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    Never Have I Ever

    Isabel Yap

    “Such a joy to read.”
    Booklist (starred review)

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    Alaya Dawn Johnson

    “Haunting, not just for its vividness, but also for how Johnson writes around felt and imagined absences.” — Chicago Review of Books

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    Martha Moody

    Susan Stinson

    “So bloody good it made me want to run naked through a meadow.”
    Time Out, London

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    Dance on Saturday

    Elwin Cotman

    “Blends humor, emotional clarity, and wild imagination to bring life to stories about identity, power, and human nature.” — Arianna Rebolini, Buzzfeed

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    Generation Loss

    Elizabeth Hand

    Shirley Jackson Award Winner
    Start reading. YouTube interview
    Believer Award Short List

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    And Go Like This

    John Crowley

    “Haunting and gorgeously written.”

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    Stray Bats

    Margo Lanagan Kathleen Jennings

    “Evocative. . . . eerie. . . . rich, sensuous.”
    Publishers Weekly

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    John Schoffstall

    Half-Witch is like The Golden Compass as written by Roald Dahl.”
    — Lauren Banka, Elliott Bay Book Company

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    Kim Scott

    “A complex, thoughtful, and exceptionally generous offering by a master storyteller at the top of his game.” — The Guardian

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    In Other Lands

    Sarah Rees Brennan

    “Blissfully entertaining reading. . . . glittering contemporary fantasy.”
    Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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    Air Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

    “One of the most well-wrought and engaging fantasy worlds out there.” — Booklist (starred review)

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    Sofia Samatar

    “These stories are windows into an impressively deep imagination guided by sensitivity, joyful intellect, and a graceful mastery of language.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

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    Sooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea

    Sarah Pinsker

    “An exciting new voice.” — Booklist (starred review)

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    Earth Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

    “Glows with intelligence . . . though not for the faint of heart.”
    Booklist (starred review)

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    Fire Logic

    Laurie J. Marks

    Elemental Logic: Book 1
    Spectrum Award winner
    Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award nominee

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    An Agent of Utopia

    Andy Duncan

    “A raucous, fantastical treat.”
    Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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    Terra Nullius

    Claire G. Coleman

    “Coleman stuns with this imaginative, astounding debut about colonization.”
    Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

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    Alien Virus Love Disaster

    Abbey Mei Otis

    “Highly recommended for anyone interested in weird fiction, sf, or just a breathtaking reading experience.”
    Booklist (starred review)

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    The Invisible Valley

    Su Wei Austin Woerner

    “An extraordinary novel.”
    — Ha Jin, winner of the National Book Award

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    Ambiguity Machines

    Vandana Singh

    Publishers Weekly Top 10 SF, Fantasy & Horror Spring 2018

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    The River Bank

    Kij Johnson

    Washington Post Notable Books
    Seattle Times Noteworthy Books of 2017
    NPR Best Books of 2017

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    Telling the Map

    Christopher Rowe

    “A clutch of complex, persuasive visions of an alternative South.”
    Kirkus Reviews

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    The Bodies of the Ancients

    Lydia Millet

    “Children, adults, and myriad creatures fight the final battle in a war over climate changey…. relationships are tender. Memorably unusual.”
    Kirkus Reviews

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    Best Worst American

    Juan Martinez

    “In his idiosyncratic approach to fiction, Martinez delivers truly new ways to read the world.” — Booklist

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