Bookshots: ‘Relief Map’ by Rosalie Knecht

Bookshots: ‘Relief Map’ by Rosalie Knecht

Review by Freddie Moore
A look inside Rosalie Knecht‘s novel debut.
Bookshots: ‘The North Water’ by Ian McGuire

Bookshots: ‘The North Water’ by Ian McGuire

Review by Max Booth III
A look at Ian McGuire's chilling 'The North Water'.
Bookshots: 'Burning Down the House' by Jane Mendelsohn

Bookshots: 'Burning Down the House' by Jane Mendelsohn

Review by Cath Murphy
Brilliant writing and divinely bonkers plotting.
Bookshots: 'Hap and Leonard' by Joe R. Lansdale

Bookshots: 'Hap and Leonard' by Joe R. Lansdale

Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of "Hap and Leonard," a collection of short stories from Joe R. Lansdale.
Bookshots: 'The Remnants' by Robert Hill

Bookshots: 'The Remnants' by Robert Hill

Review by Stephanie Bonjack
A cast of characters representing the end of a once-vibrant isolated community live out their lives in yearning, discovery, and determination.
Bookshots: 'Margaret the First: A Novel' by Danielle Dutton

Bookshots: 'Margaret the First: A Novel' by Danielle Dutton

Review by Leah Dearborn
Margaret Cavendish lives within a series of contradictions. At first cripplingly shy, she rises to great infamy for her wild fashions and ideas.
"Knockout" by John Jodzio

Bookshots: 'Knockout' by John Jodzio

Review by Christopher Shultz
Entertaining, heartfelt short stories about morally-dubious people doing morally-dubious things.
Bookshots: 'Innocents and Others' by Diana Spiotta

Bookshots: 'Innocents and Others' by Diana Spiotta

Review by JS Breukelaar
'Innocents and Others' reads like a runaway train, where between arrival and departure, time and place unspool in a never-ending landscape of damage done.
Bookshots: 'The Folly of Loving Life' by Monica Drake

Bookshots: 'The Folly of Loving Life' by Monica Drake

Review by Leah Rhyne
March 8, 2016 (1) comments
In Monica Drake's collection, "The Folly of Loving Life," we watch a family's descent into madness...and their ultimate survival...which is weird, and sad, and hard, and amazing.
Bookshots: 'Perfectly Broken' by Robert Burke Warren

Bookshots: 'Perfectly Broken' by Robert Burke Warren

Review by Cath Murphy
An excellent character driven story about the aftermath of almost-fame and learning to be a decent parent.