The essays in M. Randal O’Wain‘s debut memoir, Meander Belt, tap into what life was truly like growing up in
Stephanie Jimenez‘s debut novel They Could Have Named Her Anything is about a Latinx teenager named Maria Anís Rosario coming
The Churchgoer by Patrick Coleman is an engrossing noir that tackles religion, faith, and morality. Set in Southern California during
Alexander Tilney always knew he wanted to be a writer, but after finishing college, he wasn’t sure how to make
Angie Kim‘s journey from a young Korean girl to a trial lawyer in America is already a story worth exploring.
Ruchika Tomar doesn’t think a lot of men will read her book. But they should. Trust me. On its surface,
Each month, I will pick a handful of buzzworthy and under the radar debut books I feel you’ll enjoy.
Kate Davies has the first smash hit of the summer. In at the Deep End is full of hilarious and