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Dzanc Books is nonprofit press specializing in literary fiction and nonfiction. In addition to publishing activities, Dzanc Books also supports the Disquiet International Literary Program.

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The Start of the Story

Guy Intoci

Narrated by a chorus of sharp-witted cockroaches, The Wonder That Was Ours, follows Wynston Cleave, a taxi driver on a small Caribbean island torn apart by riots and devastating violence. Alice Hatcher's debut, winner of last year's Dzanc Prize for Fiction, hits shelves on September 4. Read an excerpt of the first chapter here.

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The Story of Infidelity

Guy Intoci

Ann Pearlman shares her story of the ups and downs of publishing her memoir, Infidelity, first published by MacAdam/Cage in 2000. The paperback edition of this powerful memoir will be released on August 14.

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On the Road: An Excerpt from THE LOST COUNTRY

Guy Intoci

After ten years of anticipation, Dzanc is thrilled to be publishing William Gay’s posthumous Southern Gothic masterpiece, The Lost Country, which tells the story of Billy Edgewater, a drifter and a harbinger of bad luck, who navigates the rural Tennessee back roads - rife with bootleggers, vagrants, rabblerousers, and scoundrels of all varieties - as he makes his slow way home.

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A Spirit of Inquiry: Spotlight on Books and Mortar

Guy Intoci

This month, as part of its ongoing series honoring independent bookstores, Dzanc focused on Books and Mortar, a living, breathing, fiercely independent store devoted to filling the indie bookstore niche in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Click below for an interview with Christopher Roe, one of the store's founders. 

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