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Trine Erotic
Trine Erotic (February 2013)
Alice Andrews - Author

The first novel to fully explore evolutionary psychology, Trine Erotic explores what it means to love and write in a memetic, Darwinian world.

The first novel to fully explore evolutionary psychology, Trine Erotic explores why we write: to seduce (as mating strategy), to process, to heal ourselves and ultimately readers, to find meaning. Questions of love that preoccupy us (passionate love versus ...(Read More)
 
 
Letters and Found Poems of Edisa and Chloe
Letters and Found Poems of Edisa and Chloe (October 2012)
David Appelbaum - Author

The story of two women and their quotidian existence in rural New York.

Conceived first as a correspondence between two women, Letters and Found Poems expresses the mystery of their intimacy in their quotidian existence in rural New York. The complexity of Chloe’s affairs creates a damaging separation that brings a tragic turn of events. A collection of poems each had written to the other serves a...(Read More)
 
 
The Middle of Everywhere
The Middle of Everywhere (October 2012)
A Novel
Ray Petersen - Author

A young man’s quest to keep his hometown’s paper mill from closing turns into an odyssey across a rural upstate New York county.

One man’s affliction is another’s gift, and Kenny Hopewell’s “special gift” is a terrible memory and virtually no sense of direction. Entrusted by a family friend to deliver a plea for help that might keep his hometown mill fro...(Read More)
 
 
The Sphinx of the Ice Realm
The Sphinx of the Ice Realm (June 2012)
The First Complete English Translation, with the Full Text of The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym by Edgar Allan Poe
Jules Verne - Author
Edgar Allan Poe - Author
Frederick Paul Walter - Editor/translator

The first complete English translation of Jules Verne’s epic fantasy novel.

Decades after Edgar Allan Poe’s longest and weirdest tale, The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, was published—the protagonist disappearing into the misty, mystifying Antarctic seas; his fate unknown—Jules Verne took up the challenge to answer what had happened to him. In The Sphinx of the Ice Realm, ...(Read More)
 
 
Dead Woman Hollow
Dead Woman Hollow (June 2012)
Kass Fleisher - Author

Three generations of Northern Appalachian women confront poverty, violence, and isolation.

Dead Woman Hollow, a shady glade named for a rattlesnake-bit mother left to die in 1908, is a novel that testifies to the true grit that is a birthright of the women of Northern Appalachia’s remote mountain areas—a beautiful and brutal land with a culture hostile to change.

The n...(Read More)
 
 
Grand Isle
Grand Isle (April 2012)
A Novel
Sarah Van Arsdale - Author

A tragedy in early June sets off a cascade of deception for the summer people from Manhattan and the local teens on Grand Isle.

For the summer people from Manhattan, the small community of Grand Isle typifies the perfect lazy summertime mixture of sun-soaked beach days drifting into long barbecue parties that last late into the warm, firefly-lit nights. But this year, summer’s idyll is shattered by a trag...(Read More)
 
 
The Interpreter
The Interpreter (March 2012)
A Story of Two Worlds
Robert Moss - Author

A visionary journey into the crucible in which America was born, a tale of love and war and of a master shaman who folds time to seek the key to the survival of his people.

A vivid narrative of the clash of cultures on the colonial New York frontier, The Interpreter tells the story of a master shaman and his twin apprentices—the Mohawk dreamer called Island Woman and the young immigrant Conrad Wei...(Read More)
 
 
The Prophet of Tenth Street
The Prophet of Tenth Street (March 2012)
A Novel
Tsipi Keller - Author

A literary love story.

In this literary love story, Marcus Weiss, a loyal denizen of New York City, retires at age fifty to work on a dictionary he has grandly titled “The Human Gesture in Western Literature.” Comparing himself to Flaubert, who read fifteen hundred books in order to compose his Bouvard and Pécuchet—Marcus immerses himself in literature, culling quotations and passag...(Read More)
 
 
The Floodplain
The Floodplain (December 2011)
A Novel
Anthony Robinson - Author

Riveting novel that deals with themes of action and inaction, guilt and innocence.

The Floodplain tells the story of Professor Rick Forester, his wife, Chloe, and their two children, whose lives are forever changed when Chloe, a fledgling psychotherapist, becomes romantically entangled with her mentor, the charismatic psychiatrist Dr. Evan Kendrix. Kendrix, a leading interpreter of techniques in humanist...(Read More)
 
 
Ordinary Jews
Ordinary Jews (September 2011)
Yehoshue Perle - Author
Shirley Kumove - Translated and with an introduction by

A new translation of a modern Yiddish masterpiece.

Since its original publication in 1935, Ordinary Jews has come to be regarded as one of the masterpieces of Yiddish literature. In his portrayal of the lives of ordinary Polish Jews in a small provincial city at the end of the nineteenth century, Yehoshue Perle offers a glimpse at a way of life that was already changing by the time of the novel’...(Read More)
 
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