Fiction and essays by Rikki Ducornet
To celebrate the release of her latest novel, Trafik, all Coffee House titles by Rikki Ducornet are available here at a special price. From the feral children of Brightfellow to the acrobatic essays of The Deep Zoo to the deeply troubled psychoanalyst in Netsuke, dive into these books from the singular mind of Rikki Ducornet.
Please note that Trafik is a preorder and will ship separately to arrive on the date of its publication.
About the Author
Rikki Ducornet is a transdisciplinary artist. Her work is animated by an interest in nature, Eros, tyranny and the transcendent capacities of the creative imagination. She is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, and artist, and her fiction has been translated into fifteen languages. Her art has been exhibited internationally, most recently with Amnesty International’s traveling exhibit I Welcome, focused on the refugee crisis. She has received numerous fellowships and awards including an Arts and Letters Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Bard College Arts and Letters Award, the Prix Guerlain, a Critics’ Choice Award, and the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction. Her novel The Jade Cabinet was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.