he considered his best work. The collection
was censored and never appeared as originally conceived—until now. The Prank is
the first appearance of this collection in any
language and includes two stories never
published in English.
Night at the Fiestas by Kristin Valdez
Quade (Mar., hardcover, $25.95, ISBN
978-0-393-24298-0). Winner of a “ 5
Under 35” award, Quade sets her debut
collection of stories in northern New Mexico, a place shaped by love, loss, and violence.
The Physics of Sorrow by Georgi
Gospodinov, trans. by Angela Rodel (Apr.
14, paper, $14.95, ISBN 978-1-940953-
09-0). Shortlisted for prizes around the
world, Gospodinov’s thrilling novel is
about physics, myths, and the power of
The Travels of Daniel Ascher by
Déborah Lévy-Bertherat, trans. by Adriana
Hunter (May 26, hardcover, $22.95, ISBN
978-1-59051-707-9). A sensation in
France, this novel is a story about literary
deceptions, family secrets, and a thrilling
quest for the truth. As the authorship of a
popular book series is questioned, the story
explores the true nature of fiction: is it a
refuge, a lie, or a stand-in for mourning?
15,000-copy announced first printing.
The Captive Condition by Kevin P.
Keating (July 7, hardcover, $24, ISBN 978-
0-8041-6928-8). An idyllic Midwestern
college town turns out to be a nexus of horror in this emotionally and psychologically
complex, chilling and deliciously dark tale.
Emma: A Modern Retelling by Alex-
The Familiar: One Rainy Day in May
ander McCall Smith (Apr. 7, hardcover,
$25.95, ISBN 978-0-8041-9795-3). The
bestselling author of the No. 1 Ladies
Detective Agency series gives us his take on
Jane Austen with this modern-day Emma.
by Mark Z. Danielewski (May 12, paper,
$25, ISBN 978-0-375-71494-8). In the latest from the author of House of Leaves, a
12-year-old girl sets out to get a dog, only
to find a different kind of creature that will
alter her life and threaten the world we think
we know and the future we take for granted.
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The Listener by Rachel Basch (Mar. 15,
hardcover, $24.95, ISBN 978-1-60598-
688-3) is a wise and witty novel about the
challenges to identity that arise in both
adolescence and middle age—and of the
college freshman and school psychologist
who may have the power to save each other.
I Am Radar by Reif Larsen (Feb. 24,
hardcover, $29.95, ISBN 978-1-59420-
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