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Great State of West Florida

by Kent Wascom; read by Justin Price

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available May

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Flight of the Wild Swan

by Melissa Pritchard; read by Jayne Entwistle

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available April

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Bad Animals

by Sarah Braunstein; read by Carolyn Jania

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

A sexy, propulsive novel that confronts the limits of empathy and the perils of appropriation through the eyes of a disgraced small-town librarian. Learn More
Leaving

by Roxana Robinson; read by Hannah Choi

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

In her boldest and most powerful work to date, Roxana Robinson demonstrates her "trademark gifts as an intelligent, sensitive analyst of family life" (Wendy Smith, Chicago Tribune) in an engrossing exploration of the vows we make to one another, the tensile relationships between parents and their children, and what we owe to others and ourselves. Learn More
I Love You So Much It's Killing Us Both

by Mariah Stovall; read by Trei Taylor

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available April

Susan Choi's Trust Exercise meets Nick Hornby's High Fidelity in a Black woman's coming-of-age story, chronicling a life-changing friendship, the interplay between music fandom and identity, and the slipperiness of sanity. Learn More
City of Blows

by Tim Blake Nelson; read by Tim Blake Nelson

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

Tim Blake Nelson's debut novel is an epic group portrait of four men grappling for control of a script in a radically changing Hollywood, or the City of Blows. Learn More
Riven Rock

by T. C. Boyle; read by Michael Kirby

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available May

Blending social history with some of the most deliciously dark humor ever written, T. C. Boyle employs his hallmark virtuoso prose to tell the story of America's age of innocence—and of a love affair that is as extraordinary as it is unforgettable. Learn More
Twilight Territory

by Andrew X. Pham; read by David Lee Huynh

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available March

A sweeping first novel of love, war, and resistance in post–World War II Vietnam, by the award-winning author of Catfish and Mandala. Learn More
Wild and Distant Seas

by Tara Karr Roberts; read by Natasha Soudek

NEW! Now Available

A gorgeous debut, laced through with magic, following four generations of women as they seek to chart their own futures. Learn More
Sipsworth

by Simon Van Booy; read by Christine Rendel

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available April

Over the course of a single week, a woman who is ready to die discovers an unexpected reason to live. Learn More
The Box

by Mandy Suzanne Wong; read by Michelle H. Lee and Curtis Michael Holland

NEW! Now Available

A stylistically dazzling novel about objects, people, and the forces and seams between them. Learn More
Dialogue with a Somnambulist

by Chloe Aridjis; read by Stacy Gonzalez

NEW! Now Available

Renowned internationally for her lyrically unsettling novels, PEN/Faulkner Award winner Chloe Aridjis now offers listeners her first collection of shorter works, with an introduction by Tom McCarthy. Learn More
Trondheim

by Cormac James; read by Kim Bretton

NEW! Now Available

A son's collapse pulls his two mothers together and apart in a novel that probes the limits of love, hope, and forgiveness. Learn More
In the Lobby of the Dream Hotel

by Genevieve Plunkett; read by Raquel Beattie

NEW! Now Available

A young mother finds herself caught between a love affair and the wrath of her husband, who will do anything to put an end to it—even use his wife's bipolar diagnosis against her. Learn More
From From

by Monica Youn; read by Monica Youn

NEW! Now Available

A must-listen collection by Monica Youn, "one of the most consistently innovative poets working today" (NPR). Learn More
Night Side of the River

by Jeanette Winterson; read by Jeanette Winterson and Vicky Licorish

NEW! Now Available

A captivating collection of ghost stories from "one of the most gifted writers working today" (New York Times), The Night Side of the River is as ingeniously provocative as it is downright spooky. Learn More
Digging Stars

by Novuyo Rosa Tshuma; read by Nene Nwoko

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Blending drama and satire while examining the complexities of colonialism, racism, and what it means to be American, Digging Stars probes the emotional universes of love, friendship, family, and nationhood. Learn More
Landscapes

by Christine Lai; read by Henrietta Meire

NEW! Now Available
Indie Next List

An entrancing and prismatic debut novel by Christine Lai, set in a near future fraught with ecological collapse, Landscapes brilliantly explores memory, empathy, preservation, and art as an instrument for recollection and renewal. Learn More
Dayswork

by Chris Bachelder and Jennifer Habel; read by Jennifer Habel

NEW! Now Available

A startlingly original, incantatory novel about marriage, mortality, and making art. Learn More
Germany, 1923

by Volker Ullrich; translated by Jefferson Chase; read by Christopher Douyard

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From a New York Times bestselling historian comes a gripping account of the crisis that threatened to unravel the Weimar Republic. Learn More
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