Something So Clear: by Kapil Das
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Something So Clear: by Kapil Das

Photographic studies of India seem to fall into clichés from depictions of poverty to the…

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Acid West: by Joshua Wheeler
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Acid West: by Joshua Wheeler

Acid West executes the delicate balancing act between staying rooted in a single specific space…

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Not Pretty Enough: by Gerri Hirshey
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Not Pretty Enough: by Gerri Hirshey

Not Pretty Enough helps present a fully-formed portrait of this most public of personae in…

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Dream Trippers: by David A. Palmer & Elijah Siegler
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Dream Trippers: by David A. Palmer & Elijah Siegler

Hide: by Matthew Griffin
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Hide: by Matthew Griffin

Too often, literary gays die young or are left in perfect stasis. Hide’s characters grow…

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Guardian Angels and Other Monsters: by Daniel H. Wilson
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Guardian Angels and Other Monsters: by Daniel H. Wilson

With Guardian Angels and Other Monsters Wilson offers us 14 of his finest futures that…

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Astral Weeks: A Secret History of 1968: by Ryan H. Walsh
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Operation Chaos: by Matthew Sweet
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Operation Chaos: by Matthew Sweet

Operation Chaos is an exercise in narrative disorder, its story jumping around and taking as…

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House of the Sleeping Beauties: by Yasunari Kawabata
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House of the Sleeping Beauties: by Yasunari Kawabata

The three pieces included in this collection all show a unique side of this legendary…

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The Big Book of Rogues and Villains: Edited by Otto Penzler
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The Big Book of Rogues and Villains: Edited by Otto Penzler

This is a book for the lover of stories of heists, con artists, forgers and…

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