New Yorker Notables

SEVEN New Directions made it onto the New Yorker’s Best Books of 2022 list.

Together they make one serious stack of fiction and the perfect gift (even if it’s for yourself).

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Kick the Latch, Kathryn Scanlan
The Wall, Marlen Haushofer
Chinatown, Thuân
Paradais, Fernanda Melchor
Lucky Breaks, Yevgenia Belorusets
Scattered All Over the Earth, Yoko Tawada
Cold Enough for Snow, Jessica Au

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Cold Enough For Snow Winner of the inaugural Novel Prize, an elegant and subtle exploration of the mysteries of our relationships to others
Scattered All Over the Earth A mind-expanding, cheerfully dystopian new novel by Yoko Tawada, winner of the 2022 National Book Award
Lucky Breaks Powerful, off-beat stories about women living in the shadow of the now-frozen, now-thawing war in Ukraine
Paradais Author of the acclaimed novel Hurricane Season, Fernanda Melchor leads us into a different kind of hell: paradise
The Wall A haunting feminist sci-fi masterpiece and international bestseller that is “as absorbing as Robinson Crusoe” (Doris Lessing)
Chinatown An exquisite and intense journey through the labyrinths of Hanoi, Leningrad, and Paris—through dreams, memory, and loss
Kick the Latch About one woman’s fine, hard life at the racetrack, Kick the Latch–with its ruthless concision and artful mysteries–is lightning in a bottle