Happy Hour

With the verve and bite of Ottessa Moshfegh and the barbed charm of Nancy Mitford, Marlowe Granados’s stunning début brilliantly captures a summer of striving in New York City.

Toufah

The Woman Who Inspired an African #MeToo Movement
The powerful story of Toufah Jallow, a brilliant & inspiring young woman who bravely bucked taboo & named herself as a survivor of a sexual assault by the country’s dictator—launching an unprecedented protest movement.

The Writer's Cats

From the author of The Elegance of the Hedgehog comes this delightful, delicate tale that pays tribute to the poetry of the everyday, to Japanese philosophy, and to the ingenuity and sardonic humor of cats. A superb, funny, and touching text for writers, readers, fans of Muriel Barbery’s best-selling novels, and cat lovers.

Look at Us

A power couple’s marriage is transformed when the new nanny arrives.

A captivating, trenchant portrait of class and sexual dynamics, Look at Us reveals just how fragile our social arrangements really are.

The River in the Belly

In his debut collection of poetry in English, the widely acclaimed author of Tram 83 returns with a moving lyric meditation on the Democratic Republic of Congo and its namesake river. A moving lyric meditation that explores the identity, chaos, and wonder of the Congo as well as race and the detritus of colonialism.

A World Without Police

If police are the problem, what’s the solution?

Tens of millions of people poured onto the streets for Black Lives Matter. Maher transcribes the ideas of the movement—written in slogans and chants, over occupied bridges and hastily assembled barricades—into a compelling, must-read manifesto for police abolition.

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