Meet Fariha Róisín

Fariha is an activist, style icon, and author. Her brand new novel Like a Bird follows Taylia Chatterjee, a biracial woman raised in New York City who is forced to leave home and discovers a community of her own. Addressing the fight for racial justice, sex and love, Like a Bird is as intimate and uplifting as it is harrowing and shockingly honest.

"In lustrous, lyrical language, multifaceted artist Róisín has written an ode to the joy and healing power of self-love. This powerful novel is highly recommended." ―Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW


A Certain Hunger by Chelsea G. Summers

In December, we're publishing a deliciously dark and twisted novel about a food critic who chooses to live life on her own (occasionally cannibalistic) terms. A novel for both foodies and lovers of psychological thrillers, A Certain Hunger is definitely going to be a book people are talking about.

"The perfect novel for smart, cultured, angry women everywhere. With wicked wit, A Certain Hunger educates, entertains, shocks, and delights, and—if you're not careful—may just tempt you to embrace your inner cannibal."
Alma Katsu, author of The Hunger and The Deep

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