'The Tower of the Antilles' by Achy Obejas

Cuba’s distinctive history and culture shape The Tower of Antilles with the unique negotiations with identity, memory and the idea of home that complicate the lives of the residents, exiles, and expatriates alike…. read more

‘The Lauras’ by Sara Taylor

The Lauras is many types of book: it is a road trip book, a coming-of-age tale, a mother-child story; it is full of ghosts and yearning and sacrifice and discovery…. read more

'Noteworthy' by Riley Redgate

Noteworthyfollows the journey of Jordan Sun, a young artist seeking recognition for her talent, through any alternative means necessary, even if that includes disguising herself as a boy… read more

'Less' by Andrew Sean Greer

Greer engages with questions of aging, love, and success through a contemporary lens with both wit and keen sensitivity… read more

‘The Winder Path’ by Lyn Dowland

Taking The Winder Path is an encouraging and restorative journey. Written with a definite British flavor and an aura of mystery, Lyn Dowland delivers a transporting story…. read more