An expansive work of cultural history, Rebecca Solnit’s A Paradise Built in Hell triumphs the empathy of civil society in the wake of disaster.
A debut collection of eight surreal stories, Her Body and Other Parties examines the emotional toll of gendered violence upon female interiority.
Expansive and hopeful, Parkland sketches a moving portrait of the teenaged founders of the March for Our Lives movement.
A smart and subversive take on the romance novel, The Pisces injects existential angst into a fantastical tale about a PhD student’s mythical love affair.
Eerie and atmospheric, Ghost Wall brings to the surface a teenager’s repressed resentment toward her patriarchal father.
Forceful and harrowing, Freshwater follows a young Nigerian girl as she comes of age while contending with multiple personalities and prolonged trauma.
A satirical novel about coming of age amidst the Troubles, Milkman offers incisive commentary on the pressure to conform during an era of political instability.