1903—The child bears a birthmark known in Low German as Tieja Kjoaw, the Tiger’s Scar. The mark portends greatness or tragedy.
Foxhead Books chose Paul Kerschen's story collection, The Drowned Library, to announce its arrival on the publishing scene for two reasons: Kerschen's collection is stunning and he's one of his generation's best writers.
"The Same Terrible Storm introduces us to a fierce and lyrical writer who, in his depiction of contemporary Appalachian life, is equal parts uncompromising and compassionate..." --K.L. Cook
Julie Innis' Three Squares a Day with Occasional Torture takes us from serial killers to amorous insects. And you're going to like it. Get full up, here.
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