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  • Election Danceby Joseph Hart

    SBPRA 2014; US$ 2.99

    Matthew Bartels, a brilliant, idealistic 37-year-old math teacher, is asked to participate as a keynote speaker in a seminar on sustainable growth to achieve better governance after the upcoming elections. This leads to his joining a political party to realize his vision. He discovers that politics and crime are closely linked and concentrated in the... more...

  • The Day the Grid Went Downby David J. Nix

    SBPRA 2014; US$ 2.99

    The Day the Grid Went Down is a compelling novel about what could happen to the world should a truly catastrophic economic collapse occur. The book is largely based on the true-life experiences of author David J. Nicks and other real world events, such as the partial economic collapse of 2008. Using the 2012 elections as a point of departure, The Day... more...

  • We Are Fat and We Are Legionby Benjamin Duffy

    SBPRA 2014; Not Available

    When fat civil rights activist Gabby Medeiros's supersized boyfriend decides to lose weight, he unwittingly forms a fissure in their relationship. Can their relationship survive? As a fat acceptance warrior, Gabby necessarily rejects dieting as unhealthy and counterproductive. A telephone bill collector by day, she spends two evenings a week doing... more...

  • The Stalin Epigramby Robert Littell

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2011; US$ 11.99

    Moscow, 1934. As thousands of peasant famers starve under Stalin's regime of collectivisation, Osip Mandelstam, perhaps the greatest Russian poet of the twentieth century, defies the Kremlin with a few short, audacious lines of verse — a searing indictment of Stalin secretly recited to a handful of friends and fellow artists. When a transcript of the... more...

  • Fresh Eggsby Rob Levandoski

    The Permanent Press 2015; US$ 9.99

    Calvin Cassowary is ready to do whatever it takes to keep Cassowary Farm in the family for one more generation. Hatching a scheme to specialize in chickens, soon he’s got a million hens laying eggs for Gallinipper Foods, but he still finds himself deeper and deeper into debt. To make matters worse, his chicken-loving daughter Rhea is spending far... more...

  • Cowardsby Trent Portigal

    John Hunt Publishing 2015; US$ 7.99

    A family’s life falls into turmoil when the parents’ timid political dissidence is discovered by their far more enterprising children. more...

  • Clandestine Occupationsby Diana Block

    PM Press 2015; US$ 8.99

    A unique, fictional portrait of feminist radicals that brings the legacy of the ’60s and ’70s into its portrayal of radical activism in the 21st century   Radical activist Luba Gold makes the difficult decision to go underground to support the Puerto Rican independence movement. When Luba’s collective is targeted by an FBI sting, she escapes with... more...

  • The Subsidiaryby Matias Celedon; Samuel Rutter

    Melville House 2016; US$ 21.95

    “Powerful, beautiful, and haunting. Every time I read  The Subsidiary , it feels both timeless and painfully, undeniably contemporary.” —Alejandro Zambra  In the subsidiary offices of a major corporation, the power suddenly goes out: the lights switch off; the doors lock; the phone lines go dead. The employees are trapped in total darkness with... more...

  • The Eastern Shoreby Ward Just

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016; US$ 22.70

    From an American master comes another “beautifully languid, emotionally intense tale” ( Entertainment Weekly ), this time of a newspaper editor’s fateful decision to expose a small-town fugitive. more...

  • Kaveenaby Boubacar Boris Diop; Bhakti Shringarpure; Sara C. Hanaburgh; Ayo A. Coly

    Indiana University Press 2016; US$ 24.99

    This dark and suspenseful novel tells the story of a fictitious West African country caught in the grip of civil war. The dispassionate and deadpan narrator, Asante Kroma, is a former head of Secret Services and finds himself living with the corpse of the dictator, a man who once ruled his nation with an iron fist. Through a series of flashbacks and... more...