Book List in Order:10 titles

  • Oryx & Crake meets Douglas Coupland. An unforgettable vision of the future of America.Years from now America finds itself split between the rich and the poor. The haves live in luxury within the small regions that remain unpolluted while the have-not...


  • 'What was the use of living in a porn film now, at her age?' pondered Peyton Amberg, alone in a glamorous Hong Kong hotel room. At twenty, when she could have pulled a film star, she'd had no sex drive at all. Then she - and her mother - had wanted l...


  • I was walking down the street and a homeless person on the corner yelled to me, 'Hey, honey - you having a bad hair day?' Welcome to the wonderful world of Tama Janowitz, New York's wittiest and deader than deadpan social scene chronicler. Littered w...


  • Maybe it's a mouse. Maybe it's a wombat. It may even be a walrus trying to escape from the refrigerator! As a mother and child wonder what each click, knock, and rattle in their house could possibly be, each guess gets wilder and wilder in this fanta...


  • When Florence Collins sets out for a weekend in the Hamptons, her life spirals into a disastrous series of mishaps that include an unwanted night-time visit from her friend's husband, the near drowning of their daughter, and her expulsion from the pr...


  • From the author of Slaves of New York and The Male Cross-Dresser Support Group, this satire in the all-too-rare genre of Evelyn Waugh's The Loved One tells a compelling story of the sex lives of people and invertebrates at the end of America's 20th c...


  • She's Pamela Trowel, a New Yorker, single and singular: holed up in her swampy basement apartment when she isn't peddling guns and ammo ads for Hunter's World magazine. Pamela attracts Manhattan's wrongest kind of men: the cinematographer-exhibition...








  • This collection of stories describes the life-styles of New York urbanites--young women, artists, an educated prositute--who find themselves sharing cramped Manhattan apartments and bobbing half-cheerfully, half-lost in the city...