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In Please Be Advised, a work that calls to mind Joshua Ferriss Then We Came to the End and TVs The Office, Christine Sneed comically explores office culture in the twenty-first century.
In her latest novel, The Deceptions, Jill Bialosky (History of a Suicide: My Sisters Unfinished Life) explores the cost of desire with an unnamed female protagonist on the quest for freedom and hope.
From an interview that follows Dass new collection of poetry, Exile Poems: In the Labyrinth of Homesickness, the writer says, I am a Bengali and Bangladeshi first. Some people want to define me by my religion, but I want to be known by my culture, which is Bengali.
In You are Beautiful and You are Alone, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike sets as her subject the untangling of the puzzle that is Nico.
The son of Taiwanese immigrants, Hsu is the one to tell us his story of friendship, identity building, grief, and his search for solace after tragedy, by taking us back then to his teenage years in the Bay Area in the nineties.
Rene Ricards poems here, despite dating from the 1980s, encompass much of his life in all its brilliance, disordering of the senses, self-confidence, and self-immolation.