With shades of George Saunders, Why Visit America manages to be both fun and socially perceptive.
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Edmund White chronicles the coming-of-age stories of two Texas sisters in a vivid new novel.
Deb Olin Unferth’s darkly comic novel imagines a chicken heist gone wrong—and takes on the factory farming industry.
Set in a creepier version of North Texas, Shaun Hamill's debut novel is equal parts beautiful and terrifying.
Fernando A. Flores’ debut novel paints a vivid, if cynical, portrait of life on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Hall paints a portrait of Oppenheimer through refraction, resulting in a novel that captures his life fully, but indirectly.