Monica Duncan‘s Twine is a sharp commentary on the socioeconomics of America that is as endearing as it is a
In Hard Mouth, the dizzying debut from Amanda Goldblatt, the main character Denny retreats from her every day life into
Every so often, a book comes around that must be read far and wide regardless of usual taste in literature
In her debut story collection, R.L. Maizes offers stories filled with quirky wit that explore the small tender moments of
The characters that inhabit All the Water in the World, the debut novel from Karen Raney, are like tapping into
Each month, I will pick a handful of buzzworthy and under the radar debut books I feel you’ll enjoy.
Stephanie Jimenez‘s debut novel They Could Have Named Her Anything is about a Latinx teenager named Maria Anís Rosario coming