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Plainsong Kent Haruf

In Plainsong, which has been nominated for a National Book Award for Fiction, Kent Haruf conjures life in the Eastern Plains town of Holt, Colorado through a host of characters spanning every season of life while they encounter the most bewildering wonders and cruelties a small town with big skies can offer.
 
Naked Pueblo Mark Jude Poirier

In his debut collection of stories, Naked Pueblo, Mark Jude Poirier takes readers on an edgy, hilarious roller coaster ride through the American Southwest, replete with a quirky, colorful cast of characters. Read an excerpt from Naked Pueblo and an original story by the author.
 
Gore Vidal Fred Kaplan

Essayist, orator, provocateur... Gore Vidal has lived many lives. In the first Gore Vidal biography ever, Fred Kaplan has fleshed out each aspect of his subject's frequently contentious, always brilliant personality.
 
What the Body Remembers Shauna Singh Baldwin

What the Body Remembers introduces a stunning new voice with the lush, eloquent power of Arundhati Roy and the depth and intellectual texture of Rohinton Mistry. In her novel, Shauna Singh Baldwin tells stories about the partition between India and Pakistan as they have never been told before, stories about women and tradition and love and power.
 
Enchanted Night Steven Millhauser

Pulitzer Prize-winner Steven Millhauser's new novella, Enchanted Night, is a pure delight to read. The charming, ethereal tale of a town of dreamers bewitched by moonlight on a sweltering summer night in Connecticut, it is another feather in the cap of this master of American fiction.
 
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