Author signing times, featured galleys, party details
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Soho is headed to Philly for ALA Midwinter and, as usual, we're bringing teetering mountains of galleys and some of our favorite authors along for the ride. Here's an early look at what to expect from the most swag-laden, author signing-est press in indie publishing. And if you can't make it to Midwinter don't fret. All of these titles are available for request on Edelweiss and NetGalley.
Also, come to our AAP Book Buzz at Free Library of Philadelphia (1901 Vine Street) on Thursday, January 23 @ 11:50 am (Teen) or 3:05 pm (Adult) to get an early looks at our biggest titles of 2014 and snag our most coveted galleys. If you have any questions, ask us!
Seriously, last thing.... If there's a book (even if it's not a Soho book) you're excited about, make sure to nominate it through the Library Reads program. Any public library staff member can do it

JULY 2014



Soho Crime | Hardcover | 9781616954291
"Junior Bender is today’s Los Angeles as Raymond Chandler might have written it. Tim [Hallinan] is a master at tossing out the kind of hard-boiled lines that I wish I thought of first."—Bruce DeSilva, Macavity & Edgar Award-winning author of Rogue Island
Wisecracking LA burglar Junior Bender has the rug pulled out from under him when he learns his burglar mentor has been murdered in this dark, side-splittingly funny new installment in the critic and fan-favorite series.

Meet Timothy Hallinan Sunday @ 10:00 am
Soho Press Booth 847


See Tim Compete on Literary Family Feud Sunday @ 3:00 pm

Timothy Hallinan is the Edgar- and Macavity-nominated author of thirteen widely praised books, including The Fear Artist, Crashed, Little Elvises, and The Fame Thief. After years of working in Hollywood, television, and the music industry, he now writes fulltime. He divides his time between California and Thailand.

MAY 2014



Soho Crime | Hardcover | 9781616952686
With the critically acclaimed "Station Series" now complete, master spy fiction author David Downing launches a meticulously crafted new series set at the dawn of espionage. It is 1913 and globe-trotting luxury car salesman Jack McColl is putting his military background and ear for languages to work for the fledgling Royal Navy intelligence services. The world is on the brink of calamity, as Germany and Europe inch closer to the First World War, and Jack's sporting interest in spycraft soon becomes a deadly game of cat and mouse with profound strategic implications. Set in Shanghai, San Francisco, New York, Tampico and Dublin, and with a complex set of players—ranging from Indian, Mexican, and Irish independence factions to the Kaiser's most deadly agents—Jack of Spies marks the beginning of Downing's masterpiece.


Get 'em while while we got 'em

David Downing grew up in suburban London. He is the author of six books in the John Russell espionage series, set in WWII Berlin: Zoo Station, Silesian Station, Stettin Station, Potsdam Station, Lehrter Station, and Masaryk Station. He lives with his wife, an American acupuncturist, in Guildford, England.

MAY 2014



Soho Press | Hardcover | 9781616953096
From the author of Nine Months and Baby comes a daring new collection that seethes with alienation, lust and rage. Bomer takes us from hospitals, halfway houses, and alleyways, to boarding schools and Park Avenue penthouses, exploring the complex relationships girls have with their bodies, with other girls, and with boys. The title novella tracks the ins and outs of an outsider’s life: her childhood obesity and kinky sex life, her toxic relationships, whether familial or erotic, and her various disappearing acts, of body and mind.

Meet Paula Bomer Saturday @ 3:00 pm
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Paula Bomer is the author of a novel, Nine Months (Soho Press), and a story collection, Baby (Word Riot Press). Her writing has appeared in The Mississippi Review, Open City, Fiction, Nerve, and Best American Erotica. She is the publisher of Sententia Books and a contributor to the literary blog, Big Other. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children.

