“This immersive story is a soaring exploration of what ‘freedom’ truly means. Libertie is an elegantly layered, beautifully rendered tour de force that is not to be missed.” —Roxane Gay Readers are raving about Libertie—and that’s before they even open up Kaitlyn Greenidge‘s exquisite, epic, intimate new novel. The gorgeous jacket illustration by Laurindo FelicianoContinue reading

Be sure to check out these four fabulous reads—all now in paperback— about family and home and connection in their many forms. Use the discount code FLOWERS for 20 percent off these books on Workman.com: Why We Swim by Bonnie Tsui: This Time and NPR best book of 2020 is “a fascinating and beautifully writtenContinue reading

Celebrate Earth Day 2021 with some great environmental literature! And pre-order Clean Air, the cli-fi novel exploring the beauty and harshness of nature and the role we play within it, coming in February 2022. Why We Swim by Bonnie Tsui An immersive, unforgettable, and eye-opening perspective on swimming—and on human behavior itself. We swim inContinue reading

During these pandemic days of quarantining and social distancing, our authors have done quite a few—a whole darn bunch!—of virtual events, but we’re not sure we’ve ever had such a star-studded, jam-packed night of events as this Thursday, April 8. We hope you can join us for at least one (if not all) of theseContinue reading

In this much-anticipated follow-up to her debut novel and Booker Prize finalist, Elmet, brilliant young British writer Fiona Mozley turns her keen eye from the gothic woods of Yorkshire to the streets and pubs and cafés of contemporary London. Read this excerpt from Hot Stew  (available April 20), a stunning novel set in an unassumingContinue reading

Critically acclaimed and Whiting Award–winner Kaitlyn Greenidge returns Libertie, a brilliant new novel—one of the most anticipated of the year! Read this excerpt, the opening of an unforgettable story about one young Black girl’s attempt to find a place where she can be fully, and only, herself. I saw my mother raise a man fromContinue reading