Most Anticipated October 2019 Books

Leah Angstman
Oct 8, 2019 · 10 min read
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The Coil dishes the best new books to read this month. Fiction, memoir, history, crime, politics, & poetry for our tough times.

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Image: Okay Donkey.
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Image: Turner Publishing Company.
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Image: Polis Books.
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Image: Graydon House.
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Image: 8th House Publishing.
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Image: FSG Originals.
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Image: Ecco.
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Image: William Morrow Paperbacks.
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Image: Sarabande Books.
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Image: Homebound Publications.
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Image: Red Hen Press.
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Image: Rose Metal Press.
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Image: Write Bloody.
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Image: Haymarket Books.
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Image: Grove Hardcover.
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Image: Rowman & Littlefield.
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Image: Civil Coping Mechanisms.
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Image: Tin House Books.
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Image: Simon & Schuster.
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Image: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
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Image: Penguin Press.
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Image: Riverhead Books.
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Image: Seal Press.
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Image: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
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Image: Titan Books.
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Image: Ecco.
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Image: Tor.
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Image: Ace.
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Image: Random House.
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Image: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
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Image: Custom House.
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Image: Random House.
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Image: Random House.
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Image: Little, Brown, and Co.
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Image: Little, Brown, and Co.
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Image: Dey Street Books.
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Image: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
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Image: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
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Image: Atria.
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Image: Dutton Caliber.
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Image: Penguin Press.
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Image: Crown.
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Image: W. W. Norton.
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Image: Sourcebooks.
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LEAH ANGSTMAN serves as editor-in-chief for Alternating Current Press and The Coil magazine, a reviewer for Publishers Weekly, and a former proofreader for Pacific Standard. Her work has appeared in Los Angeles Review of Books, The Rumpus, Tupelo Quarterly, Electric Literature, Slice Magazine, Pacific Standard, and elsewhere. Find her at her website.

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Leah Angstman

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Transplanted Midwesterner; EIC of Alternating Current Press; reviewer at Publishers Wkly; CNF & fiction writer and poet. Find her at http://leahangstman.com.

The Coil

The Coil

Literature to change your lightbulb.

Leah Angstman

Written by

Transplanted Midwesterner; EIC of Alternating Current Press; reviewer at Publishers Wkly; CNF & fiction writer and poet. Find her at http://leahangstman.com.

The Coil

The Coil

Literature to change your lightbulb.

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