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Deaf Republic

by Ilya Kaminsky; read by Ilya Kaminsky

Ilya Kaminsky's astonishing parable in poems asks us, What is silence? Learn More
The Red-Headed Pilgrim

by Kevin Maloney; read by Tim Paige

Provocative, poignant, and resoundingly hilarious, The Red-Headed Pilgrim is the tragicomic tale of an anxious red-head and his sordid pursuit of enlightenment and pleasure (not necessarily in that order). Learn More

by Stephanie Feldman; read by Courtney Patterson

The latest novel from the author of The Angel of Losses. Learn More
The Islands

by Dionne Irving; read by Chante McCormick

2023 Giller Prize Shortlist

Powerful stories that explore the legacy of colonialism, and issues of race, immigration, sexual discrimination, and class in the lives of Jamaican women across London, Panama, France, Jamaica, Florida, and more. Learn More
At the Edge of the Woods

by Kathryn Bromwich; read by Gemma Dawson

With assurance and remarkable dexterity, Kathryn Bromwich's masterful debut novel is a rich, gorgeously descriptive account of a woman hiding from old ghosts and new in the Italian Alps, while rekindling her own sense of self through nature. Learn More

by Victoria Shorr; read by Candace Joice

Victoria Shorr's remarkable gift for depicting the inner lives of complex characters shines in two powerful explorations of family, ambition, class, and status. Learn More
A Ballet of Lepers

by Leonard Cohen; read by Ottessa Moshfegh

Before Leonard Cohen's worldwide fame expanded to fourteen studio albums, Grammy awards, and late-career global tours, he yearned for literary stardom. The Canadian songwriter of iconic hits like "Hallelujah," "Suzanne," and "Famous Blue Raincoat" first ventured into writing in his early twenties, and in A Ballet of Lepers: A Novel and Stories, listeners will discover that the magic that animated Cohen's unforgettable body of work was present from the very beginning of his career. Learn More
New to Liberty

by DeMisty D. Bellinger; read by Mia Ellis

A novel told in three parts, New to Liberty showcases the growth and strength of three unforgettable women as they evolve in a society that refuses to. In lustrous prose, DeMisty Bellinger brings the quiet but treacherous landscape to life, offering a vivid snapshot of mid-century America and keeping listeners guessing until the end as to how these three women are connected. Learn More
This Place That Place

by Nandita Dinesh; read by Deepa Samuel

An impassioned and inventive debut novel about two people earnestly searching for a way to preserve their friendship across seemingly insurmountable political divides. Learn More
Mother Country

by Jacinda Townsend; read by Kellye A. Saunders

A transnational feminist novel about human trafficking and motherhood from award-winning author Jacinda Townsend. Learn More
Bodies of Light

by Jennifer Down; read by Casey Withoos

A must-listen novel from two-time Sydney Morning Herald Young Novelist of the Year, Jennifer Down. Learn More
Voice of the Fish

by Lars Horn; read by Julie Maisey

Lars Horn's Voice of the Fish, the latest Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize winner, is an interwoven essay collection that explores the trans experience through themes of water, fish, and mythology. Learn More
The Hole We're In

by Gabrielle Zevin; read by Mara Wilson

A "sharply funny and sobering . . . portrait of a family in financial free fall" from the New York Times bestselling author of Young Jane Young (People). Learn More
The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida

by Shehan Karunatilaka; read by Shivantha Wijesinha

AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

Winner of the 2022 Booker Prize, The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida is a searing satire set amid the mayhem of the Sri Lankan civil war. Learn More

by Diane Seuss; read by Diane Seuss

A resplendent life in sonnets from the author of Four-Legged Girl, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Learn More
After Sappho

by Selby Wynn Schwartz; read by Daniela Acitelli

An exhilarating debut from a radiant new voice, After Sappho reimagines the intertwined lives of feminists at the turn of the twentieth century. Learn More

by Dizz Tate; read by Eleanor McCormick

Indie Next List
A Belletrist Book Pick
Time Most Anticipated Book
Nylon Most Anticipated Book

The Virgin Suicides meets The Florida Project in this wildly original debut—a coming-of-age story about the crucible of girlhood, from a writer of rare and startling talent. Learn More
Muckross Abbey and Other Stories

by Sabina Murray; read by Kitty Kelly

Sabina Murray has long been celebrated for her mastery of the gothic. Now in Muckross Abbey and Other Stories, she returns to the genre, bringing listeners to haunted sites from a West Australian convent school to the moors of England to the shores of Cape Cod in ten strange tales that are layered, meta, and unforgettable. Learn More

by Clarissa Goenawan; read by David Shih

A mesmerizing novel by the author of Rainbirds and The Perfect World of Miwako Sumida about a young man trying to escape his past in Japan. Learn More
The All-American

by Joe Milan Jr.; read by Jason Vu

Introducing a character as viscerally believable and unforgettable as any in fiction, The All-American is a triumph—full of energy, dark humor, suspense, and hard-won wisdom. Learn More
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