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Recommended Books

These are a few books we didn't publish but love anyway. We spread the love by spreading the word...because a great book is a great book... 

Alexandra Lytton Regalado's poetry collection, MATRIA, is the winner of the St. Lawrence Book Award (Black Lawrence Press, 2017). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in cream city review, Creative Nonfiction, Gulf Coast, MiPOesias, The Notre Dame Review, NANO Fiction, Narrative, OCHO, Passages North, Puerto del Sol, Phoebe, Radar Poetry and elsewhere. 

Tropicalia is a collection of poems by Emma Trelles, winner of the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize. The book is a melodic union between the green insistence of the subtropics and the city ensconced within.

Written by Daniel Pugsley. Babylon in 1765BCE is a dangerous place, though Bani at least gets to live in a palace. His father is king, his mother a favoured concubine and rival of the queen. When his mother's people invade, however, everything changes.

Lorena Saenz has just been paired with Jenny Stallworth for a school project by a teacher hoping to unite two girls from starkly different backgrounds. Jenny is pretty and popular, and Lorena is quickly drawn into the family’s picture-perfect suburban lifestyle.

Debbie Shannon has an MFA in creative writing from Florida International University. Set during the Prohibition, The Fisherman is the story of Daniel Constantin. He is the son of a Basque fisherman from the small fishing village of Saint Pierre in the North Atlantic, and he hates the water. His father expects him to be a fisherman like himself, but because of his weak, small frame and his constant seasickness, Daniel is miserable failure as a fisherman. 

James W. Hall is the author of 21 novels, 15 of which feature Thorn, the off-the-grid loner who lives a primitive existence in Key Largo, Florida. When a mysterious teenage girl appears at his door, Thorn’s attempt to help her sends him on a journey that leads to a shocking discovery: every calamity in Thorn’s life for the past twenty years—and there’ve been plenty—has been engineered by a powerful enemy. T

John Dufresne has been hailed by the New York Times as “an original talent . . . [whose] humor is frightfully dark, but . . . dazzling.” I Don’t Like Where This Is Going continues the misadventures of therapist-on-the-run Wylie “Coyote” Melville. 

Daniel Damiano is an Award-winning Playwright, Screenwriter, Poet, Novelist and Actor based in Brooklyn, NY. Peggy Bubone is the envy of the Cold River, Long Island social scene: wife to a respected dermatologist, mother to two handsome children, and newly hired Literature teacher at a prestigious local high school,...before a knock on her classroom door turns her world upside down with the shocking news of her husband's arrest.

S.A. CHAKRABORTY is the author of the critically acclaimed and internationally best-selling Daevabad Trilogy. Step into The City of Brass, the spellbinding debut from S. A. Chakraborty perfect for fans of The Golem and the Jinni, The Grace of Kings, and Uprooted, in which the future of a magical Middle Eastern kingdom rests in the hands of a clever and defiant young con artist with miraculous healing gifts.

From the New York Times bestselling author of Star Wars: Resistance Reborn comes the “engrossing and vibrant” (Tochi Onyebuchi, author of Riot Baby) first book in the Between Earth and Sky trilogy inspired by the civilizations of the Pre-Columbian Americas and woven into a tale of celestial prophecies, political intrigue, and forbidden magic.

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