On Our Radar: Late July Releases

 On Our Radar:

Extra Attention

 Former longtime NYT chief book critic Michiko Kakutani publishes her first book of nonfiction, The Death of Truth: Notes on Falsehood in the Age of Trump (Tim Duggan Books, 7/17).

Ecco associate publisher Miriam Parker debuts her novel, The Shortest Way Home (Dutton, 7/31).

And Jules Feiffer’s The Ghost Script: A Graphic Novel (Liveright, 7/31) concludes his trilogy.

Spotlight: Small Presses

Each month we spotlight key small press titles, including:

  • Bernardo Atxaga, Nevada Days (Graywolf Press, 7/10)
  • James Brydon, The Moment Before Drowning (Akashic Books, 7/3)
  • Heid E. Erdrich (editor), New Poets of Native Nations (Graywolf Press, 7/10)
  • William Gay, The Lost Country (Dzanc Books, 7/10)
  • Samantha Hunt, The Seas (Tin House Books, 7/10) – A reissue of the novel by the author of The Dark Dark.
  • Amy Fusselman, Idiophone (Coffee House Press, 7/3)
  • Victoria Patterson, The Secret Habit of Sorrow: Stories (Counterpoint, 7/17)
  • Roy Scranton, We’re Doomed. Now What?: Essays on War and Climate Change (Soho Press, 7/17)
  • Paul Seward, Patient Care: Death and Life in the Emergency Room (Catapult, 7/3)
Literary Favorites and Emerging Talents

Among titles sure to attract attention this month are:

Debut Fiction

New voices making their first appearances include:

Commercial Fiction

Some of the big names and talents launching new books in the second half of July:


Prominent and notable authors with new nonfiction releases:

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