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Must I Go: Lilia Liska has shrewdly outlived three husbands, raised five children, and seen the arrival of seventeen grandchildren. Now she has turned her keen attention to the diary of a long-forgotten man named Roland Bouley, with whom she once had a fleeting affair. Increasingly obsessed with Roland''s intimate history, Lilia begins to annotate the diary with her own rather different version of events, revealing the surprising, long-held secrets of her past. This is a novel about life in all its messy glory, lived on its own terms. With great candor and insight, Yiyun Li navigates the twin poles of grief and resilience, loss and rebirth, that compass a human heart.

Twelve-year-old Miles is one of the last boys alive, and his mother, Cole, will protect him at all costs. On the run after a horrific act of violence-and pursued by Cole''s own ruthless sister, Billie-all Cole wants is to raise her kid somewhere he won''t be preyed on as a reproductive resource or a sex object or a stand-in son. To get there, Cole and Miles must journey across a changed America in disguise as mother and daughter, even as Billie and her sinister crew draw closer. Afterland brilliantly blends psychological suspense, American noir, and science fiction into an adventure all its own.

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New York Times bestselling author Jill McCokle's new novel, Hieroglyphics, has been called "the work of a wonderful writer at her finest and most profound" (Jessica Shattuck).

This is a mesmerizing story about piecing together the hieroglyphics of history and memory.

As the character Lil says, "We all are haunted by something-something we did or didn't do." Click to learn more.

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Writing Hieroglyphics: an essay by Jill McCorkle

I Hold a Wolf by the Ears presents a collection of women on the verge, trying to grasp what''s left of life: grieving, divorced, and hyperaware, searching, vulnerable, and unhinged, they exist in a world that deviates from our own only when you look too closely. With remarkable control and transcendent talent, Laura van den Berg dissolves, in the words of the narrator of "Slumberland," "that border between magic and annihilation," and further establishes herself as a defining fiction writer of our time.

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Written during the early months of lockdown,
Intimations explores ideas and questions prompted by an unprecedented situation. What does it mean to submit to a new reality-or to resist it? How do we compare relative sufferings? What is the relationship between time and work? When an unfamiliar world arrives, what does it reveal about the world that came before it?
At age 19, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natasha Trethewey had her world turned upside down when her former stepfather shot and killed her mother. Grieving and still new to adulthood, she confronted the twin pulls of life and death in the aftermath of unimaginable trauma and now explores the way this experience lastingly shaped the artist she became. Memorial Drive explores this profound experience of pain, loss, and grief as an entry point into understanding the tragic course of her mother''s life and the way her own life has been forged by a legacy of fierce love and resilience.
In this landmark collection spanning three centuries and four waves of feminist activism and writing, Burn it Down! is a testament to what is possible when women are driven to the edge. The manifesto-raging and wanting, quarreling and provoking-has always played a central role in feminism, and it''s the angry, brash feminism we need now.
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