If you loved these Great British Bake Off Contestants, you'll love these eight fiction books for fans of Great British Bake Off, including The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain.
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These campus novels for adults raise questions around race, class, or gender or are simply set in or around campuses, including Real Life by Brandon Taylor.
Despite winning awards, these little-known beautiful and thought-provoking literary fiction books, like Last of Her Name by Mimi Lok, remain criminally underrated.
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Bones in a cauldron, rats with self-esteem, and anthropomorphized sausage: these strange fairy tales are not the stories you're used to!
20th century queer lit reminds us that not only have queer people alway been here, but they've always been just as joyful and complicated. Start with Harlem Shadows by Claude McKay.
Whether you prefer romantic adventures, edge-of-your-seat thrillers, or even horror, these new vacation reads are perfect for your next trip.
These new short story collections from Asian and Asian diaspora voices — including A New Race of Men from Heaven by Chaitali Sen — are insightful, deeply strange, intense, and profound.