Announcing LitFic Collection #2

complete litfic#2 collection from iambik audioDearest Listeners,

We’re happy to announce another pride-inducing collection of twelve audiobooks from iambik audio, this time more great literary fiction.  You can buy the whole collection of twelve books for $49.99, or individual books for $6.99… actually, less! Using the code “our-favorite-customers” you’ll get a 25% discount on any purchase until the end of April.

Here is our list:

One Vacant Chair, by Joe Coomer
narrated by Lee Ann Howlett / print publisher Graywolf Press
“Try reading two pages without a chuckle, and I guarantee you’ll be the first to make it.”
—The Sanford Herald

Light Lifting, by Alexander MacLeod
narrated by Adam Verner, / print publisher  Biblioasis
“Sensitive and subtle, MacLeod is a writer through whose deliberately partial and quotidian pieces shimmers life’s unspoken complexity.” –Giller Prize Citation

The Journal of Antonio Montoya, by Rick Collignon
narrated by Linette Geisel / print publisher Unbridled Books
“Strongly reminiscent of the magic realism of Garcia Marquez, this is an enchanting work by a new writer.”
— Library Journal

Alcestis, by Katharine Beutner
narrated by Diane Havens / print publisher Soho Press
“Beutner renders her multilayered heroine with beauty and delicacy, and concerns herself with no less than the intricacies of the soul…”—Publishers Weekly

The Cry of the Sloth, by Sam Savage
narrated by Charles Bice / print publisher Coffee House Press
“Delightful . . . Imagine a comic version of the great Fernando Pessoa’s The Book of the Disquiet in epistolary form, with extra laceration.”

The Failure, by James Greer
narrated by Tadhg Hynes / print publisher Akashic Books
“James Greer’s The Failure is such an unqualified success, both in conception and execution, that I have grave doubts he actually wrote it.”
–Steven Soderbergh

Madewell Brown, by Rick Collignon
narrated by Charles Bice / print publisher Unbridled Books
“Collignon’s writing is exquisite and his characters will touch your heart.”
-–Bookworks, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Perdido, by Rick Collignon
narrated by Charles Bice / print publisher Unbridled Books
“Collignon’s male characters are masterfully drawn, as is his rendering of the stark New Mexico landscape, with its harsh unforgiving climate.” — The San Diego Union-Tribune

A Santo in the Image of Cristóbal García, by Rick Collignon
narrated by Charles Bice / print publisher Unbridled Books
“Dreamlike and melancholy…a worthy read.”
–Publishers Weekly

Pulpy and Midge, by Jessica Westead
narrated by Phil Chenevert / print publisher Coach House Books
“A hilariously deadpan, wincingly funny take on one office innocent’s workplace coming-of-age.”
–- Lynn Coady

Migration Songs, by Anna Quon
narrated by Elizabeth Klett / print publisher Invisible Publishing
“An engaging tale, peppered with memorable scenes and lovingly drawn characters.”
— Quill & Quire

Kahn & Engelmann, by Hans Eichner
narrated by Charles Bice / print publisher Biblioasis
“Eichner’s amazingly, beautiful, word paintings radiate throughout the pages.” –Rayna Eliana

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