• The cover of the book Sabrina & Corina

    Sabrina & Corina

    Sabrina & Corina, a beautiful and heart-rending collection of short stories centered on women of Indigenous descent and set in the ever-changing landscape of Colorado, is an absolute must-read. Themes of trauma and strength, death and life, modernity and heritage propel the raw, emotional narratives forward. Fajardo-Anstine’s characters will draw you in and pull at your heartstrings—but you’ll be saddest when you’ve reached the book’s final pages.

  • The cover of the book Orange World and Other Stories

    Orange World and Other Stories

    This masterfully crafted collection from Pulitzer Prize finalist Karen Russell features stories that use ordinary life as a launching point for wonderfully bizarre, otherworldly narratives. You’ll find a teenager who falls in love with a 2,000-year-old girl lifted from a bog, a desperate mother who makes an unusual deal with the devil, a rancher raising a tornado, and so much more. Mysterious, fantastical, and limitlessly imaginative, this is magical realism done right.

  • The cover of the book Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory

    Someone Who Will Love You in All Your Damaged Glory

    If you watch BoJack Horseman, you’ll want to pick up its creator’s debut book. Bob-Waksberg infuses the love-inspired short stories with his signature dark humor. They’re sometimes strange, sometimes silly, but fully relatable to anyone who’s ever loved or been heartbroken.

  • The cover of the book Odd Partners

    Odd Partners

    Mystery fans should check out this anthology, edited by bestselling author Anne Perry, that presents riveting new tales centered on unlikely mystery duos, from pairs who solve crimes to those who commit them. With 19 short stories from some of the genre’s biggest names, including Joe R. Lansdale, Jacqueline Winspear, and William Kent Krueger, Odd Partners offers a wide variety of writing styles and will keep you guessing as you flip the pages.

  • The cover of the book All the Names They Used for God

    All the Names They Used for God

    The stories in All the Names They Used for God meditate on faith and science, and where they intersect in today’s world and imagined ones. It’s hard to believe this book is a debut title; Sachdeva’s critically acclaimed collection covers tons of thematic ground and defies genre, deftly dancing between science fiction, horror, magical realism, and realistic plots. It’s an utterly fascinating collection.

  • The cover of the book You Think It, I'll Say It

    You Think It, I'll Say It

    You Think It, I’ll Say It delves into the complex dramas behind our most everyday interactions. We’re talking jealousy, betrayal, love, appearances, politics, and gender roles in today’s world. It’s an effortless-feeling collection that uncovers some of our deepest, sometimes darkest emotions—conveyed with a surprisingly empathetic hand. And just when you think you know where a story’s going, Sittenfeld throws in a twist. It’s the kind of book you want to read and discuss with friends, to find out which stories stuck with them (or maybe felt too real) and why.

  • The cover of the book The Largesse of the Sea Maiden

    The Largesse of the Sea Maiden

    In each of these five poignant stories, a narrator looks back on his life and the ghosts of his past. It’s a rumination about death, love, mistakes, and what it means to grow old. It’s haunting and moving, particularly because The Largesse of the Sea Maiden was the last book that Johnson wrote before his death in 2017. If you haven’t read his work before, this one will surely inspire you to visit his older works.

  • The cover of the book Exhalation


    You may know Ted Chiang from Stories of Your Life and Others, the book that inspired the Oscar-nominated movie Arrival. Exhalation is a captivating collection of stories that highlights his undeniable talent for building worlds and dropping you right in the middle of them. This new release contains nine stories, including a few brand-new tales, and belongs on every science fiction fan’s bookshelf.