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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We'll Never Have Paris: Greatest Hits
We'll Never Have Paris: Greatest Hits
by Andria Alefhi
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This collection of short stories brings together the best of the twice-yearly zine Well Never Have Paris and features nonfiction writing by burgeoning authors. Each short story featured in the collection focuses on the theme of things which were ill... (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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Shorts Are Wrong
Shorts Are Wrong
by Mike Topp
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Mike Topp's irreducible art consists partly of recycling expandable parts of speech and revealing their unused genius. Other parts are fixed, like the sly orthography. Topp is the Andy Warhol and Ralph Nader of literature. — Andrei... (read more)

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Prize Winners
Prize Winners
by Ryan W Bradley
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A collection of quirks, and homages, Bradley's debut offers 18 short punches to the gut. The stories will surprise and humor you, maybe even make you gasp a little. They are stories not for the faint of heart... or loins.... (read more)

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