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The Second Substance

By Anne Lardeux
Translated by Pablo Strauss
Categories: Fiction

Squatters at a rural gas station try to find freedom and build something new on the ashes of our petrocivilization in this sensual novel.

A community of outsiders takes over an abandoned gas station. ...

A Suitable Companion for the End of Your Life

By Robert McGill
Categories: Fiction

A bold and absurd new take on the dystopian plague novel, where people are treated like IKEA furniture

Distraught and hopeless, an eighteen-year-old distance runner, Regan, decides to end her life. And ...

What You Won’t Do For Love: A Conversation

What if we could love the planet as much as we love one another?

"Warm, wise, and overflowing with generosity, this is a love story so epic it embraces all of creation. Yet another reminder of how blessed ...

Rooms

From LAMBDA Literary Award winner Sina Queyras, Rooms offers a peek into the defining spaces a young queer writer moved through as they found their way from a life of chaos to a life of the mind

Thirty ...

The Scent of Light

By Kristjana Gunnars
Introduction by Kazim Ali
Categories: Fiction

Kazim Ali introduces five autofiction novellas by Kristjana Gunnars—available in the U.S. for the first time, in a single, handsome volume

Between the late eighties and late nineties, Kristjana Gunnars ...

Boat

By Lisa Robertson
Categories: Poetry

From the author of The Baudelaire Fractal, a poetry classic, with new work

In 2004, boldly original poet Lisa Robertson published a chapbook, Rousseau’s Boat, poems culled from years of notebooks that ...

Whitemud Walking

By Matthew James Weigel
Categories: Poetry

An Indigenous resistance historiography, poetry that interrogates the colonial violence of the archive

Whitemud Walking is about the land Matthew Weigel was born on and the institutions that occupy that ...

After Beowulf

By Nicole Markotic
Categories: Poetry

hwæt, another Beowulf translation? Not exactly…

Welcome to Denmark’s Heorot Hall, where King Hrothgar invites to his banquet table everyone but Grendel, Saxon’s cradle-made monster. Dissing this ...

Heady Bloom

By Andrew Faulkner
Categories: Poetry

A buddy-cop dramedy starring a bottle of Advil and a headache that won’t quit

Imagine you’re standing in a room, and someone on the other side of the door won’t stop knocking – ever. Welcome to ...

The Bear Woman

By Karolina Ramqvist
Translated by Saskia Vogel
Categories: Fiction

A writer’s obsession with the story of Marguerite de la Rocque leads her to question how women’s stories have been told, and how she will tell her own.

Blending autofiction and the essay, The Bear ...