Bookshots: 'Late One Night' by Lee Martin

Review by Max Booth III
A look at Lee Martin's small-town lullaby.
Bookshots: 'Movie Stars' by Jack Pendarvis

Bookshots: 'Movie Stars' by Jack Pendarvis

Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of 'Movie Stars', a collection of short stories by Jack Pendarvis.
Bookshots: 'Violation: Collected Essays' By Sallie Tisdale

Bookshots: 'Violation: Collected Essays' By Sallie Tisdale

Review by Keith Rawson
A short review of mega-essayist Sallie Tisdale's new collection.
Bookshots: 'The Inventors' by Peter Selgin

Bookshots: 'The Inventors' by Peter Selgin

Review by Ed Sikov
A writer takes on the facts and fictions that made him who he is.
Springtime: A Ghost Story

Bookshots: 'Springtime: A Ghost Story' by Michelle de Kretser

Review by Christopher Shultz
A woman, uprooted from her home in Melbourne and transplanted to Sydney, begins to see a strange woman standing in a garden during her long walks around the city...
Bookshots: ‘The Association of Small Bombs’ by Karan Mahajan

Bookshots: ‘The Association of Small Bombs’ by Karan Mahajan

Review by Freddie Moore
A look inside Karan Mahajan’s second novel.
Bookshots: 'Septimania' by Jonathan Levi

Bookshots: 'Septimania' by Jonathan Levi

Review by Leah Rhyne
In Jonathan Levi's 'Septimania', reality is bent and reimagined, as is history, and...well, just about everything.
Bookshots: Dead Letters: An Anthology edited by Conrad Williams

Bookshots: 'Dead Letters: An Anthology of the Undelivered, the Missing, the Returned…' edited by Conrad Williams

Review by Dean Fetzer
An anthology of stories about objects found in a dead letter office or misdirected mail — and what happens when the wrong person opens it.
Bookshots: 'Asking for It' by Louise O'Neill

Bookshots: 'Asking for It' by Louise O'Neill

Review by Cath Murphy
If you're a parent, I might advise you to buy this for your daughters, but actually it would do more good if I begged you to buy it for your sons.
Bookshots: 'The Dig' by John Preston

Bookshots: 'The Dig' by John Preston

Review by Leah Dearborn
In the summer of 1939, widowed Edith Pretty decides to excavate the earthen mounds on her property at Sutton Hoo in the hope that they may contain treasure.