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A Cowardly Woman No More by Ellen Cooney: Over the course of one fateful day, Trisha Donahue begins to reclaim her courage and discovers secrets in a familiar place. A surprising, quietly dramatic adventure story infused with Ellen Cooney’s warm humor and wisdom.
The Heiress / Ghost Acres by Lightsey Darst: In her most intimate poetry collection yet, Lightsey Darst considers the many facets of maternal power and whether it might guide us toward healing in the wake of history’s horrors.
In Vitro: On Longing and Transformation by Isabel Zapata, translated by Robin Myers: A meditation on in vitro fertilization that expands and complicates the stories we tell about pregnancy.
The Devil of the Provinces by Juan Cardeñas, translated by Lizzie Davis: After a series of failures, a biologist returns to his hometown to live with his grieving mother. But in this gripping crime novel that upends the genre’s conventions, strange events unravel what he thought he knew of his past, his present, and himself.
When the Hibiscus Falls by M. Evelina Galang: Seventeen stories nimbly traversing borderlines, mythic and real, in the lives of Filipino and Filipino American women and their ancestors.
The Plotinus by Rikki Ducornet: The first title in our new NVLA series! Incarcerated for his subversive connection to the old, living world, a prisoner makes the most of his isolation in this captivating allegorical tale about tyranny, conviction, and the enduring power of imagination.
We're Safe When We're Alone by Nghiem Tran: Continuing the NVLA series, Nghiem Tran inverts the haunted house tale, shaping it into a moving exploration of loss, coming of age in a collapsing world, and the battle between isolation and assimilation.