SEAN ASHTON — The Way to Work
Have you ever boarded your morning commute and wished you’d never arrive at your destination? That is what happens to the protagonist of The Way to Work. Having boarded what he assumes to be his usual 8:08 service, he soon discovers that all is not as it first seemed.
CHRIS PARKER — Nameless Lake
Nameless Lake is about the unspoken pressures of gender and desire, told through the shifting dynamics of a lifelong friendship. Emma and Madryn grow up with dreams of escaping their seaside hometown, sustained by an obsession with photography and secret acts of vandalism.
TONY WILLIAMS — Cole the Magnificent
Comic, grotesque, lyrical, and immensely readable, Williams’s picaresque medieval fantasy is a reader’s delight. A sweeping yarn through the dark ages filled with rogues, lovers, murderers, witchcraft, failed promise, wisdom and regret.