Eye on the Indies
A look at Indie book writers and their publishers: a great resource for writers seeking not only notable reads, but publishers to query for their own manuscripts. And for readers seeking quality literary reads.
Robert Tougias catalogues a year of bird encounters in "a delightful memoir about his life as a birder," illustrated by Mark Szantyr.
In INCLUDE ME OUT, forthcoming in translation from Transit Books, María Sonia Cristoff has managed to defy genres and fit in a wide variety of subjects.
In LAST OF HER NAME, Mimi Lok's "distinct and unifying idea is merely a literary search for what constitutes belonging, but her findings are significant."
Johanna Skibsrud records ten years of thoughts about the concept of “nothing" in her new book of eleven essays.
Oakland attorney Maya Ramesh has a giant lemur marching around her house. In her debut novel, Anita Felicelli opens up so many current problems of exploitation, freedom, walls, loss of autonomy, illusions, and unrealizable dreams.
In this inaugural volume of the New Oceania Literary Series from the University of Hawai’i Press, islanders of Micronesia address centuries of still-festering wounds inflicted on their atolls by the world.
Dottoressa is not your typical autobiography. Susan Levenstein's cross-cultural perspective in her engaging memoir creates an in-depth comparison of two healthcare systems as well as two lifestyles.
A "thought-provoking debut collection" from Janice Margolis features five short stories spanning cultures, countries, perspectives, and more.
"In an amazingly lovely way, Christian Kiefer has offered a cautionary tale for current times." Lanie Tankard reviews "a 2019 standout title."
"Author Duanwad Pimwana captures everyday life in Thailand with detailed observations presented through the eyes of one deserted little boy...in a way that bypasses sadness and borders at times on humor."