We kicked things off with Robert Coover's The Brunist Day of Wrath. In a recent review at the Wall Street Journal, Howard Schneider called the book "[T]he best, most impressive novel I've read in years."
Sara Veglahn's The Mayflies is a poetic exploration of loneliness and transformation. The Mayfliescompassionately approaches ways we might survive our repetitions and find our way home.
Sankya by Zakhar Prilepin is the newest title title out of our DISQUIET imprint. Translated from Russian by Mariya Gusev and Jeff Parker, Prilepin's fantastic novel tells the story of Russian anarchists, who violently oppose the state of their government. This book is a must read for anyone interested in the current tensions between Russia and Ukraine. Read the first chapter here.