Greta & Valdin by Rebecca Reilly: International best-seller in New Zealand, this sibling story explores queerness, multi-racial identity, and family dramas, set to release in the U.S. in February.
Splinters by Leslie Jamison: Comparisons to literary greats like Joan Didion and Susan Sontag, Leslie Jamison's memoir "Splinters" delves into life after divorce, motherhood, art, and new love, scheduled for release in February.
Wandering Stars by Tommy Orange: Pulitzer Prize-finalist Tommy Orange's follow-up to "There There," "Wandering Stars" traces the interconnected stories of three generations of a Native American family, exploring the impact of historical violence, set for release.
There’s Always This Year by Hanif Abdurraqib: Basketball-centric memoir reflecting on success, role models, and the golden era of the game in the 1990s, authored by the National Book Award finalist, set to release in March.
You Like It Darker by Steven King: Stephen King's upcoming release in May, "You Like It Darker," offers a collection of 12 classic horror stories, promising dark twists and unexpected turns.
Margo's Got Money Troubles by Rufi Thorpe: A24 film adaptation in the works, Rufi Thorpe's June release, "Margo's Got Money Troubles," follows Margo Millet's story of college, pregnancy, and a plan involving an OnlyFans account.
Rebel Girl by Kathleen Hanna: Memoir by Kathleen Hanna, front woman of iconic punk bands, including Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, and Julie Ruin, set to release in May, offering insights into her life, career, and battle with Lyme disease.