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An unconventional memoir that speaks to the power of elusiveness. Recommended.

1,000 Coils of Fear

An original, wise, and thought-provoking work probing current issues. Essential reading.

Bitter Orange Tree

Alharthi is an important new voice in world literature, and while Zuhour remains underdeveloped as a character, the novel is worth reading for the insights into Omani culture, particularly with regard to its exploration of family bonds and obligations, specifically women’s plight in those dynamics.

The World as We Knew It: Dispatches from a Changing Climate

These personal testimonies detail the effects of climate change on the writers and their communities now. Concerned readers may be inspired to take action.


A powerful collection; highly recommended.

Rainbow Rainbow

Throughout, Conklin is gracefully multi-note as they reveal the complexities of queer relationships, always allowing their characters to be themselves.

Body Work: The Radical Power of Personal Narrative

Wide-ranging in its theoretical and historical breadth yet intimate in all ways, Febos’s book offers the tools readers need to identify, access, process, and articulate hard-won stories of trauma and of love that their flesh holds.


This Boy We Made: A Memoir of Motherhood, Genetics, and Facing the Unknown

A sensitive look at motherhood and the parenting of an “undiagnosable” child, and what parents pass on, in their genes and their care, to their children.

Every Day the River Changes: Four Weeks Down the Magdalena

This enchanting travelogue will appeal to readers with a love of South America, as well as those interested in a good travel adventure, wherever it leads.

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