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Playful, absurdist, and description obsessed, The Frustratingly Insufficient Gatsby is a wild and bizarre ride through the mind of story-game writer Jackson Tegu. It's weird fun for fans of Italo Calvino, Gertrude Stein, and Alejandro Zambra.

"It was a thin package; a letter. The letter was from a publishing house which I'd never heard of, regretting to inform me that they wouldn't be able to publish the manuscript I hadn't sent them...[ continued ]

The long-awaited book from Jonas of the Cheer the Eff Up and Fixer Eraser zine. Released on Olympia's Sweet Candy Press.

"The Greatest Most Traveling Circus is an anthology of stories about vampires and superheroes, gypsy curses, giant killer robots, psychics, love potions, bar fights over stolen angel wings, imaginary monsters, magical traveling pants and the devil as a red-headed con man...[ continued ]

"In her debut collection of stories, Pretend We Live Here, Genevieve Hudson explores the idea of home and what it means to find one: in the body, in the world, in other people. Her characters are seekers, whose actions are influenced by their slippery identities and by the strange landscapes that surround them."

Released through Future Tense Books. 172 pages, trade paperback...[ continued ]