by Sofia SamatarLeave a Comment
March 15, 2016
Using the sword, pen, body, and voice, four women confront a rebellion and the older, stranger threat behind it.
by Joan AikenLeave a Comment
January 12, 2016
One day a few years from now you’ll be busy with something and these stories will come back to you. Read more
by Mary RickertLeave a Comment
November 10, 2015
Scalding and dark, these stories remind us of the price of politics, the costs we all pay, knowing and not. Read more
by Angélica GorodischerLeave a Comment
August 11, 2015
An enchanting novel of the women whose lives pass through a nineteenth century boarding house. Moving, subtle, and dreamlike.
by Ayize Jama-EverettLeave a Comment
August 25, 2015
A Liminal People novel. A young martial artist finds there is more to the world than she can kick, more than she can see.
by Peter DickinsonLeave a Comment
A Notting Hill children’s opera is suddenly on the world stage when terrorists try to kidnap one of the children.