Fish is an idealistic young composer whose life is in meltdown. Gabrielle is an archaeologist who has uncovered something frightening and needs to get away. The couple escape to economically decimated Greece where they take up residence at the abandoned house of Fish's late father.
The arrival of a rebellious lifeguard, a love-struck schoolteacher and an Albanian puppeteer, prompts Fish to follow his utopian dream of creating a new society. But as the heat of the Greek summer rises and tensions in the fledgling 'republic' increase, the unspoilt Aegean shoreline plays host to a series of unexplained events that threatens the future of the community.
With the sounds of Fish's imaginary orchestra playing throughout, Thimio's House builds towards an emotional crescendo and a shocking revelation.
Lyrical and satirical, funny and sad, sensuous and intellectual, gentle and traumatic, John Kefala Kerr's remarkable debut novel is about the raw unhappiness of modern society and an ancient vision of utopia.
Amidst the clamour of life, the sound of loneliness is the most deafening of all.
Damon, an aimless twenty-something drug dealer with a secret past, searches for his missing girlfriend after betraying their supplier.
Stories of language, the mind, absence and the gutter.
Caleb J. Ross
The child he loves. The idea of a child, he's beginning to understand, is where everything will go wrong.
Ryan Elliot Wilson
Lost-and-found siblings and a burned-out English teacher embark on journeys across America to the dark heart of a murderous father.
edward j rathke
Twilight of the Wolves follows three people's journey through a world ravaged by war as they try to understand what humanity is.
In a coma, and with his family in disrepair, can Richard make peace with himself and them?
An ambitious publisher goes bankrupt, leaving behind a catalogue of extraordinary and improbable books. The characters in After the End all confront, in different ways, the question: what happens once everything is over and done with?
Anthony David Jacques
Eighteen going on dead, Ezekiel Downs has sensed his demise for years and now, with only weeks to live, he may have finally met his savior.
During one sleepless night, the night of All Saints Day before the dawn of the Day of the Dead, the protagonist of this powerful novella wrestles with a cast of inner demons.