MARCH 2014



Soho Teen | Hardcover | 9781616953225
“That special kind of story that manages to be both morbid and sweet. It's romantic, it's gruesome and you won't want it to end. Two severed thumbs up.”
—Kendare Blake, author of Anna Dressed in Blood
Liv Bloom lands an art scholarship at the prestigious Wickham Hall, her ticket out of the foster system. There, she meets Malcolm Astor, fellow artist and scion of one of the school’s original families. He sweeps her off her feet... but her hard-earned bliss is cut short when she’s viciously murdered. In death, Liv has to find the one person who can connect her—and the other ghosts of Wickham—to the living and fight to expose the terrible truth that haunts the halls of Wickham.

Meet Amy Talkington Sunday @ 11:30 am
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Amy Talkington is an award-winning screenwriter and director living in Los Angeles. She has written about music for magazines like Spin, Ray Gun, Interview, and Seventeen (mostly just as a way to get to hang out with rock stars). As a teenager in Dallas, Texas, Amy painted lots of angsty self-portraits, listened to The Velvet Underground and was difficult enough that her parents finally let her go to boarding school. Liv, Forever is her first novel.

MARCH 2014



Soho Crime | Hardcover | 9781616952846

June, 1998: Paris's sticky summer heat is even more oppressive than usual as rowdy French football fans riot in anticipation of the World Cup. Private Investigator Aimée Leduc has been trying to slow down her hectic lifestyle—she's five months' pregnant and has the baby's wellbeing to think about now. But then disaster strikes close to home. A serial rapist has been terrorizing Paris's Pigalle neighborhood, following teenage girls home and attacking them in their own houses. It is sad and frightening but has nothing to do with Aimée—until Zazie, the 13-year-old daughter of the proprietor of Aimée's favorite café, disappears. The police aren't mobilizing quickly enough, and when Zazie's desperate parents approach Aimée for help, she knows she couldn't say no even if she wanted to.

Meet Cara Black Saturday @ 10:00 am
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Cara Black is the author of fourteen books in the New York Times bestselling Aimée Leduc series. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and son and visits Paris frequently.

APRIL 2014



Soho Press | Hardcover | 9781616953362
“A book of almost spooky clarity and relentless compassion... Universal, and ridiculously readable.”
—Darin Strauss, author of Half a Life

Sean Madigan Hoen’s unflinching debut memoir plunges readers into the Detroit hardcore scene and tells the  story of his family’s shocking disintegration, his band (Thoughts of Ionesco), and the music that saved his life. By turns poignant and brutal, Hoen’s story of young manhood marks the arrival of a fiercely original voice reminiscent of Nick Flynn's Another Bullshit Night in Suck City and Tobias Wolff's In Pharaoh's Army.

Meet Sean Hoen Saturday @ 11:30 am
Soho Press Booth 847

Sean Madigan Hoen was raised in Dearborn, Michigan and spent his young adulthood touring and recording in several Detroit-based music groups, including Thoughts of Ionesco, The Holy Fire and Leaving Rouge. His fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including BOMB Magazine, where he was awarded the 2011 Fiction Award. He has taught creative writing at Columbia University and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. Songs Only You Know: A Memoir is his first book.

APRIL 2014



Soho Crime | Hardcover | 9781616953515

When the body of an unidentified Asian man is found in the Harlem River, NYPD Detective Jack Yu is pulled in to investigate. The murder takes Jack from the benevolent associations of Chinatown to the take-out restaurants, strip clubs, and underground gambling establishments of the Bronx, to a wealthy, exclusive New Jersey borough. It's a world of secrets and unclear allegiances, of Chinatown street gangs and major Triad players. With the help of an elderly fortune teller and an old friend, the unpredictable Billy Bow, Jack races to solve his most difficult case yet.

Meet Henry Chang Saturday @ 2:00 pm
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Henry Chang was born and raised in New York's Chinatown, where he still lives. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute and CCNY. He is the author of Chinatown Beat and Year of the Dog, also in the Detective Jack Yu series.
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