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A.M. Homes is the author of several novels and a collection of stories. A contributing editor to Vanity Fair, she also writes for Art Forum, The New York Times, and The New Yorker. Among her many awards are Guggenheim and NEA Fellowships. She lives in New York.
 
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Beware Of God (2005)
Shalom Auslander
"The stories in "Beware of God" mark the debut of the freshest voice in Jewish literature since Philip Roth arrived on the scene. Youthful, energetic, wholly original - never has Orthodox Judaism been so appealing ... In these stories not only does God speak - he does it in Dolby Surround sound."
Here They Come
Here They Come (2006)
Yannick Murphy
"Yannick Murphy's long-awaited Here They Come is a unique combination of rare linguistic lyricism with brutal and brilliant prose. It is an unrelenting portrait of family, terrifying for its honesty, its willingness to be ugly and elegant. Haunting."
Beautiful Children
Beautiful Children (2008)
Charles Bock
"Charles Bock has delivered an anxious, angry, honest first novel filled with compassion and clarity. Beautiful Children is fast, violent, sexy and - like a potentially dangerous ride - it could crash at any moment but never does. The language has a rhythm wholly its own - at moments it is stunning, near genius. This book is big and wild - it is as though Bock saved up everything for this moment. A major new talent."
Alice Fantastic
Alice Fantastic (2009)
Maggie Estep
"There is about Maggie Estep's work a directness, a clear determination - a drive to cut through, to break through, to claw through - that is impressive."

Aliens in the Prime of Their Lives (2010)
Brad Watson
"Watson's talent is singular. Truly awesome."

The Color of Night (2011)
Madison Smartt Bell
"A truly unnerving mythical novel that asks us to piece together what is left of a shattered collective unconscious. Bell's devastated, traumatized characters surf the debris of who we are and where we've been."

Happy Family (2016)
Tracy Barone
"Filled with intimate poignancy, deft humor and pitch-perfect dialogue."


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