“The Hollow Kind” Is More Than Just a Haunted House Novel

Andy Davidson’s new novel, “The Hollow Kind,” delivers deliciously delightful Southern gothic horror.

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The Suburbs Aren’t What They Seem in “Suburban Death Project”

The veil of “cookie-cutter pleasantness” is lifted in Aimee Parkison’s short story collection, “Suburban Death Project.” on suburban America.

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“Valley of Shadows” Is a Supernatural Genre Fusion that Sheds Light on Real Issues

A review of Rudy Ruiz’s new novel, “Valley of Shadows.”

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“Furnace Creek”: Lyrical, Memorable, and Character-Driven

The richness of the characters in Joseph Allen Boone’s novel, “Furnace Creek,” is what makes the book work brilliantly.

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We Should All Give a Shit About What Happened to Carlotta

A review of James Hannaham’s new novel, “Didn’t Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlotta.”

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“The Unfolding” Explores How People Desperately Cling to Ideology in the Face of Alienation

A review of A.M. Homes’ novel, “The Unfolding.”

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Judith Turner-Yamamoto on Dirt, Memories, and “Loving the Dead and Gone”

An interview with Judith Turner-Yamamoto on her novel, “Loving the Dead and Gone.”

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