Michael Landweber

Michael Landweber is the author of the novel, We.  His short stories have appeared in a variety of places, including Gargoyle, Fourteen Hills, Fugue, American Literary Review, Barrelhouse and Ardor.  He is an Associate Editor at the Potomac Review and a contributor to Pop Matters.  Landweber lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two children. 
He can be contacted through his website at mikelandweber.com.


26 entries by Michael Landweber

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Full Throttle

By Joe Hill

Spanning different parts of the horror spectrum, this collection is worth a read.

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Spanning different parts of the horror spectrum, this collection is worth a read.

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Championing the little guys with bear-like ferocity.

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Valerie: A Novel

By Sara Stridsberg; translated by Deborah Bragan-Turner

There's no closure in this fictionalized account of a real-life tragic figure.

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Bringing genre-defying works to the reading public

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When intruders invade a New England idyll, the future of mankind hangs in the balance.

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Conjuring a post-capitalist world one title at a time.

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An Indian mother journeys to the U.S. in search of her possibly deceased son.

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When intruders invade a New England idyll, the future of mankind hangs in the balance.

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Don’t Wait to Be Called

By Jacob R. Weber

In this moving collection, the experiences of hardworking, frustrated Americans are set up beside — not against — refugee trauma.

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This California indie has a decidedly foodie bent.

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Casting off the chains of “genre” one release at a time

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The Texas newcomer seeks quality over quantity.

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Rose Metal Press embraces all things hybrid

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Tapping into Stillhouse Press' craft titles

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This indie imprint owes its existence to a bar in the desert.

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Pulling back the curtain on DC-based Barrelhouse Books

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All Involved: A Novel

By Ryan Gattis

Despite spare, evocative writing, this novel lacks a narrative core.

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An Arlington, VA-based publisher with a soft spot for translations.

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There's no such thing as "too quirky" for this small publisher.

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This small DC-based press thinks really, really big.

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Wonderkid

Wesley Stace

An entertaining novel combining the story of a rock ‘n’ roll band that plays for children with the tale of an unconventional family.

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On Such a Full Sea: A Novel

By Chang-Rae Lee

A dystopian view of America 200 years down the road poses questions of what’s meant by freedom and security.

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Scissors

By Stephane Michaka; translated by John Cullen

This fictional telling of Raymond Carver’s last years hews too close to reality.