Indies Introduce

29 Jun
Star Knights by Kay Davault

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Kay Davault

“An absolutely charming woodland fantasy that will appeal to fans of Garlic & the VampireAster & the Accidental Magic, and the much beloved Steven Universe.” said Nicole Brinkley of Oblong Books in Rhinebeck, New York.

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15 Jun
Anna Gracia, author of Boys I Know

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Anna Gracia

Boys I Know is Judy Blume’s Forever for the modern age, carrying with it the expectations of family, academics, and relationships. June’s journey through senior year is all too relatable in all of its messy, soul-searching glory.” said Andrew King of The Secret Garden Bookshop in Seattle, Washington.

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08 Jun
Grown Ups by Marie Albert

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Marie Aubert

“Marie Aubert writes what we all want to say but society tells us that we should not. Grab a copy and be ready for a story you will soon not forget.” said Anne Frey of Watermark Books & Café in Wichita, Kansas.

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08 Jun
Morgan Talty, author of Night of the Living Rez

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Morgan Talty

“Talty’s writing about reservation life has a way of making experiences feel both universally human and also uniquely Native American. At times hilarious, and at other times heartrending, this book will immerse you in the way the best literature does.” said Destinee Hodge of East City Bookshop in Washington, DC.

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01 Jun
Last Summer on State Street by Toya Wolfe

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Toya Wolfe

“A coming-of-age story in which the setting is as much of a character as Fe Fe, our twelve-year-old protagonist...This debut novel will stay with you long after you finish the last page.” said Anne Frey of Watermark Books & Café in Wichita, Kansas

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25 May
This Place is Still Beautiful by XiXi Tian

An Indies Introduce Q&A With XiXi Tian

“There is so much packed in this novel and I am in awe of its beauty. I was blown away by this story and you will be too!” said Joseline Diaz of Kepler’s Books in Menlo Park, California.

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25 May
Voice of the Fish by Lars Horn

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Lars Horn

“Lovers of art who challenge your way of seeing the world will find a happy home in Voice of the Fish,” said Max Ruthless of Foggy Pines Books in Boone, North Carolina.

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18 May
Jesmeen Kaur Deo, author of TJ Powar has Nothing to Lose

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Jesmeen Kaur Deo

“This book is a deeply feminist deconstruction of beauty standards AND a swoon-worthy academic rivals-to-lovers romance,” said Kassie King of The Novel Neighbor in Webster Groves, Missouri.

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18 May
David Santos Donaldson

An Indies Introduce Q&A With David Santos Donaldson

“Beautifully written and discerningly plotted. Lovers of Baldwin (and everyone else, honestly) won’t be able to put it down,” said Max Ruthless of Foggy Pine Books in Boone, North Carolina.

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11 May
Nuclear Family

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Joseph Han

“Smart, funny, sad, bawdy, sweet and sour; if this book were pizza it would be a hot, delicious ham and pineapple,” said Jonathan Hawpe of Carmichael’s Bookstore in Louisville, Kentucky.

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11 May
Hell Followed With Us

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Andrew Joseph White

“This is what horror can and should be,” said Cliff Helm of Left Bank Books in St. Louis, Missouri.

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04 May
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30 Mar
Kerri ní Dochartaigh, author of Thin Places

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Kerri ní Dochartaigh

“Superbly beautiful, raw, heartbreaking writing that takes its place among the stars.” said BJ Hegedus of PostalWorks Silver Lake in Los Angeles, California

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23 Mar
Blair Fell, author of The Sign for Home

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Blair Fell

“I highly recommend this novel — it's a much needed, refreshing read!” said Katrina Bright-Yerges of Books & Company in Ocomonowoc, Wisconsin.

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15 Mar
Judy Lin, author of Magic Steeped in Poison

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Judy I. Lin

Casey Gerken said of the debut, “Full of magic, history and mythology, this book is a quiet climb to the top of the biggest hill on the roller coaster and you can’t wait to get to the other side!"

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