Digital Book Tour – Michael Zapata, The Lost Book of Adana Moreau

Digital Book Tour – Michael Zapata, The Lost Book of Adana Moreau

With so many author tours being canceled, Debutiful has invited any author who had events canceled or postponed due to coronavirus to do a reading and a brief interview as part of the Digital Book Tour podcast series.

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Digital Book Tour – Celia Laskey, Under the Rainbow

Digital Book Tour – Celia Laskey, Under the Rainbow

With so many author tours being canceled, Debutiful has invited any author who had events canceled or postponed due to coronavirus to do a reading and a brief interview as part of the Digital Book Tour podcast series.

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Mary South recommends her favorite stories, collections, and journals

Mary South recommends her favorite stories, collections, and journals

Mary South’s debut story collection, You Will Never Be Forgotten, explores what she calls “late-capitalism dystopias.” The collection is filled with memorable stories from a FAQs section gone wrong (““Frequently Asked Questions About Your Craniotomy”) to a woman who stalks her rapist online and then in real life (the title story “You Will Never Be Forgotten”).

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Dennis E. Staples explores everything from love to murder in ‘This Town Sleeps’

Dennis E. Staples explores everything from love to murder in ‘This Town Sleeps’

Dennis E. Staples is an Ojibwe writer from northern Minnesota whose debut book is about two Ojibwe men from northern Minnesota. Don’t let that simple fact let you think this is some sort of vieled biography of his life.

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Hilary Leichter on ‘Temporary’ jobs and literary friendships

Hilary Leichter on ‘Temporary’ jobs and literary friendships

Hilary Leichter has worked a lot of odd jobs, but those jobs aren’t what her debut novel Temporary is about. The book, recently reviewed in The New York Times, is more about the feelings of that lifestyle and how we are shaped by our jobs.

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6 debut books you should read this March

6 debut books you should read this March

Each month, Debutiful will recommend a handful of buzzworthy and under-the-radar debut books for you to read.

Spring is upon us and all of our to be read piles are heating up. The working list of debuts to read that are publishing this month was 14 and that, I’m sure, doesn’t even scratch the surface. Expect another list shortly called ‘6 more debut books from Winter 2020 you should read.’ There have been an insane amount of stellar debuts published so far this year.

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Designing Debuts: How Matthew Revert created Greg Mania’s book cover

Designing Debuts: How Matthew Revert created Greg Mania’s book cover

Greg Mania‘s debut memoir Born to Be Public won’t be released until later this summer. Earlier this winter his publisher CLASH Books revealed the punk-rock cover that fits the writer’s big personality.

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