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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Peter Kispert knows what makes a good story

Peter Kispert knows what makes a good story

Peter Kispert is a beloved editor who has worked with some of best writers publishing today. He is also is an accomplished writer himself, with work appearing or forthcoming in OUT, GQ, and Eqsuire. His writing, both fiction and non-fiction, explores identity, queerness, and culture.

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Sarah Blake’s ‘Naamah’ is a biblical story for feminists

Sarah Blake’s ‘Naamah’ is a biblical story for feminists

Sarah Blake‘s debut novel is set during the Great Flood, which has been told and re-told throughout history. You probably know it as the story of Noah and his Ark. Blake decided that the version wasn’t enough. She dug and found Naamah, Noah’s wife.

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