An unexpected, poignant, and personal account of loving and losing pets, exploring the singular bonds we have with our companion animals, and how to grieve them once they’ve passed.
“This tragicomic novel is heartfelt, touching, and delightfully quirky. You’ll fall in love with the offbeat cast of characters (both living and dead) and find yourself rooting for them right through the last page.”—Good Housekeeping (Book Club pick)
People Magazine Book of the Week
A Best Book of the Year at Kirkus Reviews, Book Riot, The Chicago Review of Books, Minnesota Public Radio, and more
An Indies Introduce and Indie Next Pick
My Share of the Body, Devon Capizzi's debut story collection, explores loss and the cost of coming of age. A young boy learns the pangs and trials of first crushes, baseball, and adolescent heartbreak. Childhood best friends embark on a pilgrimage to Pennsylvania caverns, searching for redemption.
The Southern Review of Books's "Best Southern Books of April 2021"
Punk-rock feminist poems exploring motherhood, pop culture, and resistance with a spirit of defiance, abundance, and irreverent joy
Described by some as "erotica for feminists," and "enemy to family values," DeColo's poems convulse with desire and a longing for connection. Her work speaks to the particular loneliness of watching Fox News after you've masturbated too many times, depleted and filled with fascination and terror.
An unconventional blend of memoir, art history, and social criticism which manages to be funny, moving, and controversial all at the same time.