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"I Looked for You, I Called Your Name"
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"I Looked for You, I Called Your Name"

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News Watch the Official Trailer for ANNIHILATION! Watch the Official Trailer for ANNIHILATION! December 13, 2017
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The Grip of It stalks the reader through its pages with a silent, grayscale terror, like the brush of a web against your cheek in the dark.

Matt Lewis, Electric Literature

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Not About Cattle
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Not About Cattle

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Hunt’s dreamlike images operate in service to earthbound ideas . . . [She] gets at the myriad ways women work to keep their self-possession in the face of social and interpersonal expectations.

John Williams, The New York Times

The Twinterview
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The Twinterview

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Ultimately, Camp Austen is not about one man or one fan or one Jane Austen Summer Camp. It is about the delight of loving great books, and it is itself a delight. 

Claire Benoit, The Paris Review (Staff Pick)

I Think of it as a Mom-oir
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I Think of it as a Mom-oir

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Things That Helped
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Things That Helped

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Rainbow Baby
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Rainbow Baby

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Welcome to the trippy valleys of southern New Mexico. Your guide: a loquacious wordsmith à la David Foster Wallace.

O Magazine on Acid West by Joshua Wheeler

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This is the genius of Things That Helped: it’s bringing light to an aspect of women’s lives that publishing has thus far turned away from, and it’s doing so with such beauty, with such precision and skill, that these struggles can no longer be ignored.

Katharine Coldiron, Proximity

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It’s been a long wait for Joshua Wheeler’s first book, but it would have been worth the wait even if we’d had to wait twice as long. Full of fine lines mined by a still-young writer, Acid West is worth its weight in gold.

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Kung Fu High School
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Kung Fu High School

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Jace Clayton

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"Weird Utopian Techno-Wonderfulness"
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"Weird Utopian Techno-Wonderfulness"

More than just a relentless page-turner, this amazing novel made me consider the destructive forces that create and nurture much of the savagery plaguing our world . . . I loved and admired The Savage, and feel Bill is one of the most interesting and influential writers working today.

Alan Heathcock, author of Volt

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Jeff VanderMeer

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