Curl up by the fire with these must-read titles released this fall from local authors.
Eileen Myles throws canine lovers a bone with Afterglow (A Dog Memoir), her heartfelt and witty investigation into the bond between pet and owner that’s based on her dog who she found in a street litter in 1990.
Skylar Kergil documented his transition to male as a teenager with weekly posts on YouTube, and he shares more of his story in Before I Had the Words.
A Dream Between Two Rivers: Stories of Liminality is an inventive short story collection from KL Pereira that details the lives of women, children and immigrants.
National Book Award winner M.T. Anderson sets up a future where aliens invade peacefully but their advancements lead to poverty for many, including the teenage protagonist in his newest young-adult novel, Landscape with Invisible Hand.
In Stumbling Blocks: Roman Poems, Karl Kirchwey uses the landscape of Rome as the setting and inspiration for his collection of poems set to be released on Oct. 15 that analyze the human experience.
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