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Coach House Books vs. The Fall
This Fall we are an uppercut above the rest with a catalogue that is punching above its weight. Lace up your gloves on October 6 and get rrrready to rrrrumble with our new books!
ARDOUR, by reigning champ of verse NICOLE BROSSARD, leaves us breathless with this collection thats translated by ANGELA CARR.
COUNTRY CLUB, poetry by ANDY MCGUIRE, is a swaggering beast with a palm-treed soul. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/country-club]
GUANO, a novel written by LOUIS CARMAIN and translated by RHONDA MULLINS, is a born winner, a sardonic tale of love, war and fertilizer. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/guano]
MEN OF ACTION is nonfiction by HOWARD AKLER that will get inside your head, delivering jab after jab of thoughtful reflections on consciousness and patrimony.
MISSION CREEP, poetry by JOSHUA TROTTER, enters with the fire of apocalyptic prophecy and melts on the tongue like the last snowflake of winter. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/mission-creep]
PILLOW, a novel by ANDREW BATTERSHILL, does some fancy footwork in this playful literary debut. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/pillow]
THE MURDER OF HALLAND a novel by PIA JUUL translated by MARTIN AITKEN, hits hard, reimagining the crime novel and kayoing expectations. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/murder-halland]
THE XENOTEXT: BOOK 1, poetry by CHRISTIAN BK, is a real contender. Enciphered in a bacterium, The Xenotext is the world's first living poem. [https://www.chbooks.com/catalogue/xenotext-book-1]