News · 05/14/2020

Books Available For Review

Please get in touch if you are interested in reviewing one of these books or something not listed. Titles below are only those we’ve been directly offered a review copy of, so if there’s a recent book of literary fiction you’d like to propose reviewing (preferably from small/independent presses and especially in translation), we encourage you to inquire. We are willing to request from publishers review copies of books not listed here, but prefer to do so for reviewers we have previously worked with or can point us to examples of their reviews published elsewhere. Please don’t ask to review a book by a writer with whom you have a significant personal or professional relationship.


Fall 2020

Living Color: Angie Rubio Stories by Donna Miscolta, Jaded Ibis Press
Ancestry by Eileen O’Leary, winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award, University of Iowa Press
Father Guards the Sheep by Sari Rosenblatt, winner of the Iowa Short Fiction Award, University of Iowa Press
The Bitter Kind by James Claffey and Tara Lynn Masih, Cervena Barva Press
Into the Unbounded Night by Mitchell James Kaplan, Regal House


Summer 2020

Breath Like the Wind at Dawn by Devin Jacobsen, Sagging Meniscus Press
Half by Sharon Harrigan, University of Wisconsin Press
Greensmith by Aliya Whiteley, Unsung Stories
The Invention of Love by Sara Schaff, Split Lip Press
Jewfish by Andrew Furman, Little Curlew Press
Instances of Head-Switching by Teresa Milbrodt, Shade Mountain Press
City of Hate by Timothy S Miller, Goliad Media
The Mythology of Salt and Other Stories by Octavia Cade, Lethe Press
This is True Love by Keith Banner, Lethe Press


Spring 2020

Known By Heart: Collected Stories by Ellen Prentiss Campbell, Apprentice House Press
All Flowers Bloom by Kawika Guillermo, Westphalia Press
She is a Beast by Christina Rosso, APEP Publications (PDF)
Jesus and John by Adam McOmber, Lethe Press
Threading the Labyrinth by Tiffani Angus, Unsung Stories
Neutral Evil ))) by Lee Klein, Sagging Meniscus Press
Ambushing the Void by James McAdams, Frayed Edge Press
Smiling in the Darkness by Adelaide Freitas tr Katharine F. Baker, University of Massachusetts Press
Still Life with Meredith by Ann Lewinson, Outpost19
The Eyelid by SD Chrostowska, Coach House Books
And Their Children After Them by Nicolas Mathieu, Translated by William Rodarmor, Other Press
Anthropica by David Hollander, Animal Riot
Heartland Calamitous by Michael Credico, Autumn House
The Distance From Four Points by Margo Orlando Littell, University of New Orleans Press
Treasure of the Spanish Civil War and Other Tales by Serge Pey, Translated from French by Donald Nicholson-Smith, Archipelago Books
Dinner at 10:32 by Mahyar A. Amouzegar, University of New Orleans Press
Senseless Women by Sarah Harris Wallman, University of Massachusetts Press
A Tale of Truths by Berit Ellingsen, Rosarium Publishing
The Royal Abduls by Ramiza Shamoun Koya, Forest Avenue Press
Let It Be Our Ruin by Lee Tyler Williams, Arc Pair Press
The Neptune Room by Bertrand Laverdure, translated by Oana Avasilichioaei, Book*hug Press
K by Ted O’Connell, Santa Fe Writers Project


Winter 2019/2020

The Inexplicable Grey Space We Call Love by Chuck Augello, Duck Lake Books
Little Feasts by Jules Archer, Thirty West
Dark River by Rym Kechacha, Unsung Stories
Lux by Elizabeth Cook, Scribe
Miracles Come on Mondays by Penelope Cray, Pleiades Press
Wake in the Night by Laura Krughoff, Arc Pair Press
Hezada! I Miss You by Erin Pringle, Awst Press
Not Yet by Erik Segall, Harvard Square Editions
If Anyone Asks, Say I Died From The Heartbreaking Blues by Philip Cioffari, Livingston Press


Fall 2019

Driving in Cars with Homeless Men by Kate Wisel, Drue Heinz Literature Prize winner, University of Pittsburgh Press
Dancing with Langston by Sharyn Skeeter, Green Writers Press
Drama Queens by Vickie Gendreau, translated by Aimee Wall, Book*hug Press
Fanny and the Mystery in the Grieving Forest by Rune Christiansen, translated from the Norwegian by Kari Dickson, Book*hug Press
Orders of Protection by Jenn Hollmeyer, University of North Texas Press
I’m From Nowhere by Lindsay Lerman, Clash Books
Tender Cuts by Jayne Martin, Vine Leaves Press
Paper Houses by Dominique Fortier translated by Rhonda Mullins, Coach House Books
The Country Will Bring Us No Peace by Matthieu Simard, Coach House Books
Evidence of V: A Novel in Fragments, Facts, and Fictions by Sheila O’Connor, Rose Metal Press
Agnes by Peter Stamm translated by Michael Hofmann, Other Press
Five Windows by Jon Roemer, Dzanc Books
As A River by Sion Dayson, Jaded Ibis
Chimerica by Anita Felicelli, WTAW Press
Odsburg by Matt Tompkins, Ooligan Press
As a River by Elizabeth Earley, Red Hen Press
The Face Tells the Secret by Jane Bernstein, Regal House
Sweep Out the Ashes by Mary Clearman Blew, Bison Books
How Beautiful They Were by Boston Teran, High Top Publishing
The Dollmaker by Nina Allan, Other Press
The Siege of Troy by Theodor Kallifatides tr Marlaine Delargy, Other Press
Hurry Up and Relax by Nathan Leslie, Washington Writers’ Publishing House
Hope Farm by Peggy Frew, Scribe
The Country Will Bring Us No Peace by Matthew Simard tr Pablo Strauss, Coach House Books
No Good Very Bad Asian by Leland Cheuk, C&R Press
The Rampant by Julie Day, Aqueduct Press
The Art of Regret by Mary Fleming, She Writes Press
Wild Boar in the Cane Field by Anniqua Rana, She Writes Press
Emerald City By Brian Birnbaum, Animal Riot
Shine of the Ever by Claire Rudy Foster, Interlude Press
The Unexpected Aneurysm of the Potato Blossom Queen by Garrett Socol, Atmosphere Press
Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization by Jan Alexander, Regal House Publishing