Everything about Jane of Battery Park is unexpected, precarious, paranoid, and quirky. Viner’s dialogue is at once banal, punchy, and self-aware, with as many laugh-out-loud moments as kick-in-the-gut ones.
A dynamic collection of contemporary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction by North American Muslims. From the Introduction: “The goal with this anthology is to represent that full range of contemporary expressions […]
Havana breathes, swears and cries in Dariel Suárez’s first novel, The Playwright’s House (Red Hen Press, 2021). With a plot that blends family stories and national history, this is a beautifully layered […]