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As a boutique press, Two Dollar Radio publishes bold works of literary merit, each book,
individually and collectively, providing a sonic progression that we believe to be too loud to ignore.

    • Triangulum (PREORDER) QUICK VIEW Triangulum (PREORDER) a novel by
      Masande Ntshanga

      "Masande Ntshanga is a wildly talented writer. Get in on his brilliance now so you can claim you always knew he'd be great."
      —Victor LaValle

      An ambitious, often philosophical and genre-bending novel that covers a period of over 40 years in South Africa’s recent past and near future — starting from the collapse of the apartheid homeland system in the early 1990s, to the economic corrosion of the 2010s, and on to the looming, large-scale ecological disasters of the 2040s. Coming Soon!

      Triangulum (PREORDER)

      a novel by
      Masande Ntshanga


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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    • The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish (PREORDER) QUICK VIEW The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish (PREORDER) a novel by
      Katya Apekina

      "Apekina’s inventiveness with structure and sentence marks the book’s every page, and the result is a propulsive and electrifying look at how family—and art—can both break people and put them back together again. A dark and unforgettable first book.”
      Kirkus Reviews, starred review

      Moving through a selection of first-person accounts and written with a sinister sense of humor, The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish powerfully captures the quiet torment of two sisters craving the attention of a parent they can’t, and shouldn’t, have to themselves. Coming Soon!

      The Deeper the Water the Uglier the Fish (PREORDER)

      a novel by
      Katya Apekina


      $ 12.74 $ 16.99
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    • Away! Away! (PREORDER) QUICK VIEW Away! Away! (PREORDER) a novel by
      Jana Beňová

      "Fans of inward-looking postmodernists like Clarice Lispector will find much to admire here."
      NPR

      Winner of the European Union Prize for Literature, Away! Away! is a shimmering mosaic examining human relationships, from Slovakia's most acclaimed novelist. Coming Soon!

      Away! Away! (PREORDER)

      a novel by
      Jana Beňová


      $ 11.25 $ 14.99
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    • The Blurry Years QUICK VIEW The Blurry Years a novel by
      Eleanor Kriseman

      "Assured and affecting... Kriseman’s is a new voice to celebrate."
      —Publishers Weekly

      A powerful and unorthodox coming-of-age story from an assured new literary voice, featuring a stirringly twisted mother-daughter relationship, set against the sleazy, vividly-drawn backdrop of late-seventies and early-eighties Florida.

      The Blurry Years

      a novel by
      Eleanor Kriseman


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      The Blurry Years is a powerful and unorthodox coming-of-age story from an assured new literary voice, featuring a stirringly twisted mother-daughter relationship, set against the sleazy, vividly-drawn backdrop of late-seventies and early-eighties Florida.
      Callie—who ages from six to eighteen over the course of the book—leads a scattered childhood, moving from cars to strangers’ houses to the sand-dusted apartments of the tourist towns that litter the Florida coastline.
      Callie’s is a story about what it’s like to grow up too fast and absorb too much, to watch adults behaving badly; what it’s like to be simultaneously in thrall to and terrified of the mother who is the only family you've ever known, who moves you from town to town to leave her own mistakes behind.
      With precision and poetry, Kriseman's moving tale of a young girl struggling to find her way in the world is potent, and, ultimately, triumphant.

    • The Underneath QUICK VIEW The Underneath a novel by
      Melanie Finn

      "Finn is a remarkably confident and supple storyteller."
      New York Times

      With the assurance and grace of her acclaimed novel The Gloaming—which earned her comparisons to Patricia Highsmith—Melanie Finn returns with a precisely layered and tense new literary thriller that travels from the Northeast Kingdom to remote Africa.

      The Underneath

      a novel by
      Melanie Finn


      $ 19.50 $ 26.00
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      With the assurance and grace of her acclaimed novel The Gloaming—which earned her comparisons to Patricia Highsmith—Melanie Finn returns with a precisely layered and tense new literary thriller.

      The Underneath follows Kay Ward, a former journalist struggling with the constraints of motherhood. Along with her husband and two children, she rents a quaint Vermont farmhouse for the summer. The idea is to disconnect from their work-based lifestyle—that had her doggedly pursuing a genocidal leader of child soldiers known as General Christmas, even through Kay's pregnancy and the birth of their second child—in an effort to repair their shaky marriage.

