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Those Bears (pt. 2) photo
May 24, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Those Bears (pt. 2)

Jarod Roselló

Someone is in trouble! Should I be running toward danger?

Flying Machine (pt. 2) photo
May 17, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Flying Machine (pt. 2)

Lydia Conklin

Flying is dangerous, Lydia. I don't want to die today, do you? 
I guess not.

Some Horns (pt. 2) photo
May 10, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Some Horns (pt. 2)

Nick Francis Potter

Oh, sheesh! ... What the heck?

Sunday Comics photo
May 3, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Sunday Comics

Starting today, we've got a new feature:  "Sunday Comics"! Basically, we're going to start serializing some... more

Some Horns (pt. 1) photo
May 3, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Some Horns (pt. 1)

Nick Francis Potter

Them are SOME horns, aren't they.

Flying Machine (pt. 1) photo
May 3, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Flying Machine (pt. 1)

Lydia Conklin

Hey Elizabeth-- Haven't you ever wanted to fly?

Those Bears (pt. 1) photo
May 3, 2015 | Sunday Comics

Those Bears (pt. 1)

Jarod Roselló

I'm just like everyone else... A person drinking coffee...

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Saul Stories

Elizabeth Ellen

A linked story collection detailing the relationship between the 40-year-old narrator, her eighth-grade daughter, Eli, and her daughter’s best friend, Saul. Includes the Pushcart Prize winning story "Teen Culture."

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Legs Get Led Astray

Chloe Caldwell

The original 2012 essay collection, redesigned and with three new essays by the author.

 

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Person/a

Elizabeth Ellen

"Ellen’s gigantic, circular novel leaves everything on the page. It’s one of the most thoughtful and creative books I’ve read in a long time."
—Chicago Review of Books, "The Best Books of 2017 (So Far)"

"PERSON/A is a fresh take on familiar feelings of loss and obsession. The novel feels like half autobiography, half fiction, and both halves will leave readers stunned."
—The Los Angeles Review

"I’m more stunned than able to decide or articulate what I really feel about Person/a, and that’s marvelous."
—The Lit Pub