Bookshots: 'In the Course of Human Events' by Mike Harvkey

Bookshots: 'In the Course of Human Events' by Mike Harvkey

Review by Cath Murphy
Is comparing Mike Harvkey's debut to 'The Grapes of Wrath' a stretch? No it is not.
Bookshots: 'The Understory' by Pamela Erens

Bookshots: 'The Understory' by Pamela Erens

Review by Cath Murphy
Tin House go on my Xmas card list for reissuing Pamela Erens' subtle and haunting story of loneliness and obsession
Bookshots: 'Broom Broom' by Brecken Hancock

Bookshots: 'Broom Broom' by Brecken Hancock

Review by Brian McGackin
Wait, you don't like poetry? Shut up, you like poetry.
Bookshots: 'Incendiary Girls: Stories' by Kodi Scheer

Bookshots: 'Incendiary Girls: Stories' by Kodi Scheer

In her debut collection of short stories, Scheer explores the deeper parts of the female psyche with her special brand of animalistic magical realism.
Bookshots: 'Limiters' by Christopher Stoddard

Bookshots: 'Limiters' by Christopher Stoddard

Review by Brandon Tietz
LitReactor reviews "Limiters" by Christopher Stoddard.
Bookshots: 'Mr. Loverman' by Bernadine Evaristo

Bookshots: 'Mr. Loverman' by Bernadine Evaristo

Review by Leah Dearborn
Fed up with his wife of 50 years, Barrington plans to finally reveal that he’s in love with his best friend, Morris.
Bookshots: 'Dark Eden' by Chris Beckett

Bookshots: 'Dark Eden' by Chris Beckett

Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
Humanity gets a reboot in this 2013 Arthur C. Clarke Award winner, previously unavailable in the US.
Bookshots: 'Hustle' by Tom Pitts

Bookshots: 'Hustle' by Tom Pitts

Review by Christopher Shultz
Scheming drug addicts, slimy lawyers, bad-ass bikers, and a couple of dames. We're in noir country.
Bookshots: 'A Fairy Tale' by Jonas Bengtsson

Bookshots: 'A Fairy Tale' by Jonas T. Bengtsson

Review by Dean Fetzer
An ‘alternative’ father tells his son the tale of a king and a prince as they journey through Denmark.
Bookshots: 'Falling Out of Time' by David Grossman

Bookshots: 'Falling Out of Time' by David Grossman

Review by Brian McGackin
If only it were possible to walk a loved one's death away...