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Dzanc Books is a literary nonprofit press out of Ann Arbor Michigan that publishes literary fiction and nonfiction and hosts the literary journal The Collagist.

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March Titles From Dzanc!

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Dzanc has an exciting group of titles out this month. From debut to legendary, there is something on this list for everyone.

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Robert Coover's The Brunist Day of Wrath

Nearly 50 years in the making, the long awaited sequel to Coover's winning The Origin of the Brunist continues the legend of West Condon. This scathing indictment of fundamentalism, publishes April 1st.

"Coover is still a brilliant mythmaker, a potty-mouthed Svengali, and an evil technician of metaphors. He is among our language's most important inventors." —Ben Marcus

 

Kim Church's Byrd

Told through sharply drawn vignettes and Addie’s letters to her son, Byrd is an unforgettable story about making and living with the most difficult, intimate, and far-reaching of choices.

“Brilliant writing—lively and heartbreaking at every turn.”– Jill McCorkleNew York Times bestselling author of Life After Life

 

Stephen Graham Jones' Not For Nothing

A novel written in second person. The town is Stanton, Texas, population three thousand; the private investigator is disgraced Midland homicide detective Nicholas Bruiseman, who's so down on his luck that he's forced to take a job as a live-in security guard for the town's lone storage facility. This is his new life—starting over with nothing in the town he grew up in.

 

"My hat is off to Stephen Graham Jones, because he is the kind of author that makes the frustrated writer inside every book reviewer cringe with self-doubt."—PopMatters