Our titles have been named to NPR’s Best Books of the Year and have been winners and finalists for the International Latino Book Award, the Thurber Prize, and Indiefab.

Kirsten Imani Kasai, The House of Erzulie
Novel of obsessions, racial guilt, and family secrets on an 1850s Louisiana plantation. Editors' Choice, Historical Novels Review.

Stephanie Allen, Tonic and Balm
In 1919 a traveling medicine show, featuring both black and white performers, reels in rural audiences with variety acts and patent-medicine flimflam. Forthcoming, February 5, 2019.

Yi Shun Lai, Not a Self-Help Book: The Misadventures of Marty Wu
Marty Wu, compulsive reader of advice manuals, ricochets between a stressful job in New York and the warmth of extended family in Taiwan. Semi-Finalist, 2017 Thurber Prize for American Humor.

Vanessa Garcia, White Light
A young Cuban-American artist distills her grief, rage, and love onto the canvas. An NPR Best Book of 2015. First Prize, 2016 International Latino Book Awards.

Robin Parks, Egg Heaven: Stories
Lyrical tales of diner waitresses and their customers, living the un-glamorous life in Southern California.

Lynn Kanter, Her Own Vietnam
Decades after serving as a U.S. Army nurse in Vietnam, a woman confronts buried wartime memories and unresolved family issues. Silver Award, INDIEFAB Book of the Year, War & Military Fiction.

The Female Complaint: Tales of Unruly Women
Short story anthology featuring nonconformists, troublemakers, and other indomitable women. Edited by Rosalie Morales Kearns. Finalist, INDIEFAB Book of the Year.

Mary A. Hood, All the Spectral Fractures
New and collected poems by the microbiologist/naturalist/poet.