by Madeline Beach Carey

Jolts – Fernando Sdrigotti

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There is a loneliness, that voice of the outsider, of the creative kid, of the misfit, of the writer, that haunts every joke, every line etched to make the reader laugh.

Elena Knows – Claudia Piñeiro

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This novel is a miraculous feat: a novel that denounces injustice, advocates for the elderly and the ill, and clearly advocates for access to abortion, without giving up style or literary verve.

Adorable – Ida Marie Hede

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This is an experiment in explaining what it means to inhabit a body, a mother’s body, a baby’s body in this world and in other worlds.