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Launchpad: REVERY, by Jenna Butler

by Kerry Clare

"This is smart and sensitive writing; Revery makes me ache for Jenna and for all of us. But it soothes me too—acknowledging how difficult life is and …

Launchpad: SONGS FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, by Saleema Nawaz

by Kerry Clare

"I have had such a hard time reading books during quarantine, but this one brought me back to the beauty of the written word by reminding me of the unique …

Launchpad: knot body, by Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch

by Kerry Clare

"Readers may sit and ruminate on the sharp and sensual inquiry offered by each individual letter, or read cover-to-cover and be present to the gorgeously-engaged, …

Launchpad: LOSS LAKE, by Amber Cowie

by Kerry Clare

"Sentence by gorgeous sentence, Cowie reveals an intricately woven, powerful plot, unveiling the depths of the characters and their lies. A magnificent …


by Kerry Clare

"This novel the cold shoulder to the dominant gaze and its demands to control the Asian body, carving out a thrilling space beyond whiteness. …

Launchpad: FOUR UMBRELLAS, by June Hutton and Tony Wanless

by Kerry Clare

"Our goal from the outset was to write a book in which the person with Alzheimer’s has a place on the page, too."

Launchpad: WHY BIRDS SING, by Nina Berkhout

by Kerry Clare

"Berkhout writes with an uncommon compassion and an uncanny understanding of what it means to be human." —Amy Jones

Launchpad: AFTER ELIAS, by Eddy Boudel Tan

by Kerry Clare

"After Elias gifts the reader with gorgeous, economic prose and the pace of a thriller. I couldn't put it down." —Natalie Jenner

Launchpad: HOW TO LOSE EVERYTHING, by Christa Couture

by Kerry Clare

"This might be the wisest, most delightful sad story that you've ever read in your life."

Launchpad: HAPPY HOUR, by Marlowe Granados

by Kerry Clare

"Funny and complex, Happy Hour is not just a coming-of-age romp, but a loving exploration of young womanhood, of the ways we carry our pasts and identities …

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