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Purchase BOA Editions' entire 2011 collection of books for $110.00! This 11-book package includes all titles from our spring 2011 season: Ennui Prophet by Christopher Kennedy, Your Father on the Train of Ghosts by John Gallaher and G.C. Waldrep, Walking the Dog's Shadow by Deborah Brown, This New and Poisonous Air by Adam McOmber, and Remnants of Another Age by Nikola Madzirov, as well as all titles from our fall 2011 season: Transfer by Naomi Shihab Nye, Gospel Night by Michael Waters, Kingdom Animalia by Aracelis Girmay, The Hands of Strangers by Janice N. Harrington, To Assume a Pleasing Shape by Joseph Salvatore, and House Inspections by Carsten Rene Nielsen.
Put the entire 2011 collection on your bookshelf today!
Purchase the entire Fall 2011 collection of titles for a deep discount of $72.00!
This 6-book package includes: Transfer by Naomi Shihab Nye; Gospel Night by Michael Waters; Kingdom Animalia by Aracelis Girmay; The Hands of Strangers by Janice N. Harrington; To Assume a Pleasing Shape by Joseph Salvatore; and House Inspections by Carsten Rene Nielsen.
Put the entire Fall 2011 collection on your bookshelf today!
The characters in this debut short story collection search for meaning through the crucible of sex. Joseph Salvatore’s top-notch literary writing coaxes readers into murky territories as characters spiral deeper into existential rabbit holes.
Translated from the Polish by Piotr Florczyk and Boris Dralyuk
A Bilingual Edition
Dariusz Sośnicki’s poems open our eyes to the sublime just beneath the surface of the mundane: a train carrying children away from their parents for summer vacation turns into a ravenous monster; a meal at a Chinese restaurant inspires a surreal journey through the zodiac; a malfunctioning printer is a reminder of the ghosts that haunt us no matter where we find ourselves. This bilingual edition is a dream-book of earthly delights.
Winner of the 2nd Annual BOA Short Fiction Prize
A Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2014
Alternately chilling, funny, devastating, and hopeful, these 17 stories examine the course of humiliation, introducing us to a theater critic who winds up in a hot tub with the actress he routinely savages in reviews; a biographer who struggles to discover why a novelist stopped writing; a student who contends with her predatory professor; and the startling scenario of the last satyr meeting his last woman. Upton’s characters backtrack into the past, then make their way forward with humiliation as their guide.
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