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The Bear

by Andrew Krivak; read by Eric Jason Martin

BuzzFeed “Most Anticipated Books of the Year” selection
LibraryReads Pick
Buzz Books by Publishers Lunch selection

A cautionary tale of human fragility, of love and loss, The Bear is a stunning tribute to the beauty of nature's dominion. Learn More
Don't Call Us Dead

by Danez Smith; read by Danez Smith

Finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry
Winner of the Forward Prize for Best Collection

Don't Call Us Dead is an astonishing and ambitious collection, one that confronts, praises, and rebukes America—"Dear White America"—where every day is too often a funeral and not often enough a miracle. Learn More

by Tracy O’Neill; read by Shaun Grindell

A Millions Most Anticipated Book of 2020

Two people search for connection in a world of fractured identities and aliases, global finance, big data, intelligence bureaucracies, algorithmic logic, and terror. Learn More
The World Doesn't Require You

by Rion Amilcar Scott; read by JD Jackson

PEN/Jean Stein Book Award Finalist
2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize Longlist
Publishers Weekly Best of 2019
Buzzfeed’s 29 Summer Reads 2019
Kirkus Best Fiction of 2019

The World Doesn't Require You announces the arrival of a generational talent, as Rion Amilcar Scott shatters rigid genre lines to explore larger themes of religion, violence, and love—all told with sly humor and a dash of magical realism. Learn More
Of Bears and Ballots

by Heather Lende; read by Karen White

The writer whom the Los Angeles Times calls “part Annie Dillard, part Anne Lamott,” now brings her quirky and compassionate take on holding local office. Learn More
Boys of Alabama

by Genevieve Hudson; read by Charlie Thurston

O, The Oprah Magazine • 31 LGBTQ Books That'll Change the Literary Landscape in 2020

In this bewitching debut novel, a sensitive teen, newly arrived in Alabama, falls in love, questions his faith, and navigates a strange power. While his German parents don't know what to make of a South pining for the past, shy Max thrives in the thick heat. Taken in by the football team, he learns how to catch a spiraling ball, how to point a gun, and how to hide his innermost secrets. Learn More
Optic Nerve

by Maria Gainza; read by Kyla Garcia

New York Times Recommended Book Publishers Weekly Best of 2019

Seductive and capricious, Optic Nerve marks the English-language debut of a major Argentinian writer. It is a book that captures, like no other, the mysterious connections between a work of art and the person who perceives it. Learn More

by Colleen Houck; read by Piper Goodeve

New York Times bestselling author Colleen Houck presents her latest novel. Learn More
Funny Weather

by Olivia Laing; read by Sophie Aldred

"One of the finest writers of the new non-fiction" (Harper's Bazaar) explores the role of art in the tumultuous twenty-first century. Learn More
Women in Science

by Rachel Ignotofsky; read by Sarah Mollo-Christensen

A New York Times Best Seller

The New York Times bestseller Women in Science highlights the contributions of fifty notable women to the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from the ancient to the modern world. Learn More
A Craftsman’s Legacy

by Eric Gorges; read by Eric Gorges

The host of TV's A Craftsman's Legacy makes the case that the craftsman's way—the philosophy, the skills, and the mindset—can provide a helpful blueprint for all of us in our increasingly hurried, mass-manufactured world. Learn More
A Map Is Only One Story

Edited by Nicole Chung & Mensah Demary; read by Cindy Kay

One of The Millions's Most Anticipated Books of the Year
Electric Literature, 1 of 56 Books by Women & Nonbinary Writers of Color to Read This Year

Selected from the archives of Catapult magazine, the essays in A Map Is Only One Story highlight the human side of immigration policies and polarized rhetoric, as twenty writers share provocative personal stories of existing between languages and cultures. Learn More
The Tradition

by Jericho Brown; read by JD Jackson

2020 Pulitzer Prize Winner
Lambda Literary Award Winner
2019 National Book Award Finalist
Publishers Weekly Best of 2019

Jericho Brown's daring new book The Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Learn More
A Fortune For Your Disaster

by Hanif Abdurraqib; read by Hanif Abdurraqib

In his much-anticipated follow-up to The Crown Ain't Worth Much, poet, essayist, biographer, and music critic Hanif Abdurraqib has written a book of poems about how one rebuilds oneself after a heartbreak, the kind that renders them a different version of themselves than the one they knew. Learn More
The Politics Industry

by Katherine M. Gehl & Michael E. Porter; read by Stephen R. Thorne

One of 16 New Business Books You Need to Read in 2020 by Inc. magazine

The Politics Industry is an original and completely nonpartisan guide that will open your eyes to the true dynamics and profound challenges of the American political system and provide real solutions for reshaping the system for the benefit of all. Learn More
Man They Wanted Me to Be

by Jared Yates Sexton; read by Jared Yates Sexton

A Big Other Most Anticipated Small Press Book of the Year

The author of The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore turns his keen eye to our current crisis of masculinity, using his upbringing in rural Indiana to examine the personal and societal dangers of the patriarchy. Learn More
The Beauty of Living

by J. Alison Rosenblitt; read by David Colacci

An incisive biography of E. E. Cummings's early life, including his World War I ambulance service and subsequent imprisonment, inspirations for his inventive poetry.
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A House Is a Body

by Shruti Swamy; read by Soneela Nankani

A Must-Read Book of 2020 According to BuzzFeed * Bustle * Electric Literature *Time * Literary Hub

In two-time O. Henry-prize winner Shruti Swamy's debut collection of stories, dreams collide with reality, modernity collides with antiquity, myth with true identity, and women grapple with desire, with ego, with motherhood and mortality. Learn More
The Madwoman and the Roomba

by Sandra Tsing Loh; read by Sandra Tsing Loh

Sandra Tsing Loh, author of The Madwoman and the Volvo, presents her latest book. Learn More
Some Go Home

by Odie Lindsey; read by Wayne Mitchell

A searing debut novel that follows three generations—fractured by murder, seeking redemption—in fictional Pitchlynn, Mississippi. Learn More
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