"And for God's sake, don't let me ever hear you say, 'I can't read fiction. I only have time for the truth.' Fiction is the truth, fool! Ever hear of 'literature'? That means fiction too, stupid." -John Waters

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  1. Might #11

    Might Magazine #11


    Issues / Indolence / Intrigue Learn More
  2. Might #13

    Might Magazine #13


    Vindicated At Last! Learn More
  3. Might #14

    Might Magazine #14


    Issues / Intrigue / Insensitivity Learn More
  4. Might #4

    Might Magazine #4


    Funny Peculiar, Funny Ha Ha. Learn More
  5. Might #5

    Might Magazine #5


    The Future! Here To Stay! Learn More
  6. Might #6

    Might Magazine #6


    The New New Age. Learn More
  7. Might #7

    Might Magazine #7


    For The Love Of Cheese. Learn More
  8. Misadventure (tpb)



    Jack Hopkins, an ill-fated real-estate agent with an unhappy past, doesn’t like what he does for a living. Learn More
  9. Mission Street Food

    Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas from an Improbable Restaurant


    Mission Street Food is a restaurant. But it’s also a charitable organization, a taco truck, a burger stand, and a clubhouse for inventive cooks tucked inside an unassuming Chinese take-out place. In all its various incarnations, it upends traditional restaurant conventions, in search of moral and culinary satisfaction. Learn More
  10. More Baths Less Talking

    More Baths Less Talking: Notes from the Reading Life of a Celebrated Author Locked in Battle with Football, Family, and Time Itself


    "Read what you enjoy, not what bores you," Nick Hornby tells us. That simple, liberating, and indispensable directive animates each installment of the celebrated critic and author’s monthly column in the Believer. In this delightful and never-musty tour of his reading life, Hornby tells us not just what to read, but how to read. Learn More
  11. More Curious

    More Curious


    In More Curious, Sean Wilsey travels across the U.S., from the launchpad at Cape Canaveral, to the isolated artists' enclave of Marfa, Texas, to the boardrooms and ballrooms of post–9/11 New York City. Learn More
  12. More Things Like This

    More Things Like This


    Curated by the editors of McSweeney's, this unconventional book explores the intersection of text, humor, and illustration in art created by cartoonists, writers, musicians, and fine artists. Learn More
  13. Morning in Serra Mattu

    Morning in Serra Mattu: A Nubian Ode


    A mosaic of interrelated stories exploding with personality, myth, and geohistorical weight, Morning in Serra Mattu is a profound, joyful meditation on life in modern Sudan. Learn More
  14. Mountain Man Dance Moves

    Mountain Man Dance Moves


    If a mountain man felt compelled to dance, how would he do it? If koala bears could talk, what would they say? And what's the right pickup line, if you're a necrophiliac? (Maybe 'I'm pretty sure I'm not going to get you pregnant.') Learn More
  15. Mr. Gwyn

    Mr. Gwyn


    After celebrated author Jasper Gwyn suddenly and publicly announces that he will never write another book, he embarks on a strange new career path as a “copyist,” holding thirty-day sittings in a meticulously appointed room and producing, at the end, brief but profoundly rich portraits in prose. Learn More
  16. My Documents

    My Documents


    My Documents is the latest work from Alejandro Zambra, the award-winning Chilean writer whose first novel was heralded as the dawn of a new era in Chilean literature, and described by Junot Díaz as “a total knockout.” Learn More
  17. The Night Riders

    Night Riders


    In Matt Furie’s glorious debut, a nocturnal frog and rat awake at midnight, share a salad of lettuce and bugs, and strike out on an epic dirtbike adventure toward the sunrise. Learn More
  18. Notebook Of Nothings

    Notebook of Nothings


    What do you see in a blank page? Learn More
  19. Nowhere to Be Home

    Nowhere to Be Home: Narratives From Survivors of Burma's Military Regime


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    Decades of military oppression in Burma have led to the systematic destruction of thousands of ethnic minority villages, a standing army with one of the world’s highest number of child soldiers, and the displacement of millions of people. Learn More
  20. Of Lamb

    Of Lamb


    Lamb and Mary were alike. Unbalanced. Flat-footed. High-strung. This is their story like you’ve never heard it—the tale of a loopy shepherdess and a depressive farm animal. Learn More
  21. One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses

    One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses


    Lucy Corin’s dazzling new collection is powered by one hundred apocalypses: a series of short stories, many only a few lines, that illuminate moments of vexation and crisis, revelations and revolutions. Learn More
  22. Open the Door

    Open the Door: How to Excite Young People about Poetry


    This one-of-a-kind mixture of essays, interviews, and lesson plans gathers the best thinking about how we can impart the value and joy of poetry to kids. Learn More
  23. Painted Cities

    Painted Cities


    To those outside it, Pilsen is a vast barrio on the south side of Chicago. Learn More
  24. The Parallel Apartments

    Parallel Apartments


    Justine Moppett is 34, pregnant, and fleeing an abusive relationship in New York to dig up an even more traumatic childhood in Austin. Learn More
  25. The Pharmacist's Mate and 8

    Pharmacist's Mate and 8


    Amy Fusselman's first two books, The Pharmacist's Mate and 8, weave surprising beauty out of diverse strands of personal reflection. Learn More

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