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The Spud


Brielle Brilliant's debut novel
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The Spud


Brielle Brilliant's debut novel
now available everywhere

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the spud

A flash-fiction novel for fans of Natural Born Killers and Badlands, The Spud is a puzzle: thinking/watching/living a movie rerun…

Read a preview of the book from a writer that Scott McClanahan says is "doing something really unforgettable with language and narrative and memory and time. The Spud blew me away."

Don't forget: when you buy a print copy of The Spud direct from us you get the e-book free!

 
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Mammother


Zachary Schomburg's debut novel 

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Mammother


Zachary Schomburg's debut novel 

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MAMMOTHER

In acclaimed poet Zachary Schomburg's first novel, the people of Pie Time are suffering from God’s Finger, a mysterious plague that leaves some thing inside a death hole in each victim's chest.

This fabulist tale features a large cast of characters, each struggling with their own tangled relationships to death, money, and love—a story of holding on and letting go in a rapidly growing world.

Read an excerpt of the book Aimee Bender calls "utterly its own thing, strange and wondrous."

Don't forget: when you buy a print copy of Mammother direct from us you get the e-book free!

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the Tennessee Highway death chant


The new novel from Keegan Jennings Goodman — available now directly from Featherproof.

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the Tennessee Highway death chant


The new novel from Keegan Jennings Goodman — available now directly from Featherproof.

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