      It isn't long before Kay's husband is called away and she discovers a mysterious crawlspace in the rental with unsettling writing etched into the wall. Alongside some of the house's other curiosities and local sleuthing, Kay is led to believe that something terrible may have happened to the home's owners.

      Kay's investigation leads her to a local logger, Ben Comeau, a man beset with his own complicated and violent past. A product of the foster system and life-long resident of the Northeast Kingdom, Ben struggles to overcome his situation, and to help an abused child whose addict mother is too incapacitated to care about the boy's plight.

      The Underneath is an intelligent and considerate exploration of violence—both personal and social—and whether violence may ever be justified.

    • Palaces QUICK VIEW Palaces a novel by
      Simon Jacobs

      "Palaces is robust, both current and clairvoyant, and answers the question of what happens when our deepest fantasies become reality. With a pitch-perfect portrayal of the punk scene and idiosyncratic, meaty characters, this is a wonderful novel that takes no prisoners."
      Foreword Reviews, starred review

      While exercising precision and a cool detachment, Simon Jacobs has crafted a surreal and spellbinding first novel of horror and intrigue.

      Palaces

      a novel by
      Simon Jacobs


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    • They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us QUICK VIEW They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us a collection of essays by
      Hanif Abdurraqib

      "Funny, painful, precise, desperate, and loving throughout. Not a day has sounded the same since I read him."
      —Greil Marcus, Village Voice

      In this collection of essays, Hanif Abdurraqib, acclaimed poet and cultural critic, grapples with a storm cloud of confounding emotions with prose that is immediate, personal, poetic, sometimes funny and always deeply touching.

      They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us

      a collection of essays by
      Hanif Abdurraqib


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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      *Best Books of 2017 —NPR, BuzzfeedPaste MagazineEsquireChicago Tribune, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, CBC, Stereogum, National Post, Entropy, Heavy, Book Riot, Chicago Review of BooksThe Los Angeles ReviewMichigan Daily
      *American Booksellers Association (ABA) 'December 2017 Indie Next List Great Reads'
      *Midwest Indie Bestseller

      In an age of confusion, fear, and loss, Hanif Abdurraqib's is a voice that matters. Whether he's attending a Bruce Springsteen concert the day after visiting Michael Brown's grave, or discussing public displays of affection at a Carly Rae Jepsen show, he writes with a poignancy and magnetism that resonates profoundly. In the wake of the nightclub attacks in Paris, he recalls how he sought refuge as a teenager in music, at shows, and wonders whether the next generation of young Muslims will not be afforded that opportunity now. While discussing the everyday threat to the lives of black Americans, Abdurraqib recounts the first time he was ordered to the ground by police officers: for attempting to enter his own car. In essays that have been published by the New York Times, MTV, and Pitchfork, among others—along with original, previously unreleased essays—Abdurraqib uses music and culture as a lens through which to view our world, so that we might better understand ourselves, and in so doing proves himself a bellwether for our times.

    • White Dialogues QUICK VIEW White Dialogues a story collection by
      Bennett Sims

      “Anyone who admires such pyrotechnics of language will find 21st-century echoes of Edgar Allan Poe in Sims’s portraits of paranoia and delusion, with their zodiacal narrowing and the maddening tungsten spin of their narratives.”
      New York Times Book Review

      The debut collection of phantasmagorical stories from award-winning novelist, Bennett Sims.

      White Dialogues

      a story collection by
      Bennett Sims


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      *Winner of the Rome Prize for Literature 2018-19

      With all the brilliance, bravado, and wit of his award-winning debut, A Questionable Shape, Bennett Sims returns with an equally ambitious and wide-ranging collection of stories.

      A house-sitter alone in a cabin in the woods comes to suspect that the cabin may need to be “unghosted.” A raconteur watches as his personal story is rewritten on an episode of This American Life. And in the collection’s title story, a Hitchcock scholar sitting in on a Vertigo lecture is gradually driven mad by his own theory of cinema.

      In these eleven stories, Sims moves from slow-burn psychological horror to playful comedy, bringing us into the minds of people who are haunted by their environments, obsessions, and doubts. Told in electric, insightful prose, White Dialogues is a profound exploration of the way we uncover meaning in a complex, and sometimes terrifying, world. It showcases Sims’s rare talent and confirms his reputation as one of the most exciting young writers at work today.

