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

‘Tis the season for reading and receiving. Along with the books you’re picking out for everyone else this holiday, remember to choose a good read or two for yourself. Tiny Love by Larry Brown “Larry Brown wrote the way the best singers sing: with honesty, grit, and the kind of raw emotion that stabs youContinue reading

We’re excited that four amazing Algonquin authors—from clockwise from top left: Jaquira Diaz, Gabriel Bump,Tim Mason, and Brock Clarke—will be joining us at Book Expo in New York this week. Here’s a little bit about each of their upcoming books:   The Darwin Affair by Tim Mason London, June 1860: When an assassination attempt isContinue reading

Bestselling author Tim Johnston has done it again with his upcoming novel, The Current, centered around a shocking murder and its continued impact on the small Minnesota town where it occurred. In addition to this tour de force novel, Johnston wrote an entertaining essay on the subject of childhood guilt and innocence, which you canContinue reading

Intrepid former Algonquin intern David Bradley and his trusty sidekick, Lucky the Leprechaun, hit the road for a tour of (almost all) the coolest, hippest, greatest indie bookstores in the United States. Join us for the journey… HOUSTON — Houston is hot. I’m sure you know this intellectually, but it’s a whole other story when you come sun-to-face with theContinue reading

Today is the Final Vinyl Day for the October Lucky 7 titles — All McCorkle, All Month. Get these Jill McCorkle e-books for just $1.99 before they turn into pumpkins (or just regularly priced e-books). And each one has a FREE preview chapter of Jill’s upcoming novel, Life After Life. “It’s part of McCorkle’s giftContinue reading