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Sarabande Books: Bright Scythe by Tomas Transtromer translated by Patty Crane

Sarabande Books: Bright Scythe by Tomas Transtromer translated by Patty Crane

Smote reads like an apparition that haunts a racially segregated American  South, told through the eyes of a boy confronted by ghosts. Kimbrell  presents a landscape of apartment complexes, featureless bars, shotguns,  unemployment, and chemically tainted creeks. In language that combines the  lushness and comic candor of Faulkner and O’Connor, Kimbrell’s formal  mastery tempers an elegiac book.

Smote, James Kimbrell

Philosophical and philistine, hedonistic and heady, multi-tongued, Kevin Holden is rightful inheritor of the purple mantle of Tom Eliot.

Philosophical and philistine, hedonistic and heady, multi-tongued, Kevin Holden is rightful inheritor of the purple mantle of Tom Eliot.

Available for preorder. Publication date October 1, 2016.  Him, Me, Muhammad Ali is Randa Jarrar’s first and absolutely stellar short  story collection.  In the title story, a misunderstood family anecdote  becomes central to a young woman’s journey to come to terms with her  father’s death. Bouncing between Cairo, New York, Palestine, Sydney,  Jackson, Istanbul, and more, Randa’s stories brilliantly capture our world,  sometimes refracted through the mythic, but always grounded in vivid…

Him, Me, Muhammad Ali, Randa Jarrar

Sarabande Books nonprofit literary press dedicated to publishing quality poetry, short fiction, and essay.

Sarabande Books: Father Brother Keeper by Nathan Poole

Father Brother Keeper (Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction) by Nathan Poole, This memorable collection of reflective short stories about commonplace tragedies showcases a gentle, painstakingly accurate writing voice.

Bret Easton Ellis and Other Dogs by Lina Wolff

5 Small Press Books to Read in January

Excellent books coming out this month from independent presses

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