    • Found Audio QUICK VIEW Found Audio a novel by
      N.J. Campbell

      "Amid the static of contemporary literature can be heard blips of fiction-future in N.J. Campbell’s defiantly bold Found Audio."
      —Steve Erickson

      For the first time ever, Found Audio presents a complete transcription of the unsettling audio recordings of a mysterious unnamed adventure journalist and his decades-long pursuit of the Borgesian "City of Dreams," alongside analysis from audio expert, Amrapali Anna Singh.

      Found Audio

      a novel by
      N.J. Campbell


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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    • Seeing People Off QUICK VIEW Seeing People Off a novel by
      Jana Beňová

      "A fascinating novel. Fans of inward-looking postmodernists like Clarice Lispector will find much to admire here."
      —NPR

      Winner of the European Union Prize for Literature, Seeing People Off is the quirky, radical English-language by Slovakia's most acclaimed novelist.

      Seeing People Off

      a novel by
      Jana Beňová


      $ 11.25 $ 14.99
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    • The Drop Edge of Yonder QUICK VIEW The Drop Edge of Yonder a novel by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer

      "The most hallucinogenic western you'll ever catch in the movie house of your mind's eye."
      Bookforum

      Rudolph Wurlitzer’s first novel in nearly 25 years is an epic adventure that explores the truth and temptations of the American myth.

      The Drop Edge of Yonder

      a novel by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer


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    • The Vine That Ate the South QUICK VIEW The Vine That Ate the South a novel by
      J.D. Wilkes

      "It's a relentlessly fun novel, the literary equivalent of a country-punk album that grabs you and refuses to let go... undeniably one of the smartest, most original Southern Gothic novels to come along in years."
      —NPR

      The Vine That Ate the South announces J.D. Wilkes as an accomplished storyteller on a surreal, Homeric voyage that strikes at the very heart of American mythology.

      The Vine That Ate the South

      a novel by
      J.D. Wilkes


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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    • Sirens QUICK VIEW Sirens a memoir by
      Joshua Mohr

      "Raw-edged and whippet-thin... Mohr’s prose is lean and scrappy—a featherweight boxer that packs a punch."
      Los Angeles Times

      With the vulnerability and grit for which he's praised, Mohr returns with a harrowing chronicle of substance abuse and relapse.

      Sirens

      a memoir by
      Joshua Mohr


      $ 8.99 $ 9.99
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    • The Gloaming QUICK VIEW The Gloaming a novel by
      Melanie Finn

      "Deeply satisfying. Finn is a remarkably confident and supple storyteller. [The Gloaming] deserves major attention."
      New York Times

      Shortlisted for The Guardian's 'Not the Booker Prize,' The Gloaming is a compelling, adventurous novel of consequences.

      The Gloaming

      a novel by
      Melanie Finn


      $ 12.75 $ 16.99
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    • The Incantations of Daniel Johnston QUICK VIEW The Incantations of Daniel Johnston a graphic novel by
      Ricardo Cavolo & Scott McClanahan

      "Something wholly unexpected, grotesque, and poignant."
      The FADER

      Renowned artist Ricardo Cavolo and Scott McClanahan combine talents in a dazzling, eye-popping biography of musician and artist Daniel Johnston.

      The Incantations of Daniel Johnston

      a graphic novel by
      Ricardo Cavolo & Scott McClanahan


      $ 13.50 $ 17.50
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    • The Reactive QUICK VIEW The Reactive a novel by
      Masande Ntshanga

      "A searing, gorgeously written account of life, love, illness, and death in South Africa."
      Poets & Writers

      Heralded in the author's native South Africa as "the hottest novel of the year," The Reactive is a clear-eyed and compassionate depiction of a young HIV+ man grappling with the sudden death of his younger brother.

      The Reactive

      a novel by
      Masande Ntshanga


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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    • Square Wave QUICK VIEW Square Wave a novel by
      Mark de Silva

      "Compelling and horrifying."
      Chicago Tribune

      A grand novel of ideas and compelling crime mystery, about security states past and present, weather modification, and imperial influences.

