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In a Land Without Dogs the Cats Learn To Bark

Twenty years in the making, this saga alludes to the romantic work of Lermontov while also doing a great reprise of the jazz scene in Tbilisi. Compelling notes of Keith Gessen, Gary Shteyngart, and Jonathan Safran Foer will resonate for readers keeping up with Soviet absurdities in ex-USSR states.

Nothing Could Be Further from the Truth: Stories

A refreshingly different debut collection from a writer to watch.

Bonnie Jack

Mystery fans will enjoy the twists and turns of this engaging tale about what money can and can’t buy.

Hollywood Eden: Electric Guitars, Fast Cars, and the Myth of the California Paradise

Behind the scenes it wasn’t always fun, fun, fun, but fans of late ’50s and ’60s pop will feel like they’ve caught the perfect wave.



As a Western, there are a few notable missteps here: errors about horse coat coloring, a much-too-long description of cooking gnocchi, and not enough time devoted to actual cow punching or horse breaking. This is best for readers interested in a visceral take on a cowboy reinventing himself.

NDN Coping Mechanisms: Notes from the Field

Not just a poet to watch but one to read now, especially for readers interested in social justice issues--and for those who should know more.


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