Sheila Heti wows readers once again with her unapologetic, unusual, and unfailingly original approach to timeless subjects. In her latest novel, PURE COLOUR, Mira grapples with the death of her father in light of the dissolution of another love and looks for a way forward. PURE COLOUR An Indie Next pick! “Mixing the spiritual, philosophical, […]
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The New Yorker’s Favorites from 2011
The reviewers at The New Yorker have selected their favorites from 2011 in both fiction and nonfiction and we're proud to see so many of our titles on their list!
THE ANATOMY OF A MOMENT by Javier Cercas, translated by Anne McLean
THE CHAIRS ARE WHERE THE PEOPLE GO by Misha Glouberman, with Sheila Heti
MOLOTOV'S MAGIC LANTERN by Rachel Polonsky
ADVENTURES IN ORGASMATRON by Christopher Turner
FICTION AND POETRY
TOUCH by Henri Cole
TRAIN DREAMS by Denis Johnson
LIFE ON MARS by Tracy K. Smith
COMING TO THAT by Dorothea Tanning
Read the full list from The New Yorker here.