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Novel paints complex picture of artists in 1930s Paris

February Houses: Paris is yearning. Published Sep 30, 2014

Background stories: F’Greene-published short story collection digs up the past

February Houses: Regrets? They’ve had a few — and it makes for great reading! Published Sep 9, 2014

High-caliber epistles: A philosopher tackles two men of letters

February Houses: A new tome published by Brooklyn’s Punctum Books offers a commentary on missives between two French philosophers. Published Jul 29, 2014

Novel set in swingers club is about more than just sex (but also that)

February Houses: Is there a subject more inexhaustibly interesting than the sex lives of the sexually inexhaustible? Published Jun 30, 2014

Driving the plot: Brooklyn author pens novel about crime-solving cabbie

Books: This writer is no hack — but his main character is. Published Jun 18, 2014

A long, deranged trip it was

February Houses: The far-off setting is all the same to the self-involved characters in this novel from Williamsburg publisher Autonomedia. Published May 24, 2014

A very novel novel: Dumbo-published thriller penned by anonymous author collective

February Houses: This historical thriller offers an intriguing look at some fresh fictional possibilities. Published Apr 21, 2014

The dictator rises again: Dumbo publisher resurrects weighty Latin American lit

February Houses: “Reasons of State,” Alejo Carpentier’s massive novel of Latin American politics, brings us first-person close to the life and times of a brutal dictator in the early 1900s. Published Mar 18, 2014

Little book of horrors: ‘Murder’ is brimming with bad news

February Houses: The title of the book gives away the plot. Published Feb 17, 2014

‘A Long Day in November’ is a young adult book for everyone

February Houses: This locally-published novel has a lot to offer readers of any age. Published Jan 14, 2014

‘Iron Bound’ draws on Jersey’s greaser gangs

February Houses: For the crime-story aficionado on your holiday list, it is hard to imagine a better gift than Brendan Leach’s “Iron Bound,” a graphic novel from Brooklyn indie-comics powerhouse Secret Acres. “Iron Bound” offers the reader immersion in the milieu of 1961 New Jersey greaser gangs — outlaw kids forging adult identities in the same working-class neighborhood in which they grew up. Published Dec 18, 2013

Refracted light is ‘Blinding’ in new novel from Gowanus small press

Books: A new translation of Mircea Cartarescu’s novel tugs the reader down the twisted lanes of Bucharest and of memory. Published Nov 12, 2013

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