      Square Wave

      a novel by
      Mark de Silva


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      Carl Stagg, a writer researching imperial power struggles in 17th century Sri Lanka, ekes out a living as a watchman in a factionalized America where confidence in democracy has eroded. Along his nightly patrol, Stagg finds a beaten prostitute, one in a series of monstrous attacks. Suspicious of his supervisor’s intentions, Stagg seeks the truth with a fellow part-time watchman, Ravan, who hails from a family developing storm-dispersal technologies jointly funded by the Indian and American governments.

      The watchmen’s discoveries put a troubling complexion on Stagg’s research, giving it new shape and impetus, just as the weather modification project begins to appear less about dispersing storms than weaponizing them.

      By gracefully weaving a study of the psychological effects of a militarized state upon its citizenry with topics as diverse as microtonal music and cloud physics, Square Wave signals the triumphant arrival of a young writer certain to be considered one of the most ambitious and intelligent of his generation.

    • Not Dark Yet QUICK VIEW Not Dark Yet a novel by
      Berit Ellingsen

      "[Ellingsen] is just starting what promises to be a major career, but already giving readers a unique and fascinating perspective."
      —Jeff VanderMeer

      A rich character-driven drama, addressing questions of personal morals and societal ethics, set on the cusp of a self-inflicted apocalypse.

      Not Dark Yet

      a novel by
      Berit Ellingsen


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    • The Glacier QUICK VIEW The Glacier a novel by
      Jeff Wood

      "One of the most indelible and visionary movies you've ever seen." —Jon Raymond
      A brilliant and visceral cinematic novel about authenticity and the American condition.

      The Glacier

      a novel by
      Jeff Wood


      $ 8.99 $ 10.99
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    • Haints Stay QUICK VIEW Haints Stay a novel by
      Colin Winnette

      "A success... Haints Stay turns the Western on its ear." —Washington Post
      An imaginative, acid western from a rising star in the indie lit world.

      Haints Stay

      a novel by
      Colin Winnette


      $ 11.99 $ 15.99
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    • The Only Ones QUICK VIEW The Only Ones a novel by
      Carola Dibbell

      "Breathtaking. [Dibbell has] delivered a debut novel on par with some of the best speculative fiction of the past 30 years." —NPR
      An edgy, intimate portrait of a mother and daughter in a post-pandemic world.

      The Only Ones

      a novel by
      Carola Dibbell


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    • Binary Star QUICK VIEW Binary Star a novel by
      Sarah Gerard

      "Rhythmic, hallucinatory, yet vivid as crystal."
      —NPR

      An intense, elegiac portrait of young lovers as they battle personal afflictions.

      Binary Star

      a novel by
      Sarah Gerard


      $ 12.00 $ 16.00
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      *Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist.
      *Best Books of 2015
      —NPR,Vanity Fair
      *Best Fiction of 2015
      —BuzzFeed
      *Best Independent Press Books 2015
      —Flavorwire
      *Favorite Novels 2015
      —Largehearted Boy

      The language of the stars is the language of the body. Like a star, the anorexic burns fuel that isn't replenished; she is held together by her own gravity.
      With luminous, lyrical prose, Binary Star is an impassioned account of a young woman struggling with anorexia and her long-distance, alcoholic boyfriend. On a road-trip circumnavigating the United States, they stumble into a book on veganarchism, and believe they've found a direction.
      Binary Star is an intense, fast-moving saga of two young lovers and the culture that keeps them sick (or at least inundated with quick-fix solutions); a society that sells diet pills, sleeping pills, magazines that profile celebrities who lose weight or too much weight or put on weight, and books that pimp diet secrets or recipes for success.

    • The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing QUICK VIEW The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing a novel by
      Nicholas Rombes

      "Kafka directed by David Lynch doesn't even come close."
      3:AM Magazine

      A debut from a distinctive and fresh American visionary.

      The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing

      a novel by
      Nicholas Rombes


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    • Ancient Oceans of Central Kentucky QUICK VIEW Ancient Oceans of Central Kentucky a novel by
      David Connerley Nahm

      "It's impossible to stop reading until you've gone through each beautiful line." —NPR
      A mysterious, lyric exploration of childhood, loss, and ghost stories.

      Ancient Oceans of Central Kentucky

      a novel by
      David Connerley Nahm


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    • Crystal Eaters QUICK VIEW Crystal Eaters a novel by
      Shane Jones

      "Reminds us that life itself is a luminous thing."
      HTML Giant

      An ambitious family saga, love story, and watershed in the career of this acclaimed fabulist.

