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Asks what remains of our stories—as individuals and civilizations—after we are gone.
A collective interrogation of the universal experience from a very particular psyche.
Disarmingly original stories that upend traditional notions of identity and family, and peer into the vulnerable workings…
A collection of spare, biting stories of people caught between reality and expectation, hope and despair, love and…
Short stories that borrow themes and subjects familiar to readers of Philip K. Dick fused with a conflicted, tortured,…
Essays that interrogate our notions of ecstasy, queerness, and what it means to live freely.
A tale that captures the shifting meanings of the past and how our experience colors those meanings.
A stunningly original collection of stories that illuminates a spectrum of Latinx, Chicanx, and immigrant women's voices…
A searing new essay collection that honors the beautiful, the sacred, and the comic in life.
Explores the ways in which traditional stories have failed us, giving its cast of Sarahs new origin stories, ways to love…
A young author escapes her downward spiral of drugs and erotic detours in California only to find a fresh hell at an…
The most beautiful love stories from history and mythology told with incredible new detail and vivacity.
Spooky stories that provide new ways of looking at who we are and what matters to us.
Stories that trace the journeys of the diverse and legion Chinese people, history and government.
Stories that traverse the fickle, often terrifying terrain between madness and freedom.
As a state of emergency is declared, a poet engages her father in an exploration of the push to be employed and the pull…
A revelatory spiral into the imperfect lives of queer men desperately fighting the urge to self-sabotage.
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