Monica Duncan‘s Twine is a sharp commentary on the socioeconomics of America that is as endearing as it is a
Each month, I will pick a handful of buzzworthy and under the radar debut books I feel you’ll enjoy. Labor
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
Angie Kim‘s journey from a young Korean girl to a trial lawyer in America is already a story worth exploring.
In A Philosophy of Ruin, the debut novel by Nicholas Mancusi, a philosophy professor questions his choices, what life is
Azelea “Knot” Centre, the main character in De’Shawn Charles Winslow’s debut In West Mills is easily one of the most