'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

'Eros and Dust' by Trebor Healey

All in all, Eros and Dust is rather ambitious. The stories are constructed of thick, revealing narratives that offer a great deal of insight about the heroes and hapless within its pages… read more

‘The Jungle Around Us’ by Anne Raeff

The slow, measured prose of these nine interrelated tales approaches big topics—loneliness, belonging, death, fear—and yet, Anne Raeff’s stories are intimate, character driven, and incredibly subtle… read more