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TURTLE POINT’S 2022 TITLES
(Solve for) X by Katharine Coles (JOAN Books)
The eighth collection by the former Utah Poet Laureate explores the X of gender and the unknown. Coles marries her fascination with science and nature with a probing sensibility that demonstrates the poet’s mind at work and at play. Ships in early APRIL.
Digging to Wonderland: Memory Pieces by David Trinidad
David Trinidad digs into his 1960s Southern California upbringing in the shadow of Hollywood, his fascination with memorabilia, the mysteries of his family history, and the curious corners of his life as a writer. Ships in early APRIL.
Droll Tales by Iris Smyles
In fourteen witty, surreal, and wildly original interrelated stories, “eccentric fabulist” Iris Smyles joyfully interrogates the paradoxes of life and language and gives us a new view of our world. Ships in late MAY.
The Lisbon Syndrome by Eduardo Sánchez Rugeles, translated by Paul Filev
Set in the near future, the sudden destruction of Lisbon becomes a metaphor for the bleak outlook facing young people in Caracas, home to many thousands of Portuguese. Sánchez Rugeles’s apocalyptic vision of Venezuela shows us the humanity behind the stark headlines. Ships in JUNE.
The Acrobat by Edward J. Delaney
The Acrobat offers a new perspective on the world’s most famous leading man through a fictional account of the life of Cary Grant. Launching from his journeys of self-exploration through LSD therapy, the novel looks at his difficult beginnings, his relationships, and the pinnacle of his success. Ships in OCTOBER.
Again, the Dawn: New and Selected Poems by Grace Schulman
From the essential poet and national treasure, Frost Medal winner Grace Schulman, a generous array of new work along with a selection of her finest poems spanning five decades. Ships in NOVEMBER.
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