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How To Turn into a Bird

The escapist scenario may remind readers of Italo Calvino’s The Baron in the Trees, and the theme of the value and place of nonconformity in today’s society will ring true.

Singer Distance

A compelling bildungsroman, set in a fictional past, that examines the interplay of obsession and personal relationships and reads like Jaroslav Kalfar’s Spaceman of Bohemia meets Mary Doria Russell’s The Sparrow in its intersection of alternate space history, alien life, and singing.

A Pros and Cons List for Strong Feelings

The art style is a little unconventional, but readers will likely be drawn in by the poignant, yet humorous tale.

When They Tell You To Be Good

Shakur delivers an evocative, intimate, and also analytical exploration of self and various political landscapes. This beautifully written memoir is an absolute must-read.

Night of the Living Rez

Talty’s debut story collection is a wonderfully understated work with sneaky emotional force, anchored by a memorable main character and the author’s keen understanding of childhoods that have been marked by instability.

All the Names Given

A fluidly written understanding of self, history, and oppression from a fast-rising poet.

My Darling from the Lions

Several poems here catch the poet asleep, her posture expressing the abandon that characterizes the easy flow of her language. But there’s pain here, and the prickly wit can’t be denied. For most readers.

What Storm, What Thunder

A highly recommended account of a terrible tragedy that also illuminates the deep interconnectedness of Haitian society.

Unsettled Ground

A gripping, unsettling narrative that ultimately offers a journey of resilience and hope, with unforgettable results.

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