For fans of All the World and Love, a poetic story that celebrates the littlest things we all need to be happy — and the beauty of sharing with others when we have more to give.
An inspiring true story of human endurance, SPRINTING THROUGH NO MAN’S LAND traces the race of a lifetime and explores how regular but extraordinary people are able to rebuild and unite after catastrophe.
Welcome back to Powerhouse’s fourth Middle Grade Lit Camp!
Virtual Book Launch: Easy Crafts for the Insane by Kelly Williams Brown in conversation with John Moe
In EASY CRAFTS FOR THE INSANE, crafting tutorials serve as the backdrop of a life dissolved, then glued back together. Surprising, humane, and utterly unforgettable, this is a poignant and hysterical look at the unexpected, messy coping mechanisms we use to find ourselves again.
A gorgeously illustrated picture book about a little girl’s leadership, creative thinking, and perseverance, as she works together with friends to build a dream, for fans of Rosie Revere, Engineer.
A TOUCH OF JEN reads as if Ottessa Moshfegh wrote Ingrid Goes West during a fever dream; it’s a piercing critique of wellness as an industry, the self as a brand, and culture mediated through screens, all wrapped up in a wickedly funny comedy of manners that devolves into a gory, psychedelic nightmare.
ARCHWAY EDITIONS PRESENTS the book launch for Stinker Lets Loose and Randy! by Mike Sacks in conversation with Jason Zinoman
Archway Editions brings you STINKER LETS LOOSE and RANDY – two ingenious metanarratives from Vanity Fair’s Mike Sacks that take comedy writing to surreal, uproarious new heights.
A compassionate and riveting investigative look into romantic relationships between incarcerated people and their spouses on the outside from the author of the “mesmerizing” (Elle) Playing Dead and perfect for fans of the #1 New York Times bestseller Three Women.
A fast-paced, thrilling horror novel that follows a group of heroines to die for, from the brilliant New York Times bestselling author of The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires.
Join these two hotly-tipped debut authors as they join us for their first in-person, bookstore launch of THE ATMOSPHERIANS and GOD SPARE THE GIRLS!
As a teen, Anna Qu is sent by her mother to work in her family’s garment factory in Queens. At home, she is treated as a maid and suffers punishment for doing her homework at night. Her mother wants to teach her a lesson: she is Chinese, not American, and such is their tough path in their new country. But instead of acquiescing, Qu alerts the Office of Children and Family Services, an act with consequences that impact the rest of her life.
POWERHOUSE Arena is thrilled to welcome back TAO LIN for the launch of his new book, LEAVE SOCIETY: a bold portrait of a writer working to balance all his lives–as an artist, a son, and a loner.
Poems about pop culture, mortality, and the internet, written during the Coronavirus pandemic—for readers who are more likely to double-tap Instapoems than put their phone down long enough to read The Decameron.
In a YA thriller that is Crazy Rich Asians meets One of Us is Lying, students at an elite prep school are forced to confront their secrets when their ex-best friend turns up dead.
Lemony Snicket’s books are beloved by millions of children all over the world, having sold more than 70 million copies, been translated into 40 languages and adapted for both screen and stage. Now, his devoted readers, so many of whom have grown into adulthood, will be delighted by his upcoming release (his first in six years): POISON FOR BREAKFAST.
Set in an economic dystopia that’s just around the corner, Sensation Machines is both an endlessly twisty novel of big ideas, and a brilliantly observed human drama that grapples with greed, automation, universal basic income, wearable tech, revolutionary desires, and a broken justice system.
With the verve and bite of Ottessa Moshfegh and the barbed charm of Nancy Mitford, Marlowe Granados’s stunning début brilliantly captures a summer of striving in New York City.
Long nights, empty stomachs, and impulsive cravings haunt the stories of I’m Not Hungry But I Could Eat. A college grad reunites with a high school crush when invited to his bachelor party, a lonely cat-sitter wreaks havoc on his friends’ apartment, happy hour french fries leave more than grease on lips and fingers, and, squeezed into a diner booth, one man eats past his limit for the sake of friendship. Exploring the lives of bisexual and gay Puerto Rican men, these fifteen stories show a vulnerable, intimate world of yearning and desire.