      Crystal Eaters

      a novel by
      Shane Jones


      $ 12.00 $ 16.00
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    • Frequencies Volume 4 QUICK VIEW Frequencies Volume 4 a collection of essays by
      Colin Asher, Nathan Knapp, Joshua Mohr, & more!

      "It's like The Believer just up and said 'fuck it.'" —Brooklyn Based
      Coming of age in the heady days of dial-up, family strife, plus a satirical interview with Shia LaBeouf.

      Frequencies Volume 4

      a collection of essays by
      Colin Asher, Nathan Knapp, Joshua Mohr, & more!


      $ 7.50 $ 10.00
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    • Made to Break QUICK VIEW Made to Break a novel by
      D. Foy

      "Reads like what we’d imagine a Stanley Kubrick rewrite of a script by Denis Johnson might look like." —Flavorwire
      A melancholic and savage look at friendship.

      Made to Break

      a novel by
      D. Foy


      $ 12.38 $ 16.50
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    • Frequencies Volume 3 QUICK VIEW Frequencies Volume 3 a collection of essays by
      Antonia Crane, D. Foy, Lawrence Shainberg,
      & more!

      "The world needs more endeavors like this." —Flavorwire
      Find out who taught Ernest Hemingway to thumb-wrestle, and more!

      Frequencies Volume 3

      a collection of essays by
      Antonia Crane, D. Foy, Lawrence Shainberg,
      & more!


      $ 7.50 $ 10.00
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    • Nothing QUICK VIEW Nothing a novel by
      Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

      "Apocalyptic and
      psychologically attentive."
      New York Times Book Review

      Mysterious and nervy, Nothing announces a bold new voice.

      Nothing

      a novel by
      Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon


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    • Mira Corpora QUICK VIEW Mira Corpora a novel by
      Jeff Jackson

      L.A. Times Book Prize Finalist.
      "A piercing howl of a book."
      Slate

      A story of redemption in the face of nightmarish odds.

      Mira Corpora

      a novel by
      Jeff Jackson


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    • A Questionable Shape QUICK VIEW A Questionable Shape a novel by
      Bennett Sims

      Winner of the Bard Fiction Prize.
      The Believer Book Award Finalist.

      A calculated postmodern zombie novel by one of America's brightest new literary talents.

      A Questionable Shape

      a novel by
      Bennett Sims


      $ 12.38 $ 16.50
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    • Frequencies Volume 2 QUICK VIEW Frequencies Volume 2 a collection of essays by
      Sara Finnerty, Roxane Gay, Kate Zambreno, & more!

      "Some of the smartest essays." —Flavorwire
      Essays on issues of belonging in Black America, gay sex tourism in Thailand, Barbara Loden, and more!

      Frequencies Volume 2

      a collection of essays by
      Sara Finnerty, Roxane Gay, Kate Zambreno, & more!


      $ 7.50 $ 10.00
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    • Crapalachia QUICK VIEW Crapalachia a memoir by
      Scott McClanahan

      "[McClanahan] aims to
      lasso the moon."
      New York Times Book Review

      An endearing and haunting coming-of-age story that announces McClanahan as a resounding talent.

      Crapalachia

      a memoir by
      Scott McClanahan


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    • Frequencies Volume 1 QUICK VIEW Frequencies Volume 1 a collection of essays by
      Blake Butler, Joshua Cohen, Tracy Rose Keaton, & more!

      "Heavy with literary weight."
      New Pages

      The first installment of our journal of artful essays.

      Frequencies Volume 1

      a collection of essays by
      Blake Butler, Joshua Cohen, Tracy Rose Keaton, & more!


      $ 7.50 $ 10.00
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    • How To Get Into the Twin Palms QUICK VIEW How To Get Into the Twin Palms a novel by
      Karolina Waclawiak

      "Reinvents the
      immigration story."
      New York Times Book Review

      Get ready to lust after chest-hair and pleather.

      How To Get Into the Twin Palms

      a novel by
      Karolina Waclawiak


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    • Radio Iris QUICK VIEW Radio Iris a novel by
      Anne-Marie Kinney

      "'The Office' as scripted
      by Kafka."
      Minneapolis Star-Tribune

      Deals with watercooler culture in an artful and existential way, delivering an eerie allegory of our modern recession.

