“This book is not simply the great American novel; it’s the great novel of las Americas. It’s the great world novel! This is the international story of our times. Masterful.”
También de este lado hay sueños. On this side, too, there are dreams.
Haunting and transcendently twisted, this English-language debut from a Cuban literary star is a tale of race, magic, belief, and fate
A Boston Globe Most Anticipated Book of 2020A Most Anticipated Book of 2020 from The Millions "A stunner--equal parts epic and intimate, thrilling and elegiac."--Laura Van den Berg, author of The Third Hotel
ONE OF THE NEW YORK TIMES 10 BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR
ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR:
Things are topsy-turvy in Lola Cruz's world.
Lola's cousin is getting married, and Lola's in the wedding, dressed like a throwback from a John Hughes movie; her biological clock has started ticking; and the bachelorette party to beat all bachelorette parties is in the works. The evening's events will push all the women past their boundaries--including Lola.
The Book of Lost Saints is an evocative multigenerational Cuban-American family story of revolution, loss, and family bonds from New York Times-bestselling author Daniel José Older.
From a master of contemporary fiction, a tale of bohemian youth on the make in Mexico City
Winner of the 2019 New American Voices Award
Longlisted for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Debut Novel
Longlisted for the Aspen Words Literary Prize
From internationally acclaimed author Margarita Garc a Robayo comes Fish Soup, a unique collection comprising two novellas and the book of short stories Worse Things (winner of the prestigious Casa de las Am ricas Prize).
Set between Cubas twenty years apart, Havana native Teresa Dovalpage’s new murder mystery explores lingering grudges between old friends and lovers separated by Castro's final sanctioned raft exodus.
"A layered portrait of exile, sexual awakening, and family bonds." --The Millions
"Inventive and heady mixture of Spanish and English." --The White Review
In a nameless suburb in an equally nameless country, every house has a room reserved for the president. No one knows when or why this came to be. It's simply how things are, and no one seems to question it except for one young boy.