News · 05/21/2017

Books Available For Review

Please get in touch if you are interested in reviewing one of these books. All titles are available as ebooks unless otherwise indicated. We prefer to send print copies to reviewers we have worked with before. We are also willing to request review copies of books not listed here from publishers, but again prefer to do so for reviewers we have previously worked with.


Summer 2017

The Fabrications by Baret Magarian, Pleasure Boat Studio
The Glamshack by Paul Cohen, 7.13 Books
Listening for Jupiter by Pierre-Luc Landry, tr. Arielle Aaronson and Madeleine Stratford, QC Fiction
My Vanishing Twin by Tom Stern, Rare Bird Books
To Lay To Rest Our Ghosts by Caitlin Hamilton Summie, Fomite Press


Spring 2017

#triggerwarning by Coleen Kearon, Fomite Press
Blue Field by Elise Levine, Biblioasis
The Fifth Wall by Rachel Nagelberg, Black Sparrow Books (print)
A Fortune Foretold by Agneta Pleijel, tr. Marlaine Delargy, Other Press (print)
The Institute by Vincent Bijlo, tr. Susan Ridder, Holland Park Press
Marlena by Julie Buntin, Henry Holt
Milena, or The Most Beautiful Femur in the World by Jorge Zepeda Patterson, tr. Adrian Nathan West, Restless Books (print)
Nights as Day, Days as Night by Michel Leiris, tr. Richard Sieburth, Spurl Editions
North and Central by Bob Hartley, Tortoise Books
Not One Day by Anne Garréta, tr. Emma Ramadan, Deep Vellum (print)
Not the Only Sky by Alyssa Warren, Black & White Publishing
Panorama by Dušan Šarotar, tr. Rawley Grau, Peter Owen/Istros Books
Park Avenue Purgatory by Micah Enloe, Thought Catalog
Quicksand by Malin Persson Giolito, tr. Rachel Willson-Broyles, Other Press (print)
The Seven Autopsies of Nora Hanneman by Courtney E. Morgan, FC2
Shankus & Kitto: A Saga by Lynn Crawford, DittoDitto Books
She Named Him Michael by Heather Rounds, Ink Press Productions
Three Loves, One Death by Evald Flisar, tr. David Limon, Peter Owen/Istros Books
Vanishing Point by E. V. Legters, Lethe Press
Who You Think I Am by Camille Laurens, tr. Adriana Hunter, Other Press (print)
The Yellow House by Jeroen Blokhuis, tr. Asja Novak, Holland Park Press


Winter 2016-17

Sonata in K by Karen An-hwei Lee, Ellipsis Press (print)
Apocalypse All the Time by David S. Atkinson, Literary Wanderlust
Legal Asylum: A Comedy by Paul Goldstein, Ankerwycke Books
Making Love While Levitating Three Feet in the Air by Jeff Fearnside, Stephen F. Austin State U Press (print)
Metronome by Oliver Langmead, Unsung Stories
One Good Mama Bone by Bren McClain, Story River Books (print)
The Origins of Benjamin Hackett by Gerald M. O’ Connor, Down & Out Books
The Pavilion of Former Wives by Jonathan Baumbach, Dzanc Books (print)
Sanding Down Gravestones by Lars Mørch Finborud, tr. Becky Crook, Broken Dimanche Press (print)
When He Sprang From His Bed, Staggered Backward, And Fell Dead, We Clung Together With Faint Hearts, And Mutely Questioned Each Other by Christoper Kang, Green Mountains Review Books


Fall 2016

Beneath the Coyote Hills by William Luvaas, Spuyten Duyvil
Blood of the Dawn by Claudia Salazar Jiménez, tr. Elizabeth Bryer, Deep Vellum (print)
The Bogeyman Chronicles by Craig Watson, ThunderPoint Publishing
Eve Out of Her Ruins by Ananda Devi, tr. Jeffery Zuckerman, Deep Vellum (print)
Everything There Was by Hanna Bervoets, tr. Florian Duijsens, Frisch & Co.
The Expense of a View by Polly Buckingham, U of North Texas Press
Father Figure by Lamar Herrin, Fomite Press
Good People by Nir Baram, tr. Jeffrey Green, Text Publishing
The Hermit by Thomas Rydahl, tr. K.E. Semmel, Oneworld
Hot Season by Susan DeFreitas, Harvard Square Editions
Monsieur de Bougrelon by Jean Lorrain, tr. Eva Richter, Spurl Editions
No Place to Pray by James Carpenter, Twisted Road Publications
The Real Natasha by Michael Leone, Braddock Ave Books
Skyscraper by Scott Alexander Hess, Lethe Press
The Ugly by Alexander Boldizar, Brooklyn Arts Press
What are the Blind Men Dreaming? by Noemi Jaffe, tr. Julia Sanches and Ellen Elias-Bursać, Deep Vellum (print)
Wounded Tongue by Garrett Dennert, Orson’s Publishing
A Zero-Sum Game by Eduardo Rabasa, tr. Christina MacSweeney, Deep Vellum (print)