      Radio Iris

      a novel by
      Anne-Marie Kinney


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    • I'm Trying to Reach You QUICK VIEW I'm Trying to Reach You a novel by
      Barbara Browning

      The Believer Book Award Finalist.
      A BuzzFeed Best Book of 2012.

      First Michael Jackson, then Pina Bausch. Is someone killing famous dancers? A witty and seductive mystery.

      I'm Trying to Reach You

      a novel by
      Barbara Browning


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    • Baby Geisha QUICK VIEW Baby Geisha a story collection by
      Trinie Dalton

      "Half ingenious, and half-wily, winningly hard to pin down."
      Bookforum

      Eye-popping stories that showcase an assured and stylish talent.

      Baby Geisha

      a story collection by
      Trinie Dalton


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    • Damascus QUICK VIEW Damascus a novel by
      Joshua Mohr

      "Damascus succeeds in conveying a big-hearted vision."
      Wall Street Journal

      Gracefully tackling cancer, Iraq, and self-esteem, Damascus is Mohr's most accomplished work yet.

      Damascus

      a novel by
      Joshua Mohr


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    • Seven Days in Rio QUICK VIEW Seven Days in Rio a novel by
      Francis Levy

      "The funniest American novel since Sam Lipsyte's The Ask."
      Village Voice

      An incendiary and provocative novel by "Nicholson Baker and Mary Gaitskill's French-kissing cousin."

      Seven Days in Rio

      a novel by
      Francis Levy


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    • The Correspondence Artist QUICK VIEW The Correspondence Artist a novel by
      Barbara Browning

      "A deft look at modern life that's both witty and devastating."
      Nylon

      Sure to delight fans of Chris Krause and Charlie Kaufman.

      The Correspondence Artist

      a novel by
      Barbara Browning


      $ 8.99 $ 10.00
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    • The Visiting Suit QUICK VIEW The Visiting Suit a memoir by
      Xiaoda Xiao

      "These stories personify the compassion, humor, and dignity inherent not just in survival but in triumphing over despair."
      O, The Oprah Magazine

      The Visiting Suit

      a memoir by
      Xiaoda Xiao


      $ 12.38 $ 16.50
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    • The Orange Eats Creeps QUICK VIEW The Orange Eats Creeps a novel by
      Grace Krilanovich

      '5 Under 35' Award
      "Krilanovich's work will make you believe that new ways of storytelling are still emerging from the margins." —NPR

      The Orange Eats Creeps

      a novel by
      Grace Krilanovich


      $ 12.00 $ 16.00
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    • Termite Parade QUICK VIEW Termite Parade a novel by
      Joshua Mohr

      "A wry and unnerving story of
      bad love gone rotten."
      New York Times Book Review

      A mature second novel from the best-selling author of Some Things That Meant the World to Me.

      Termite Parade

      a novel by
      Joshua Mohr


      $ 12.00 $ 16.00
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    • The People Who Watched Her Pass By QUICK VIEW The People Who Watched Her Pass By a novel by
      Scott Bradfield

      "Brave and unforgettable."
      Los Angeles Times

      A philosophical road novel from the vantage point of a four-year-old girl.

      The People Who Watched Her Pass By

      a novel by
      Scott Bradfield


      $ 10.88 $ 14.50
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    • The Cave Man QUICK VIEW The Cave Man a novel by
      Xiaoda Xiao

      "As a parable of modern China, The Cave Man is chilling."
      Boston Globe

      A moving portrait of a brutalized man in Mao's China.

      The Cave Man

      a novel by
      Xiaoda Xiao


      $ 11.63 $ 15.50
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    • Flats / Quake QUICK VIEW Flats / Quake a novel (2 in 1!) by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer

      "A post-cataclysmic landscape in which heroic storytelling
      has been blown to bits."
      Los Angeles Times

      Two classic novels in one "69ed" edition.

      Flats / Quake

      a novel (2 in 1!) by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer


      $ 12.75 $ 17.00
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    • Nog QUICK VIEW Nog a novel by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer

      "The Novel of Bullshit is Dead."
      —Thomas Pynchon

      A man adrift in the American West, armed with nothing more than his own three pencil-thin memories and an octopus in a bathysphere.

      Nog

      a novel by
      Rudolph Wurlitzer


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