Sibling tale exploring queerness, multi-racial identity, and family dramas, compared to Schitt's Creek and Sally Rooney's Normal People, releasing in the U.S. in February.
Leslie Jamison's debut memoir, likened to Joan Didion and Susan Sontag, delves into life post-divorce, motherhood, art, and new love, set to release in February.
Pulitzer Prize-finalist Tommy Orange's follow-up to There There, "Wandering Stars," traces the interconnected stories of a Native American family, connecting back to historical events, set to captivate readers.
Stephen King's upcoming horror collection, "You Like It Darker," features 12 stories exploring psychic flashes, unexpected inheritances, and dark twists, appealing to classic horror enthusiasts, set to release in May.
A24 film adaptation-bound release in June, "Margo's Got Money Troubles" by Rufi Thorpe follows Margo Millet's intriguing journey involving junior college, an affair, pregnancy, and an OnlyFans venture.
YA mystery novel by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé, author of Ace of Spades, unveils dark secrets at a prestigious boarding school as the new girl, releasing in March.
Memoir by punk icon Kathleen Hanna, frontwoman of Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, and Julie Ruin, offering insights into her life, battles, and triumphs, set to release in May.